Jacinda Ardern: I don’t mind the interest in my pregnancy

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern talks exclusively to the BBC about how she'll juggle a baby with politics. *Featured images and content are taken from...

‘I had no choice but to be split from my sister’

Thousands of siblings in care have been split up by councils in England and Wales, new figures suggest. *Featured images and content are taken from...

Jacob says his school locked him away in a cupboard

Jacob recalls how he was repeatedly locked in a storage cupboard at school when he was five years old. *Featured images and content are taken...

Student loan repayment threshold rises

How a higher threshold for tuition fee loan repayments could save English and Welsh graduates cash. *Featured images and content are taken from the respective...

University of Hull beats Oxbridge in equality ranking

Analysis puts Hull top and Cambridge bottom for a balanced intake of rich and poor students *Featured images and content are taken from the respective...

When the kids hear

It is normal for parents to argue, but the way rows affect children varies greatly. *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source:...

'Sexually motivated' former Bury St Edmunds teacher struck off

A panel hears a teacher sent inappropriate messages to a pupil at a school where he previously worked. *Featured images and content are taken from...

Teaching boys that 'real men' would stop rape

A project in Kenya is teaching boys how to intervene to stop sexual violence *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source: BBC...

School bomb threats: Disgruntled Minecraft gamer ‘behind hoax’

Hundreds of schools in England were sent an email saying a bomb would be detonated on their grounds. *Featured images and content are taken from...

UK teacher wins global best teacher prize

The winning teacher warns of pupils' deprivation and calls for more support for the arts. *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source:...

England’s top school

Two of England's top schools are Muslim schools in Blackburn. What's their view on integration? *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source:...

Deal offered in university pensions row

Agreement is reached in the university pensions dispute - but it still has to be formally ratified. *Featured images and content are taken from the...

‘Poverty pay’

The academics facing job insecurity and poor pay at British universities *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source: BBC Education & Family...

Two more Scottish universities to offer teacher training

It is hoped the move to train students at two Edinburgh centres will help solve a recruitment crisis. *Featured images and content are taken from...

UK Snow: Bournemouth school dinners given to homeless

More than 1,500 meals were shared between eight charities after school closures due to the snow. *Featured images and content are taken from the respective...

Five things to know on school offer day

Pupils in England are receiving offers of a secondary school place. *Featured images and content are taken from the respective sites/sources Source: BBC Education & Family...

'Baby brain': Myth or reality?

"Four in five" women experience changes in memory and concentration during pregnancy, according to research by Deakin University, Australia.The study says that women experience...

Creative arts subjects in schools a child's 'human right'

The artist, Bob and Roberta Smith, says he's concerned arts subjects in schools in England are being squeezed out. It follows a BBC survey...

Frank Lampard told 5 live that he's worried about how social media changes his...

Former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard says he can 'sense a difference' in his two daughters - who are 12 and 10 -...
Tackling misogyny

Tackling misogyny

"I hear it so often now it just doesn't actually bother me, It's just part of everyday life, just a normal word." That is...
Thousands struggle to access childcare on glitchy website

Thousands struggle to access childcare on glitchy website

Thousands of parents in England are struggling to get subsidised childcare as they grapple with a glitchy website eight months after it was set...
Places deadline: Top tips on choosing a school

Places deadline: Top tips on choosing a school

Parents of rising-fives in England have until midnight tonight to apply for primary school places for their children. It can be a tense time,...
Dreaming big

Dreaming big

Fewer than one in 10 engineers in the UK are female - the lowest percentage in Europe, according to the Women's Engineering Society. Latvia,...
Fifty and childless

Fifty and childless

"What people don't realise is it's a form of bereavement. There were days I couldn't get out of bed. I just couldn't face the...

'How skipping helps good behaviour in schools'

Pete Thompson holds the record for the most crossovers with a rope in 60 seconds. 'How skipping helps good behaviour in schools' Source: Education & Family Pete...
Magician Dynamo surprises Hampshire youth club

Magician Dynamo surprises Hampshire youth club

World famous magician Dynamo surprised youngsters at a Hampshire youth club.He kicked off the evening at The King's Arms in Petersfield with a magic...
Jo Johnson: PM's ex-aide 'so wrong' about Justine Greening

Jo Johnson: PM's ex-aide 'so wrong' about Justine Greening

Theresa May's former adviser has sparked criticism for a newspaper article attacking ex-education secretary Justine Greening.Nick Timothy said Ms Greening - who quit in...
First-class honours for a quarter of UK graduates

First-class honours for a quarter of UK graduates

More than one in four UK students graduated from university with a first-class degree last year, data shows.The official figures from the Higher Education...
Driving away depression

Driving away depression

Jarlath McCreanor has had depression for 30 years. He was tired of people talking about the illness in whispers. So he took his little...
Restore lifetime tenancies to vulnerable tenants, say peers

Restore lifetime tenancies to vulnerable tenants, say peers

Ministers are being urged to give councils and housing associations back the right to offer lifetime tenancies to those they consider vulnerable.Peers are debating...
Male suicide: The sisters fighting for their dad

Male suicide: The sisters fighting for their dad

Emma and Toni's dad, Paul, took his own life in 2015.The sisters from Hartlepool said he had suffered with depression and was diagnosed with...
Damian Hinds is new education secretary

Damian Hinds is new education secretary

Damian Hinds has been announced as England's education secretary in the prime minister's cabinet reshuffle.He will replace Justine Greening, who is leaving the government.Ms...
Maria Caulfield: MP's new women's role sparks backlash

Maria Caulfield: MP's new women's role sparks backlash

Women's right groups have criticised Theresa May's decision to appoint an MP who opposed the decriminalisation of abortion to a role representing women.Maria Caulfield,...
Toby Young's appointment leaves new regulator 'in tatters', says Labour

Toby Young's appointment leaves new regulator 'in tatters', says Labour

Toby Young's appointment to the board of the new Office for Students has left the university regulator with its "credibility in tatters", says Dawn...
Iran bans English from being taught in primary schools

Iran bans English from being taught in primary schools

Iran has banned teaching the English language in primary schools, calling the subject a "cultural invasion".The education ministry "envisages strengthening Persian language skills and...
Educational support for deaf children 'in disarray'

Educational support for deaf children 'in disarray'

Support for the 45,000 deaf children in England is in "complete disarray" as staffing levels fail to match increased demand, a lobby group has...

Government plans 'English hubs' to boost child literacy

The government is to set up 35 "English hubs" across the country in an attempt to improve child literacy. The hubs are among a...

Unregistered Jewish schools prompt call for new laws

The government must act to help up to 1,500 ultra Orthodox Jewish boys going to unregistered schools in the London borough of Hackney, says...

More students found cheating in GCSE and A-level exams

More students are cheating in GCSE and A-level exams in England, with the number caught last summer up a quarter on the previous year,...

Waitrose bans sale of high-caffeine energy drinks to under-16s

Waitrose is to ban the sale of high-caffeine energy drinks to children aged under 16.The supermarket said customers buying drinks containing more than 150mg...

Starting again

After dropping out of university, for weeks Ben couldn't tell his dad the truth. He made a failed suicide attempt and barely left his...

The 16-year-old girl making motorsport history

Meet Logan Hannah, the 16-year-old girl from East Kilbride who has made F4 motor racing history.Logan is the first female to ever compete at...
Children 'addicted to social media likes'

Children 'addicted to social media likes'

Children need help to navigate social media once they leave primary school, England's children's commissioner says. Do young people agree? Children 'addicted to social media...

Toby Young regrets 'politically incorrect' comments

Toby Young says he regrets "politically incorrect" remarks he made in the past and should be judged on his actions in promoting social mobility...

Liberia's big school experiment

By David Laws Executive chairman, the Education Partnerships Group...

University job backlash because I'm a Tory – Toby Young

Writer Toby Young says his appointment to the board of a new higher education watchdog is being criticised largely because he is an "outspoken...

'Trojan Horse' school ruling hush 'exceptional'

A decision not to publish details of a tribunal involving a "Trojan Horse" school governor has been described as "exceptional".Tahir Alam was chairman of...
Brexit-supporting students getting abuse on campus

Brexit-supporting students getting abuse on campus

Three university students speak about how they have been treated on campus. Brexit-supporting students getting abuse on campus Source: Education & Family Three university students speak about...