Bullying isn't normal. It isn't just part of growing up. You don't have to suffer. Read on for instant advice on dealing with it.Read the full story ›
Former Leeds United player James Milner has been appointed the Chancellor of Leeds Children's University.
He took part in a training session and Q&A at Leeds Trinity University today.
If you have primary school age children you will no doubt be aware that the SATs exams begin this week.
But new data has revealed that more than half of children in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have admitted that they fear not getting a level 4 grade will affect their futures, prompting concerns about the stress on youngsters. Peter Bearne reports.
Children as young as 10 are smoking cigarettes, gorging on junk food and drinking energy drinks to prepare for their exams, research found.Read the full story ›
Thousands of children across our region will take their SAT examinations this week.
As the exams begin, a new report has said that over half of the year six pupils are feeling the pressure from teachers and worry that poor results will adversely affect their future.
A scout from Penistone has become the first in the UK to complete every badge.Read the full story ›
A school in Lincolnshire is to get new bollards in the shape of children - to try to make drivers slow down.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield University has been ranked fifth best in the world in a international students survey.Read the full story ›
Schoolchildren could face disruption before the end of the year after teachers voted for a post-election ballot on national strikes over education funding cuts. Delegates at the National Union of Teachers annual conference in Harrogate backed a resolution effectively giving the next government a six-month deadline to come up with a fresh plan to protect school spending, or face industrial action, including walkouts.
They warned that the looming funding cuts currently faced by schools and colleges will damage pupils' education, lead to job losses and hit teachers' pay, pensions and workload.
Caffeine and energy drinks should be classed as "legal highs" which negatively impact pupils' behaviour in schools, a teaching union warns.Read the full story ›