One in four parents in the county admit to moving house just to get their children into their preferred schoolRead the full story ›
Researchers at the University of Leeds found that lunch boxes continued to be filled with high levels of saturated fats, sugars and salts.Read the full story ›
GCSE grades have fallen across the board but girls continue to outperform boys, according to this year's results.Read the full story ›
GCSE results for maths and English in Hull showed a marked improvement on last year.
Fifty-five per cent of students achieved at least a C in both subjects – up from 49 per cent last year.
Almost 20 per cent of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, up from 14 per cent.
Last year their was a rise in pupils getting Grades A to C but a fall in teenagers being awarded A* grades.Read the full story ›
The sister of Olympic bronze medal winner Nile Wilson has her own reason to celebrate after getting top grades in her A levels.Read the full story ›
While the number of top grades nationally fell, students in our region achieved more than last yearRead the full story ›
Girls continue to slightly out-perform boys – with 25.9 per cent achieving As compared with 25.8 per cent of boys.Read the full story ›
The number getting the required grades is up three per cent on last yearRead the full story ›
Teenagers across the country get their A-level results on Thursday, but what do you do if they are not quite what you hoped for?Read the full story ›