A freedom of information request reveals 34 schools in Yorkshire and the Humber, are using CCTV cameras in toilets or changing rooms.
Pupils who were due to start at a free school in Bradford next week should have their uniform costs refunded, says a local councillor.
19 Sheffield schools will be opening their doors this summer to help disadvantaged pupils with the big step up to secondary school.
Hundreds of pupils attended a special service at Lincoln Cathedral earlier today, to mark the 150th anniversary of their school.
Around 900 students joined their teachers and guests at the event, to celebrate the long history of De Aston School in Market Rasen. Kate Hemingway reports.
Edward Leigh MP said he feels honoured to have been invited to celebrate the 150th anniversary of De Aston school. He added that it's important to mark the occasion as not many schools have existed for so long
Current and former pupils from De Aston school at Market Rasen in Lincolnshire have gathered at Lincoln Cathedral to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the school.
Support is growing for an attempt by the Hull North MP Diana Johnson to make lessons about drugs, alcohol and relationships compulsory in classrooms.
If passed, the bill will lead to the issues being included in the National Curriculum. It is backed by charities and campaigns working in the fields of drugs, alchohol, domestic violence and child welfare - including the Amy Winehouse Foundation and Family Planning Association.
Lessons would inform students about the dangers of drink and drugs and help them to build their self esteem.
Schools across Yorkshire and the Humber are baking birthday cakes from produce they have grown to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Royal Horticultural Society's School Gardening Campaign.
More than 1,600 schools in Yorkshire and the Humber have registered, meaning at least 320,000 pupils are benefitting from gardening at school. It was set up by the RHS to help children learn about growing, healthy eating and the environment.
The RHS claims research also proves that gardening in schools can improve literacy and numeracy skills, as well as increasing a child’s readiness to learn and improving their self-esteem, confidence and motivation.
It has been revealed that there are more than two and a half thousand CCTV cameras inside schools across the Calendar region. Over two hundred of those are based in the changing rooms and bathrooms - that's a higher number here than anywhere else in the country.
Local councils argue its to safeguard the children, anti-surveillance campaigners say there's nothing to suggest it's having a positive impact. Adam Fowler reports.
It's been revealed that there are more than two and a half thousand CCTV cameras inside schools across the Calendar region. Over two hundred of those are based in the changing rooms and bathrooms - that's a higher number here than anywere else in the country.