Is your child starting school in September? Education Correspondent Peter Bearne reports on the scramble for primary places in the region.
Teachers across the West Midlands will be out on strike tomorrow forcing the closure of many schools.
Teachers across the East Midlands will be out on strike tomorrow forcing the closure of many schools.
Teachers in Nottingham have joined others across the country in a protest march.
In protest to changes in public-sector pensions and proposed alterations to pay and working conditions, classes have been boycotted.
Teachers from across the East Midlands are on strike today, forcing the closure of many schools.
Classes have been boycotted in protest to changes in public-sector pensions and proposed alterations to pay and working conditions.
A protest march has taken place in Derby city centre this morning.
Schools across the region are to be closed today, as teachers from the two largest unions go on strike.
Teachers from the NUT and NASUWT will be picketing today, protesting against changes in public-sector pensions and proposed changes to pay and working conditions.
A pupil involved with an incident with a knife whilst at a school in Birmingham will not be taught by some teachers today.
Earlier this week staff at Saltley School voted to refuse to teach the student, after a row over whether he should have been excluded.
Nottingham is the city outside of London where the highest number of children are killed or seriously injured on roads around schools.
This is revealed in a new report by Axa Car Insurance and research body, Road Safety Analysis, which also shows more than 1,000 children a month are injured across the country.
School areas with the most collisions are Nottingham, followed by Manchester, Liverpool and Leicester.
Thousands of teenagers in the East Midlands are celebrating their GCSE results tonight.
Fewer students got top grades with teachers blaming the dip on the major upheaval in the exams system. Watch the full report.
The number of top grades achieved at GCSE level has fallen for the second year in a row. It's the biggest drop in the exams' twenty-five year history. One school in a deprived area of Worcestershire has bucked the trend, doubling its proportion of students receiving A star to C grades.
Even there, teachers are warning exams are getting tougher. Watch our full report here: