Welsh businesses are reliant on apprentices' to fill the skills gap in their workforce.Read the full story ›
A major review into education in Wales has found an inability to attract and retain talentRead the full story ›
Children at a school on Anglesey are discovering a love for music - after a instruments were donated by kind-hearted musicians.
Watch: Ian Lang reports from Anglesey
Ten plastic trombones were given to a school in Llangefni and a new brass band - or should that be, plastic band - was formed.
For many parents, this was the first time they'd heard their children playing an instrument.
Tackling should be banned in school rugby games due to the risk of "serious injury", an open letter from health experts has warned.Read the full story ›
Students at a special needs school in Anglesey are enjoying a new-found confidence after a donation of musical instruments.Read the full story ›
Vithiya Alphons has just two months to find a stem cell donor, after she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukaemia.Read the full story ›
A programme to train graduates as teachers in low income areas has led to only a third staying in Wales to teach.Read the full story ›
Powys Council members have voted to go ahead with a full consultation on plans to replace two secondary schools in the area.
The proposals will see two secondary schools - Builth Wells High School and Llandrindod High Schools replaced with a new English-medium school on one of the existing sites.
If the plans go ahead, Llandrindod High School will close.
Around 600 pupils, parents and staff turned out at the local council offices this morning to protest against the potential merger.
Pupils in Powys are holding a protest as the local council considers a decision to reorganise secondary education in the area.Read the full story ›