Wales' first Mermaid School is to open in Prestatyn. Children will get the chance to wear colourful tails as they to learn to swim.Read the full story ›
Primary school children in Wales are more likely to use E-cigarettes than tobacco, according to a new survey.Read the full story ›
Youngsters in Wales are warning of a tough future ahead with more than 54% feeling nervous about their employment prospects.Read the full story ›
The Labour party says the General Election will be a pivotal moment for education here and across the UK.
Even though it's a devolved matter, the Education Minister Huw Lewis claims the election is a choice between two visions for education, arguing that the Conservatives would constrain the life chances of young people, whilst Labour would invest in them.
Are we going to continue down the road of austerity and shrink the budget for public services year on year and the inevitable fall out for that in education will be constrained life chances for our young people, or are we going to make sure that we priorities the life chances of our young people?
The Tories meanwhile argue Labour have let down young people here, claiming Welsh schools trail behind others in Europe.
Less is spent on education here in Wales than it is in England, and that's a Labour choice to make that decision - we want to see more spent at the pupils at the sharp end so that the teachers can get the best out of those pupils.
A teaching union is calling for the Welsh Government to prioritise investing in the school workforce to improve public education in Wales.Read the full story ›
Welsh employers are being urged to offer more work placements to young people after a study found experience to be the most valued asset.Read the full story ›
In the final part of our School Debate series, we see a school's full mock election - and reveal the results of our young people's polls.Read the full story ›
Staff at Coleg Gwent have been told that up to 130 jobs could be lost and courses could be stopped.Read the full story ›