Numbers of A-level exams awarded top grades have risen for the first time in six years, summer results show.Read the full story ›
A-level results are out, but what should you do if your results are not quite what you had hoped for?Read the full story ›
A school in Truro, which teaches a high number of children from disadvantaged backgrounds has won an award for how it invests.Read the full story ›
Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School in Kingswood is losing all its teachers this term following a turbulent period in the school's history.Read the full story ›
A protest will be taking place in Bristol today as the National Union of Teachers fight against the 1% cap on pay increases for teachers.
The cap on pay rises, initially of 0% and then 1% after, has been in place since 2010 as part of the Government's austerity measures.
That means teachers' pay has fallen behind inflation, with many choosing to leave the profession as they struggle to cope.
Children at a Paignton school wore football shirts as a mark of respect for cancer sufferer Bradley Lowery, whose funeral was held today.Read the full story ›
Children and their parents held a pedestrianised protest in Bristol today to highlight proposed cuts in lollipop patrols.Read the full story ›
Children from Twerton Infant School & Nursery and St Michael's Junior School in Bath have made a video about why they love the city suburbRead the full story ›
Ofsted has told ITV News it will look into an education project run by two former teachers. 24 children attend the facility near Bath.Read the full story ›
A headteacher in Dorset is warning schools like his will face difficult decisions in the future with continued pressure on school budgets.Read the full story ›