Police are encouraging young people to take the lead in a crackdown on cyber bullying and crime.Read the full story ›
A Sheffield student has scored a clean sweep of 9s in his GCSEs.
Joshua Kirkhope-Arkley, who studies at Silverdale School in Sheffield, got ten 9s.
He is one of only 732 teenagers across the country to score the top grade in every single one of their subjects.
Two families will receive compensation after their preferred schools 'unfairly' changed admissions arrangements.Read the full story ›
The proportion of entries getting A/7 is up year-on-year for the first time since 2011.Read the full story ›
The rises come after major reforms in England designed to toughen up the qualifications.Read the full story ›
As A*s are replaced by 9s in the new GCSEs shake-up, here's how to decipher the scale before results day.Read the full story ›
Pupils at a primary school in Barnsley hope their 'peaceful protest' will encourage parents not to smoke anywhere near their classrooms.Read the full story ›
The report found that children in the north are more likely to go to a poor school and more likely to leave education early.Read the full story ›
Calendar has filmed behind the scenes at a secondary school in Leeds where pupils speak 72 different languages .Read the full story ›
The Co-operative Academy in Leeds is in one of the poorest and most diverse areas in the city. Here 75% of students don't speak English as their first language. And more than 60% are eligible for pupil premium funding - for those with low incomes.
That's more than twice the national average. It means teachers here have a very difficult - and sometimes upsetting - job on their hands. Here's the second of Helen Steel's special reports.