A decision on plans to close 17 of Bristol's 27 libraries has been postponed following public consultationRead the full story ›
Workers have warned that the vice-chancellor does not have the support of staff after she survived a no confidence vote.Read the full story ›
A man who says that he, and more than 100 other children, were abused at boarding schools in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire has taken his case to Downing Street.
Roy Messenger - who attended Dowdeswell Court near Cheltenham - wants an investigation into how much local councils and police knew about the allegations at the time, and what they did to stop abuse.
Tiggers nursery in Tetbury has become the first in the South West to be given a national award for teaching children about healthy food.Read the full story ›
Dame Glynis Breakwell earns nearly £500,000. A new report criticises the university governance and staff are calling for her to step downRead the full story ›
The head teacher of a school in Penzance is calling on the Chancellor to give more cash to schools in CornwallRead the full story ›
World-class musicians from Europe’s first majority BME orchestra Chineke! have been performing in Bristol.Read the full story ›
A secondary school in Bristol has decided to give up traditional marking of children's work.
All 950 children at Bedminster Down School now no longer receive a grade or score for their work.
Instead they receive feedback from teachers in the classroom. Live marking is simply sitting with a student and talking through a piece of work; what has gone well and identifying areas for improvement.
Impact marking involves the quick identification of gaps in understanding so the next lesson is planned to close any gaps and provide stretch and challenge. Summative assessments are used to provide additional benchmarks for progress.
Teachers claim traditional marking has little or no impact on pupil progress.
The University of Exeter & the University of Bristol are among the Russell Group universities said to contribute £86.8bil to the UK economy.Read the full story ›
Colston's Girls' School says "it would not be appropriate to rename the school" to remove associations with Edward Colston.Read the full story ›