Key Stage 1 tests in England are to to end but nine-year-olds will sit times table tests.
The government is arguing that the motion is not legally binding
Horrid Henry's author defends the naughty schoolboy as Emmerdale actor Adam Thomas bans him.
Government confirms minimum per pupil funding levels but Labour says it's a real terms cut, due to inflation.
Under-30s 'overburdened by responsibility and multiple barriers', report finds.
Why VAT is charged on some uniforms and why governments haven't cut it.
Adult learners in Kenya get to read their first words, after a library opens in their village.
Labour is forcing a vote by MPs in a bid to prevent an increase in tuition fees in England.
City College Norwich has apologised but says James Parker, 16, was "enrolled in error".
This decline in income is in contrast to international trends, where average teachers' pay has gone up.
One former student said he lost £2,500 on gambling machines, and came close to taking his own life.
Almost 35,000 teachers left their jobs for reasons other than retirement in 2016, a report finds.
A school bans mobile phones and tell parents children should be in bed by 21:30.
The couple say the school's decision to allow a male pupil to wear a dress clashes with their beliefs.
Citizens Advice says those receiving the merged benefit are more likely to struggle with priority debts.
The warnings come in a letter from the Department of Education to SDLP MLA Daniel McCrossan.
The new position will sit within the university's counselling service.
Government orders guidance review as councils say they face "sustained financial challenges".
At least 400 children are believed to be buried in a section of St Mary's Cemetery in Lanark.
Shadow Universities Minister Gordon Marsden says the company is nearing 'meltdown'