Around 80% of more than 1,700 people questioned felt it was important to learn some phrases.
Committee chairman demands answers over glitches with crucial website for new childcare schemes.
Conner, Amelia and Jamie, who were bullied at school, give advice about how to tackle bullying.
"We will have blood on our hands" if a suicidal girl is released without a care plan, says a senior judge.
Brexit is causing crucial EU staff at UK universities uncertainty and anxiety, says Russell Group.
A topping out ceremony marks one year until the University of Northampton's new Waterside Campus opens.
Research says the most disadvantaged pupils have fallen further behind classmates in the last 10 years.
Gardening or learning an instrument are better ways to keep the brain sharp, a report says.
Canada has joined the top ranks of the world's best education system - and its secret weapon has been fairness.
Some undergraduates receive the equivalent of just 26 hours of one-to-one teaching over three years, researchers say.
The UK has one of the lowest rates in Europe, and breastfeeding is "often stigmatised", doctors say.
The Eastside Food Bank in Swansea runs out of items such as pasta with volunteers blaming school holidays.
Schools should dispel images of "fast money" and "glamour", the children's commissioner says.
An expert warns of tuition fees rising or being diverted, but the pensions scheme says it is secure.
At the end of term some teachers receive special gifts from their pupils, but one in particular was especially sweet.
The primary in Orkney will be kept on standby from August after its only pupil moved on to secondary.
More than 2,000 papers were checked for distressing content after the bombing and at least two were changed.
The ability to experience regret plays a "crucial role" in children's development, a study suggests.
Secondary school training centres recruited 538 students in 2016-17, 38% short of the 871 target.
The executive had previously sought compensation for teaching students from the Republic.