BBC News - Family & Education
Updated: 2 hours 34 min ago
Students returning to university in England after Christmas will have staggered starting dates.
Everything you need to know about Covid testing and getting home safely from university.
Regional Ofsted bosses say schooling has been 'completely disrupted' by Covid-19 in some areas.
Ofsted's annual report warns of children out of sight and in danger during the pandemic.
An announcement about plans for next summer's exams in England is expected later this week.
Parents whose children are having to isolate after cases in their schools say they are going without pay.
Universities open mass testing centres for students so they can travel home safely for Christmas.
All students are being asked to take two of the rapid lateral flow device tests before travelling home.
Machine learning is helping firms across many industries more quickly solve difficult challenges.
Students have lost hundreds of days of education to Covid and self-isolation. How are they coping?
Requirements for most courses will be reduced to "relieve the pressure and anxiety" for students.
The Duchess of Cambridge highlights a "dramatic increase" in parents feeling cut off from support.
The Levels School will be able to teach pupils from a similar school which closed in March.
Jovita Beeston, 18, and Hope, 17, begin a three-year apprenticeship at a £2.5bn offshore wind farm.
Members of the University and College Union say they have concerns over in-person teaching.
Campaigners urge Chancellor Rishi Sunak to keep a temporary Universal Credit increase in place.
Alys Tomlinson's Lost Summer features school leavers denied their proms by the coronavirus pandemic.
Singing in places of worship will be limited, but outdoor carols will be allowed in England, MPs told.
The pandemic has made it harder for carers to get any respite. So who looks after them?
The trust announced schools would close a week early but the government said they must remain open.