Alex suffered severe racial bullying when at school. Now he's been recognised by the Queen for his efforts to wipe out bullying.
Six contemporary artists have designed prints for children. But what do they think of them?
How George Weah went from being the world's best footballer to the president of Liberia.
The independent Olive Tree Primary School in Luton faced a series of criticisms from inspectors.
Gender stereotyping for jobs starts at an early age, a survey suggests.
A survey of thousands of young people across the world reveal what influences their career aspirations.
Parents are subsidising a new flagship "free" nursery scheme for three- and four-year-olds in England from their own pockets, a survey suggests.
University of Kent vice-chancellor Dame Julia Goodfellow receives an extra £45,000 in her final salary.
The 11th Century artwork tells the story behind one of the most famous battles in English history.
The government's 30-hour 'free' nursery scheme is being subsidised by parents, a survey suggests.
Parents will soon be able to watch their children's lessons in real-time using their mobile phones.
A new campaign aims to make lessons about intellectual property infringement fun.
A partnership between Imperial College London and a major French agency will keep access to European research funding.
Prof Dame Glynis Breakwell, who earns £468,000, is the highest paid university vice-chancellor in the UK.
The future of about 1,400 apprentices at training centres in England and Scotland is in doubt.
Doctors and a defence contractor are among those buying bogus qualifications, a BBC probe finds.
A French aristocrat, captured in 1357, was England's earliest official "prisoner of war", say historians.
The school was criticised by inspectors over child safety and the quality of its education.
A teacher and 11 children were slashed at a school in Perm when two boys ran amok with knives.
Children undergoing cancer treatment receive beads to document their journey and one mum wants to expand the scheme.