On a visit to an online safety lesson at Whitmore High School in Barry, the Cabinet Secretary for Education had the chance to hear from pupils about the latest online concerns and the support in place to help.

The government has launched a Curriculum and Assessment Review with the aim of driving "high and rising schools standards" and setting "all young people up for life and work".

A ministerial taskforce has been launched to kick off work on the Child Poverty Strategy.

The Irish government aims to increase the number of Traveller and Roma children remaining in school to achieve a Leaving Certificate.

The children’s wellbeing bill will be introduced to "raise standards in education and promote children’s wellbeing”, King Charless III said.

A standard assessment to gather children’s personal development knowledge towards the end of primary school should be introduced, according to Lessons4Life.

The Education Policy Institute has released its latest report looking at the disadvantage gap for both primary and secondary school pupils, using assessment data.

The National Consortium for Languages Education has boosted support as a new report finds that 6 in 10 schools face challenges recruiting language teachers.

Welsh school students got a taste of a career in medicine and life as a medical residential at Cardiff University this week.

A coroner ordered a learning review into the support and guidance offered by Reading Borough Council after ruling an Ofsted inspection contributed to the suicide of Perry.

A survey named the "Alternative Big Listen" was established as a rival to the formal Ofsted consultation by two former government inspectors.

A survey by the National Governance Association has shown that 6 in 10 schools and trusts report balancing their budgets as their biggest challenge.

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