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Scottish exam results: When are they out and how will I get them?
7 HRS AGO - Students are waiting to find out their National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exam results.
Covid: Mum urges vaccination take-up after baby loss
2 DAYS AGO - A mother who lost her baby after having Covid-19 while pregnant urges mums-to-be to get vaccinated.
Cost of living: Food and fun clubs aim to help families
3 DAYS AGO - Calls are made to run more summer food and fun clubs for children across Wales.
Cardiff: Young people helping to improve Grangetown
5 DAYS AGO - A project is giving young people in a Cardiff community a say on how life can be made better.
Call for body-image warnings on retouched photos
6 DAYS AGO - The impact of body image on mental and physical health needs to be taken more seriously, MPs say.
Caernarfon family's despair over care for son with rare condition
7 DAYS AGO - Hari's mother can go 36 hours without proper sleep - as his family wait for a full care package.
Winland Academy caught hiring writers for uni applications
30/07/2022 - A social mobility charity expresses alarm at adverts for people to write personal statements.
Swap shop helping London families with school uniforms
29/07/2022 - Even parents in full-time work are struggling to kit out their children for school. a charity says.
My baby was taken into care - then murdered
28/07/2022 - Laura Corkill's son Leiland-James was put in care from birth - and killed by the woman who wanted Expand
Child Q: Schoolgirl strip-search not isolated issue, police data suggests
13 HRS AGO - The children's commissioner says she is concerned by data on incidents involving police in London.
Bristol students' 'sensational' film uncovers city's animals
3 DAYS AGO - The Bristol students spent time uncovering the city's diverse wildlife.
Unprecedented chronic absence in NI schools
4 DAYS AGO - The Department of Education says the high level of chronic absence is linked to the pandemic.
Vocational and training qualifications decline during pandemic
6 DAYS AGO - Awards in Northern Ireland fell by 20% following disruption during the Covid pandemic.
Euro 2022: Five things that held women back in football
6 DAYS AGO - Women playing football in England have overcome significant obstacles to make the top levels of Expand
Call to raise school start age in Scotland to six
31/07/2022 - A proposal for a kindergarten stage for three to six-year-olds will be debated at the SNP Expand
Euro 2022: Young players talk about diversity in England's squad
29/07/2022 - Euro 2022 has made the Lionesses household names - but some young want more diversity in the squad.
Tory leadership latest: Sunak says yes to return of grammar schools
28/07/2022 - But his team later clarifies Mr Sunak was only backing the expansion of existing grammar schools.
Covid: Wales' school absences double since pandemic
28/07/2022 - Some pupils have "simply got out of the habit of regular attendance," education bosses say.
Free school meals: Councils in England cut back on holiday food-voucher help
1 DAY AGO - Vouchers are being cut in value or scrapped altogether across England, BBC News research reveals.
Tourette's: 'We get called freaks but we're just normal people
3 DAYS AGO - Two young people describe the difficulties of growing up with Tourette's syndrome.
Lionesses: England's Euro 2022 winners urge Tory leadership duo to help schoolgirls play football
4 DAYS AGO - England's European champions have called on the Conservative party leadership candidates to ensure Expand
Ukraine: Helping children to overcome the trauma of war
6 DAYS AGO - Psychologists in Bucha are working to help children understand the Ukraine war.
How expensive is childcare and what help is available?
6 DAYS AGO - The government says changing the ratio of adults to children in nurseries could help cut childcare Expand
Cost of living: Parents say they cannot afford new school uniform
31/07/2022 - Parents are unhappy their school is changing its uniform in the middle of a cost of living crisis.
Sex education in schools could be made compulsory by NI secretary
29/07/2022 - Under current rules, what is taught to pupils about sex education is up to individual schools.
Single Shropshire mum in tears as summer meal vouchers scaled back
28/07/2022 - Low income families in Shropshire will have their summer meal vouchers reduced from £90 to £45.