Across Dartmoor with a da-da-dah drumbeat ringing in my ears
The wildest portion of Devon is a splendid destination at the best of times. But it is all the more wonderful when you are riding a pony in the...
The great school holiday dilemma
Isle of Wight dad Jon Platt successfully challenged a £120 fine for taking his six-year-old daughter to Florida, but superhead Dame Sally Coates...
Chessington World of Adventures offers a Surrey safari
New glamping tents have been set up at Chessington World of Adventures to give guests a more authentic feeling safari experience right in the Home...
Ofsted warning on colleges extremism
There are warnings from Ofsted that further education providers are "falling short in protecting learners from risk of extremism".
Asian maths method offered to schools
Thousands of primary schools in England are to be offered the chance to follow an Asian style of teaching maths, the government says.
'Inadequate' Fairford Coln House School placed in special measures
A school which had its pupils removed over "safety concerns" is rated as inadequate in an Ofsted report and placed in special measures.
Church of England plans more schools
The Church of England is planning a major expansion of its schools over the next five years.
Sex abuse: Warning over treatment of child 'offenders'
Children who commit acts of harmful sexual behaviour should not be treated as "mini sex offenders", a report says.
Free school meals: Report on struggling small schools 'not published'
The Department for Education "chose not to publish" a report which found the smallest schools in England cannot afford to provide free school...
Term-time holiday court win prompts councils to drop cases
A BBC investigation reveals some local councils in England have dropped court cases against parents over term-time holidays.
Wales needs a register of home-educated pupils, says report
Wales should have a register of all children educated at home, says a report into a boy who died from scurvy.
Thousands of courses to be scrapped in vocational shake-up
New government plans will see some 20,000 courses in England scrapped and replaced with 15 new ones in a shake-up of vocational education.