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From growing vegetables to cycling, parents share their tips on how to survive the school summer holidays.
Hettie Williams told children to hide under their desks as the walls cracked around them in the Aberfan disaster.
Asthma hospital admissions have shot up in recent Septembers after a lapse in children's inhaler use.
An underpass in Pontypridd daubed with racist graffiti has been given a fresh look.
How one town is filling the gap when free school meals are off the menu.
Memory items such as teddy bears are being made to help families grieve for loved ones
As the first of her friends to become a mum, Michelle Kennedy didn't have a network of other mothers to share her experiences with.
Tens of thousands of degree places still available, even in medicine, which are usually at a premium.
Misconduct cases were brought against 14 teachers in Birmingham but only one was found at fault.
The New York medical school will fund all students, due to fears of graduates' "overwhelming" debt.
A-level results show a rise in top grades, as a record proportion of 18-year-olds head to university.
The musician says he'll fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge.
Ophelia's parents say they it is difficult to keep up with her will to learn.
Natalie and Ben's daughter Ophelia joined Mensa at only three years old.
What are the immediate options if your A-level grades aren't what you were expecting?
Thousands of teenagers are getting their A and AS-level results, but what have the recent changes been?
Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.
As Scotland's children head back to school this week, the debate over education intensifies.
Thousands of students get their exam results this month. BBC Rewind looks at some classic reactions.
Fr Bernard Green sexually assaulted a boy in 1995 and was banned from working with young people.