BBC News - Family & Education
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Boys donned skirts and girls wore trousers in protest at a "no shorts" policy.
Campaigners say children who wet the bed and have daytime accidents are "suffering in silence".
The UK's biggest food bank charity handed out 1.6 million food packages last year.
A school in Essex is using Facebook Live to get pupils engaged with reading through bedtime stories.
New World Health Organization guidelines say under twos should not have any sedentary screen time.
Steve had gender reassignment surgery after his wife, Jill, moved into a care home.
Analysis suggests councils have lost billions from their budgets for lone homeless people since 2009.
Children at one UK school have been testing them out. Some say other approaches should also be taught.
Kimberley Leech, 15, has appeared in the Italian edition of Vogue magazine.
Exam board says police have referred an A-level maths leak case to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Each year billions end up in landfill, but the world's largest nappy production company is now backing a scheme to recover the plastic and other materials inside them.
The NASUWT teachers' union says primary pupils should be spending time at home with their families.
The NASUWT union says schools should consider banning mobile phones to protect staff and pupils.
ENA is a finishing school for French leaders - but its days of elitism may be numbered.
Two teenagers explain how a tiny specialist school gave them the confidence to continue their education.
Many more say verbal abuse is part of daily working life, a teachers' union survey finds.
One in five teachers buys lesson materials once a week, a survey by the NASUWT union suggests.
Peter Tabichi from Kenya, who was named World's Best Teacher, shares what makes him stand out and what he hopes for teachers in Africa.
Two teaching unions criticise an internship for teachers run by Stranmillis University College.
A report says high numbers switching schools might conceal pupils being "off-rolled".