Education news from Australia and the United Kindgom
- Video gives first glimpse of Perth's planned inner city high school
The WA Government has released a video showing the planned design of Perth's new inner city high school in Subiaco, with construction due to start in mid 2018.
- A first look inside Perth's new state-of-the-art high school at Subiaco Oval
Fresh details about Perth's new inner city college and the future of Subiaco Oval are revealed, including a first glimpse of the design for the $68 million high school on the site of Kitchener Park.
- Mullengandra Public School
- Principal Julie Twitt with students
- Bill McDonald
- Mullengandra Public School to close
- School for disadvantaged students celebrates first ever formal
St Joseph's Flexible Leaning Centre in Alice Springs is preparing to graduate a record number of students, including some who are the first member of their family to ever finish Year 11.
- Curbing university bosses' pay 'won't solve funding crisis'
Some university bosses' pay is hard to stomach - but cash crisis goes wider, says NUS.
- 'Monster' fatberg to go on display in museum
A slice of a monster fatberg, clogging up London's sewers, is going on display in a museum.
- Why does snow close so many schools?
Hundreds of schools have closed across England and Wales because of snow. How are such decisions made?
- France wants stricter child phone ban in schools
The education minister says pupils may be made to keep their phones in lockers during school hours.
- Two-year degrees to lower tuition fees
Jo Johnson wants to change a system where three-year degrees have "crowded out" anything else.
- Food banks expected to help 'record number of children'
Biggest food bank charity predicts record demand this Christmas, with Coventry the busiest city.
- Central Saint Martins refunds dramatic writing students
A top fashion university refunds 21 students after admitting the course fell short of expectations.