Malala Yousufzai Attends First Lecture At Oxford

World famous Pakistani education campaigner Malala Yousufzai today attended her first lecture at Oxford University. The 20-year-old tweeted a picture from her first class at Oxford University - five years after she was shot in the head by militants in Pakistan. The...

Boy Banned From Wearing Sikh Bangle At Tipton School

Eight-year-old Kaiden Singh has been banned from wearing his Sikh bangle to school as it is considered to be jewellery and against its uniform policy. He was told by teachers at Summerhill Primary School in Tipton he would not be...

Theresa May Pledges To Freeze Tuition Fees And Raise Repayment Threshold

Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged a change in her party's approach on tuition fees in England, appealing to younger voters saying fees will freeze at £9,250. Speaking at the Conservative party conference, the PM said fee repayment thresholds will...

Tribunal Finds Australian School Discriminated Against Sikh Boy

A tribunal has found an Australian school discriminated against a five-year-old Sikh boy when it prevented his enrolment because he wore a turban. Melton Christian School in Melbourne prohibits non-Christian head coverings for boys as part of its uniform policy. The...

Universities Minister Asks Heads To Justify Pay Over £150k

New measures set out by Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science, will seek to curb escalating rates of pay for university vice-chancellors. After it emerged recently that many university heads were earning £300,000 a year, with some topping...

South & City College invests in engineering for the future

Students at South & City College Birmingham will benefit from some exciting new engineering equipment as they start their courses this month. The Engineering Workshop based at the Bordesley Green Campus will teach aspiring engineers the skills they need to...

New College for Birmingham Celebrates with a Flash Mob

The education map of Birmingham has changed forever as South and City College Birmingham and Bournville College have completed their much-anticipated merger, to form one of the biggest and best colleges in the country. The merger was finally approved...

GCSE Pass Rates Drop Slightly Amid Change In Exam System

As the United Kingdom sees a shake-up in examinations, pass rates dipped slightly, with the number of students attaining the top grades also dropping under the new system. There were 5,443,072 entrants this year, and across England, Wales, Scotland and...

Malala Yousafzai Supports the Khpal Kor Foundation

The Khpal Kor Foundation was set up in 1996 by a group of scouts from the Swat district in Northern Pakistan. The organization supports orphans in the region in getting a solid start in life, providing them with a...

Highest A-level Grades Rise Up

Top A-level results have improved for the first time in 6 years, as students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receive their grades. A* and A grades were given to 26.3% of admissions - up by 0.5 percentage contrasted with...