59% of pupils met the expected standard in reading, writing and maths, down from 65% before Covid.
Footage from BBC Wales' X-Ray programme shows salons letting in two 17-year-olds with no ID checks.
Principal Marcus Shepherd says he did not want anyone to feel excluded if they could not afford a ticket.
Menus have fewer options and some schools are switching to cheaper meat from abroad, caterers say.
England would follow Scotland's model of one adult to five children, but most nurseries object.
Pupils at the school thank the singer for his generosity in helping to create a "beautiful place".
The ripple effects of the Gay Liberation Front's 1972 march are still being felt.
Freedom of Information responses suggest the amount of hardship money doubled last year.
Laura took in her two half-siblings six years ago, but says she is now struggling as prices soar.
Rob Howell said he sat chemistry after students questioned his understanding of their anxieties.
A charity is calling for better support for students, after finding high numbers seeking support.
Pupils at Omagh Integrated Primary School inspire emergency services to learn new skill.
Whiskey and education do not normally mix but the spirit is central to one special schools' story.
The student accommodation known for decades as The Colony is being renamed.
The writer of Sherwood criticises the suspension of Sheffield Hallam's English Literature degree.
The Blue Coat School in Liverpool says the house titles "were not reflective of the modern world".
A headteacher uses her pet to help children regulate their emotions in school.
A judge had ruled a university failed to make adjustments for a student's social anxiety disorder.
Sandwell is reversing the trend of having the least active residents - and it's hugely paying off.
Brandon Lewis will tell an event on Wednesday that the demand for integration is not being met.
Top musicians come together to release a song a Bedfordshire father started in his garden shed.
One college is warning students they should allow an extra two hours for their journeys.
A Scottish council is trailing delivering meals to more remote schools by drone.
The BBC has been given access to a new team that has to decide if children are criminals or victims.
Exam board apologises for including topics in A-level and GCSE papers with no advance warning.
The Scout Association say an "increased zeal" for the outdoors post-pandemic is behind the surge.
Students say they have become anxious about their future because of the cost of living crisis.
Families say the price of school uniform is a problem for parents amid the cost of living crisis.
The Renters Reform Bill will also end blanket bans on benefit claimants or families with children.
Some parents welcomed the move but others worry it will take longer to get their children to class.
The doctors' union warns institutional racism harms medics' mental health and therefore patient care.
Emma Wright allowed under-16s to take partially naked photos of themselves and others.
The head of Estyn warns of a mixed picture and says not all schools are ready to introduce changes.
Rachel Williams was scared her son would not be safe, but says the club have gone above and beyond.
Inspectors found the west London school was "destabilised" with standards substantially declined.
The government's plan comes in a proposed amendment to the Freedom of Speech Bill.
A report finds there was a "toxic" environment at University College London's architecture school.
How is one school cook looking to meet the challenge of providing free school meals to all pupils?
Tilly Raper's family say it is unfair she must sit an exam to pass her course after a car crash.
One former pupil says comments were made about "how dark my skin was" throughout his education.