When Brylan Hobson was asked why on earth he had a dead squirrel stored in his school bag, the young man replied, "I really wanted squirrel dumplings for dinner tonight."
Boy with autism inundated with cards and gifts from around the world after dad shares "no friends" homework
An 11-year-old boy with autism who wrote "no one" on his homework sheet in response to a question asking him to list his friends has been inundated with cards and gifts.
A local government primary school was Chebiwot Kipsaina's first choice for her daughter, six-year-old Malaika.
Everyone loves a win/win scenario, especially when those 'wins' yield meaningful benefits. And a new scheme that pairs primary school children with reading buddies in an aged care facility definitely does that.
A reading program that has been used in up to 960 schools for more than 30 years has been abandoned.