Christian Bucks, a second-grader from York in America, came up with a heart-warming idea to ensure children in his schoolyard need never feel lonely again.
Just like personalities, people have different learning styles. By understanding how your child learns you can help them get the most out of their schooling.
In a bid to win over mums and dads, Victorian schools are running English classes, cooking lessons and even yoga sessions for parents.
What kind of intelligence will children need to succeed in the machine age?
Chloe Bridgewater has a little more drive than your average seven-year-old. Taken by the idea of working somewhere with bean bag chairs, go-karts, and slides, she decides to apply at Google.
The mother of a five-year old cancer survivor has slammed a substitute teacher who shamed the little girl in front of her classmates.
Principals are asking parents to sign statutory declarations to ensure families are not gaming strict enrolment policies.
The school year has begun and with it the dreaded afternoon battles over homework.
A Year Four teacher at a Queensland primary school went above and beyond to ensure her students were ready to start their school year - giving them goodie bags full of meaningful items.
Dear mamas in the schoolyard, I want to write you this letter in the hope that it may help you to understand.
Grouping students with like-minded peers of similar abilities and interests can provide important emotional and social support.
The first day of school, I'd done everything to ensure my daughter would have a happy time at school. Kindy is only learning to read and having fun with numbers, right? Nothing serious.
If your family is anything like mine, you've really let your routines go over the holidays, but you know the time is coming when it's all going to come back and slap you in the face.