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.
Are you suffering from the post-school-holiday blues? Or worse, are you and your family dealing with "first-days-back" syndrome?
At least one day a week, Amanda Lloyd's year 4 class can be found building shelters in the playground or drawing maps as they walk around the school.
The rest of us muggles might stock our closets with board games and other junk – JK Rowling's is housing every Harry Potter fan's dream.
Should children be rewarded for perfect school attendance? Mum Rachel Wright doesn't think so - and her reasons why have divided parents.
That one day each year when your child’s school bag arrives home containing something much more valuable than a half-eaten sandwich.
The battle to get out the door on time every day is one that most parents will be familiar with – and have probably pulled their hair out over.
Right now, while my kids are in the midst of primary school, I've been the most relaxed I've ever been as a parent.
Year 4 students were told they would never see their parents again as part of a school lesson.
School holidays, like workplace culture, are not designed for modern, working parents. Especially mothers.
Sex pests are using online games and apps - some of them taught in classrooms - to target children.
Sad and angry. That's how I feel. That's how many parents, grandparents and siblings of children with autism would feel too after the comments in Australia's Parliament by One Nation's Pauline Hanson.