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The Duchess of Cambridge highlights a "dramatic increase" in parents feeling cut off from support.
Singing in places of worship will be limited, but outdoor carols will be allowed in England, MPs told.
Campaigners urge Chancellor Rishi Sunak to keep a temporary Universal Credit increase in place.
Jovita Beeston, 18, and Hope, 17, begin a three-year apprenticeship at a £2.5bn offshore wind farm.
Members of the University and College Union say they have concerns over in-person teaching.
The Levels School will be able to teach pupils from a similar school which closed in March.
Alys Tomlinson's Lost Summer features school leavers denied their proms by the coronavirus pandemic.
The trust announced schools would close a week early but the government said they must remain open.
Minister says some schools are over-testing pupils in the belief exams will be cancelled.
Covid disruption worsens for England's secondary schools as 22% of pupils sent home.
For Christmas break, students will leave university within 24 hours of two negative Covid tests.
Thousands of children with special educational needs get offers of help only after they are excluded.
Pupils in secondary schools in Wales will be expected to wear masks in all areas outside classrooms.
A huge rise in home education is revealed amid parents' fears of Covid-19 in England's schools.
A 14-year-old transgender boy is taking legal action against NHS England over treatment delays.
An academy trust said it is closing schools to protect families from self-isolation at Christmas.
The NSPCC says a fall in removals of graphic content during the pandemic put children at more risk.
Karolina, 36, and Joan, 88, live together as part of an initiative to tackle loneliness.
Government-backed schemes to tackle bullying of LGBT pupils in English schools have funding pulled.
The app lets adults limit what children can search for and prevent strangers from seeing activity.
The numbers "always or often" lonely in the pandemic reached a new high point as winter approaches.
White applicants are more likely to be offered PhD places than black students, according to BBC research.
The University of Manchester says it has suspended security guards who stopped Zac Adan on campus.
More than 2,500 university staff ask MPs to investigate publishers over the rising cost of online texts.
Sadat Rahman, 17, created an app to help young people learn about and report cyberbullying.
They are being asked to travel in the seven days after the national lockdown in England ends.
England's children's commissioner says some young people are living in "disgusting" conditions.
The BBC can reveal a spike in the number of parents taking their children out of school.
Members of the EIS union are asked if they would consider a "safety strike protest" as Covid-related pupil absences hit a new high.
Evidence presented to government confirmed rising infections as schools reopened.
New government guidance also says teachers who are "clinically vulnerable" should not come in to school.
Booking opens for the National Tutoring Programme for disadvantaged pupils in England.
Peter Weir urges parents and carers to limit the Covid-19 spread by not gathering at school gates.
One head teacher says he was "flattened" when the 61 laptops he was expecting was cut to 13.
Birmingham is among authorities promising help at half-term, as the footballer steps up pressure.
Sending some children home may be the only way to control infection rates, Prof Neil Ferguson says.
There have been 2,030 confirmed Covid cases in schools since the start of term, says the Public Health Agency.
The government adopts emergency powers under the Coronavirus Act to ensure schools offer remote learning.
England's Children Commissioner calls for package to tackle a "rising tide of childhood vulnerability".
Schools in disadvantaged areas could be "badly placed" for funding, says Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The pandemic has made it harder for carers to get any respite. So who looks after them?
Loneliness, togetherness and how people are caring for each other during the pandemic.
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat speaks to young people about how they got through it.
Jack is tackling dating again after a long-term relationship. Here’s what he’s learnt.
Ron Davies suffered with loneliness after he lost his wife but is now helping others cope with lockdown isolation.
Marjorie Wells, 91, gives her advice on fighting loneliness during a lockdown.
The cities in England that faced the biggest wartime losses still have the highest levels of poverty.
Zack's boyfriend was never violent to him but lockdown saw a surge in LGBT domestic abuse.
Edmund De Wind, a Victoria Cross recipient who died in WWI, is honoured in Comber and Canada.
Here's a look at what we know about the wife of Democratic president-elect Joe Biden.
Radio 1 Newsbeat talks to students at Manchester University about lockdown lectures, mental health and that fence.
A new higher education institution will be the first since the 1960s to open with its own degree powers.
Young care leaver Kim Emenike made it to university against the odds - then social services forgot about her.
Charity FareShare has named a new warehouse after the footballer's mother, Melanie.
As universities adapt to the coronavirus pandemic is enough support being given to disabled students?
As President Trump pushes "patriotic education", some teachers want US history curriculum reform.
As Covid cases surge on US campuses young people say politicians should also take responsibility.
Researchers test reactions to strangers in need of assistance - with Nottingham the most helpful.
Outdoor centres warn coronavirus rules mean they cannot reopen and could fold.
Williamson seeks to end unfairness in university admissions by switching to offers based on real results.
Assessments done under teacher supervision will replace exams, the education minister confirms.
How will A-levels and GCSEs be run next year when so much teaching time has been lost?
The Department of Education and Ofqual will face public scrutiny to explain the exam confusion, the colossal U-turn and resignations. What went wrong?
Teaching unions accuse the government of burying head in sand over next summer's exams
The BTec First grades have been delayed. What caused the problems with the results?