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Life lessons for South Korea's octogenarian school pupils
When the tune of "Twinkle twinkle little star" plays in her South Korean classroom octogenarian pupil Nam Yang-soon sings along with classmates more than 70 years her junior.
Pupils: What are you doing about climate change?
Of the thousands of people who blocked central London to demand action on climate change at the Extinction Rebellion protests last month, it was 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg who stood out as the movement’s figurehead.
Hammond to unveil steps to protect biodiversity after pupils' strike over climate change
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is to use his spring statement this week to set out new steps to promote biodiversity and protect the environment.
Black pupils' schooling ‘dumbed down’ in England ‘over special needs’
Many black pupils in England are having their education dumbed down after being wrongly identified as having one of a range special needs, a study said.
British government to fund 2,900 school exchanges for poorer pupils
Secondary schools in England will be able to apply for money to take poorer pupils overseas on school exchanges
Many pupils in England hungry, badly clothed, say teachers
Teachers have warned that growing levels of poverty across England are having a devastating effect on pupils, with more children going hungry and being unable to afford warm clothes this winter.
Special needs pupils 'spend years out of school' in UK
Julie became tearful when she started talking about her autistic son's struggle to stay in school.
Young Irish pupils get a taste of third-level science with fast-track tech study
Post-primary Irish pupils will study modules from third-level technology degree programs under a groundbreaking careers initiative being piloted in three schools in the Irish capital of Dublin.
Schools admit informally excluding pupils
A dozen schools in England, Northern Ireland and Wales admitted informally excluding pupils at some stage last year, the BBC learned.
Solar backpacks poor Ivory Coast pupils' ray of hope
The equatorial sun has been up for about an hour as a gaggle of children set off from the Ivorian village of Allepilla on their hour-long trek to school.
Bad schooling, poverty, hunger defeats pupils
Half of all of the children who start school in Grade one in South Africa never make it through Grade 12.
Secondary school pupils 'ill-equipped to cope' with stress of social media
Children moving from primary to secondary school are ill-equipped to deal with the onslaught of social media which takes on an increasingly important role in their lives, exposing them to significant emotional risk, a report said.
Pupils suffering from anxiety to receive counselling in UK schools
Children suffering from anxiety and depression will be offered counselling at UK school under government plans to tackle a widely reported crisis in young people’s mental health.
Poor pupils overtaken by wealthier, less talented peers during secondary school
The performance of poor pupils at UK secondary school is rapidly declining, meaning they are far more likely to achieve worse academic results by the time they sit General Certificates of Secondary Education (GCSE), a new report has warned.
Special needs pupils in 'fragmented' system
A series of changes has left pupils in England with special educational needs and disability (Send) in a 'fragmented' system, a charity has said. The Driver Youth Trust report says the changes have caused confusion and a greater variation in the quality of help offered, reported.

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