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Wilfred Owen and Philip Larkin GCSE removal 'cultural vandalism'
The poets are not part of a new GCSE poetry anthology drawn up by an exam board.

LGBT awards: Adele Roberts named role model of the year
The Radio 1 presenter receives "role model" award for opening up the conversation around bowel cancer.

Liverpool school renames houses over slave trade links
The Blue Coat School in Liverpool says the house titles "were not reflective of the modern world".

Dogs: Llandeilo Primary School uses pets to help pupils
A headteacher uses her pet to help children regulate their emotions in school.

Polio virus detected in London sewage samples
Health officials say parents should ensure their children have been vaccinated against the disease.

Natasha Abrahart: University considers appeal against suicide ruling
A judge had ruled a university failed to make adjustments for a student's social anxiety disorder.

Oxfordshire Ukrainian refugees make 46-mile round trip to school
Liza and her son are having to live in a hotel after the relationship with their sponsor broke down.

Education: Government signals integrated sector support
Brandon Lewis will tell an event on Wednesday that the demand for integration is not being met.

How Sandwell is encouraging families to embrace exercise
Sandwell is reversing the trend of having the least active residents - and it's hugely paying off.

Cost of living crisis: Concerns over impact on students
Students say they have become anxious about their future because of the cost of living crisis.

Worcestershire doctor's fight for unaccompanied Ukrainian teens
Dr Catherine Hillman wants to look after the children of two colleagues who need to remain working.

GCSE and A-level exams 2022: What you need to know
For the first time since Covid, students are sitting exams across the UK - so what has changed?

Drone test for delivering school meals
A Scottish council is trailing delivering meals to more remote schools by drone.

Newcastle Hotspur Primary bans vehicles from drop-off area
Some parents welcomed the move but others worry it will take longer to get their children to class.

Writing a book in a day to get more kids reading
South African charity Book Dash is creating children's books in super-fast time.

Cost of living: Going without food to feed my baby
Single mum Jyndi, 25, from Northamptonshire tells the BBC that she sometimes has to miss meals to be able to feed her child.

School meals: Denbigh school says it is ready to make more dinners
How is one school cook looking to meet the challenge of providing free school meals to all pupils?

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