Bristol parents say employers are wrongly classing them as keyworkers to get their kids into school
Physical attendance in schools is higher this lockdown, and parents say it's partly because they're being pressured by employers to send their children in.
New Bristol care home for disabled children to open after St Christopher’s closure
The privately-run home closed down in 2019. Now the council wants to fill the gap with in-house services instead of forking out for expensive placements outside Bristol.
Inside Bristol schools during a new academic year like no other
Struggling to access Covid-19 testing, helping disadvantaged kids catch up, and anxieties about another lockdown: Bristol school leaders speak of the challenges of reopening to a new normal.
Barriers in education: 'Bridging the digital divide more pressing now than ever'
Lockdown left many pupils without laptops, it meant missing out on vital learning, school work piling up and stress increasing. As schools tentatively reopen, bridging the digital divide will be a key challenge.
Listen: Bristol Unpacked with Sam Williamson, head teacher on education in one of the UK's most deprived areas
Children's futures almost stolen, inequality made worse by algorithm and education in the time of COVID-19 in some of the UK's most deprived neighbourhoods.
Down but not out: Voices of young people excluded from school
Often marginalised, rarely listened to or understood, the Cable has been working with young people who have left mainstream education to give them a voice.
Exclusive: Special needs school to close amid police probe into care home
St Christopher’s residential home closed last year amid a child cruelty investigation. Now the much-criticised day school will shut its doors in March.
This feels like prison’: we need to talk about school exclusions
Too many children in Bristol are subject to exclusions, which disproportionately impact those from BME and working-class communities, and have been linked to rising youth violence. The system needs to change.
Too many Bristol teachers are leaving the profession. They tell us why.
Amid funding cuts and increased pressure to produce high grades, teachers are leaving the profession, while pupil numbers grow.
The initiative shaking up sex-ed in Bristol
Sex education in schools is limited in its breadth and awkward in its delivery. Could a circus TROUPE with a 12 ft silken labia be the answer?
Music learning is fading out from schools. We’ll lose more than the screech of recorders.
Music lessons were some of my fondest moments of school. But in a city renowned for live music and across the country, music learning is under threat.
Revealed: Thousands of kids are being put in isolation, fuelling schools debate
A Bristol Cable investigation can reveal Bristol schools are sending children to isolation 1,000 times a week, shedding light on the controversial form of discipline where children are removed from class.
Investigating private schools: Not just the fees that are unfair
While state schools are at breaking point, Bristol’s private schools get millions in tax breaks as ‘charitable institutions’ – do they deserve it?