The Childline Annual Review 2018/19 shows 167 Welsh youngsters called the service last year – up from 133 the year before – with concerns about CSE.
Security has been increased at the University of Glasgow following a series of sex attacks.
Telling the difference between a teen’s normal ups and downs and something bigger is among top challenges parents face in identifying youth depression, a new national poll suggests.
Young people must be taught to be discerning and to understand how their views can be manipulated online, a leading headteacher is expected to say.
Applications open for academies and sixth form colleges to access more than £400 million for school improvements.
Liz Boyles, of the Troy Community Consolidated School District 30-C in Illinois, says if school leaders can think of ways to improve tech tools, "odds are other districts could benefit, too."
A Stanford study showed how a fake video fooled teens, and how they could become savvier.
Nationwide screenings for childhood trauma could save millions of tax dollars, prevent premature deaths and diseases and schools would become healthier, happier places for students and teachers.
It is well established that child maltreatment and other childhood adversities are associated with poor outcomes later on in life.
We asked leading superintendents and principals nationwide how they encourage parental involvement. Here's what they had to say.s