And second Cambridge Schools Eco-Council meeting schedules invite to Sir David Attenborough to talk at protest on April 12
We explore the work of the Gurdon Institute's Dr Meri Huch, who was highly commended at our Science and Technology Awards 2018
Hundreds of children plan march to protest school funding cuts, writes Donna Ferguson
The festival draws to a close with events at University of Cambridge sites, Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge Biomedical Campus
Thousands flocked to the Guildhall and university buildings for hands-on activities and talks, which continue this weekend
Climate march in pictures - plus open letter to all Cambridgeshire schools to join eco-council
Hundreds of students have taken to Cambridge's street as part of the movement inspired by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg.
Computer game contest showcases regional flair for creativity in schools and colleges
Hundreds of teachers and education professionals attended the second Cambridgeshire Festival of Education on Saturday.
Jagex design director Mark Ogilvie on the July 7-9 competition for schools and colleges
Every one of them is being dubbed a 'flamingo of hope' because they want to optimistically and joyfully celebrate the teaching profession as 'the best job in the world'.