Schoolchildren across the UK have been left without the skiing trips they paid for.
John Waite investigates what schools are doing to tackle bullying and to help its victims.
Josie Long presents a series of mini-documentaries exploring the idea of being in limbo.
Three teenagers share the experience of being badly bullied at school.
Dame Emma Thompson and teenagers from across the UK call for action on child food poverty.
Commencement - also known as Degree Day.
Vivienne finds out how 'gifted' children are measured and by whom.
Alan Dein follows the mixed fortunes of a new primary school in its first year.
Alan Dein follows the building of a new primary school... but where are the pupils?
Josie Long hears stories of our desire for time to stop.
Sheila Dillon looks at school catering after Jamie Oliver's acclaimed TV series.
Sheila Dillon is joined by Jeanette Orrey and Hugh McLennan.
Can UK school food be made better by learning from abroad? Sheila Dillon investigates.
Will new meal standards for secondary schools sink the frail school catering sector?
Sheila Dillon follows two schools as they attempt to transform the way their pupils eat.
Sheila Dillon investigates why schools are struggling to provide infant free school meals.
Sheila Dillon asks school food visionaries how the system might be improved in future.
Mariella Frostrup and guests discuss the challenges of the long summer holiday for parents
Sheila Dillon investigates the new School Food Plan and asks if it can make real change.
Sheila Dillon has lunch at the David Young Community Academy