Become a Beanstalk reading hero in 2018 and help ensure no child is left...

Local literacy charity Beanstalk has launched a new campaign for 2018 to highlight the extraordinary difference members of the community in Manchester can make...

Slowly improving -Inspectors Report on Manchester’s schools

Ofsted inspectors have recognised significant improvements to children’s services in Manchester and ruled that they are no longer ‘inadequate.’ They conducted a rigorous re-inspection this...

Multi million education boost for Oldham

Multi-million pound funding that aims to help boost education and social mobility in the borough over the next three years has been welcomed by...

Manchester Airport’s Dragons’ Den style enterprise competition raises record breaking sum for local hospitals

Students from St Antony’s Catholic College in Urmston beat 19 other schools from across Greater Manchester to be recognised by business leaders for their...

New proposals could see two year degrees for university students

New proposals for two-year accelerated degrees could leave students over £25,000 better off by doing two year degree courses have been announced today by...

Global prize for Oldham student’s work on women’s literacy

A University of Manchester student from Oldham has been placed among the best in the world for her research project which investigated how women...

1 in 8 of the nation’s most disadvantaged children don’t have a single book...

1 in 8 of the most disadvantaged children say they don’t have a book of their own at home, according to new research published...

MP ‘knocked sideways’ by play about plight of ‘hidden’ young carers in Salford

The UK tour of a play about young carers in Salford drew to a close last night (Tuesday 5 December) with a special performance...

Children ‘should be educated to recognise fake news

EDUCATION must be adapted to help children recognise fake news, according to University of Salford research being presented this week at a global summit...

Millennials in Manchester searching for worthwhile and secure careers

Nearly three-quarters (73%) of students and recent graduates in Manchester feel that emotional rewards in their future career are equally – or more important...

Follow us

527FansLike
211FollowersFollow
27,458FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe
- Advertisement -
digital blanket helps build your business

Latest

Block title

211 Followers
Follow