Rayner pledges to change lives in the way that hers was changed

The next Labour Government will create a National Education Service, a cradle-to-grave system supporting everyone throughout their lives. That was the pledge made at the...

Mancunicans challenged to ‘drop everything and read’ for ten minutes this week on World...

Children and adults across Manchester are being challenged to ‘drop everything and read’ for ten minutes on National Poetry Day Everyone across the city is...

Rayner’s warning on Cost of holiday childcare in North West rose by a quarter...

Shadow Education Secretary and Greater Manchester MP has warned that childcare costs are rocketing just as the government’s new free entitlement fell dramatically short of...

Class of 92 go back to school

Is there no end to their talents Property, regeneration?  restaurants and of course a football, but now the Class of 92 are turning their talents...

Libraries are closing all over the country-but not in Salford

More libraries, doubled opening hours, new state of the art IT equipment and extra services could all be on the books for library users...

Homophobic and transphobic bullying in Manchester schools doubles in just two years.

High schools in Manchester reported more than 600 incidents of homophobic and transphobic bullying over the last five years, a report released by prominent...

Girlguiding Manchester pin hopes on newly-launched badge to help with creating caring communities and...

A trial run of a first of its kind Girlguiding Manchester badge, that reached out to those who may feel lonely, is being formally...

Stockport and Trafford Colleges announce merger plans

Stockport College and Trafford College have announced their intention to merge in order to create a single, larger and more sustainable college that is...

1 in 5 parents not reading to kids

Book People research discovers one in five UK parents do not spend any time reading with their primary school age children New research commissioned by...

Lemn Sissay launches innovative scheme to boost number of black males in legal sector

Poet and broadcaster Lemn Sissay, the Chancellor of The University of Manchester, is launching a new university bursary designed to increase the number of...

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