Four in five schools worse off under Government spending plans

New figures, released today by the School Cuts coalition, reveal that four in five of England’s schools will be worse off next year than...

Oldham College wins a prestigious Princess Royal Training Award

Oldham College has won a prestigious Princess Royal Training Award (PRTA) for its flagship Teaching for Distinction programme. The accolade – the first ever for...

In School effort to help end North West teacher crisis

A new initiative is being launched in the classroom to ease the chronic shortage of teachers in schools in the North West of England. Schools...

Peterloo Learning Resources for young people go live

A learning programme that will enable young people to explore what happened at the Peterloo Massacre in 1819 and its role in the evolution...

Rayner-OFSTED’s ratings reflect school’s affluence not its achievements.

Shadow Education Secretary and Greater Manchester MP Angela Rayner has pledged that a next Labour Government will abolish the school’s Inspectorate OFSTED. Labour’s will replace...

Almost one in five children left education at 18 last year without basic qualifications

The Children’s Commissioner’s analysis reveals that in 2018, 98,799 children in England, 18% of all school leavers left education at 18 without substantive qualifications This...

Education Secretary backs calls for ending of unconditional offers for University students

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has backed a review of university admissions, which will consider whether students should apply to university after getting their A...

Back to school! New support programme helps prevent anxiety about moving to secondary school

primary2secondary is a new online support programme to help parents of children entering Year 6. Every September, approximately 750,000* children enter Year 6, and...

Mainstream schools should be incentivised to take in more children with special needs, to...

The Local Government Association, which represents councils, says the Government should use the upcoming Spending Round to boost provision of support for pupils with...

GCSE students at The Manchester College make the grade

The Manchester College is celebrating amazing achievements after its GCSE students received the College’s best ever grades this results day, Thursday 22 August. Students achieved...