Triple Whammy for Oldham’s music

Talented pupils from Oldham’s Music Centre are celebrating thre‘e-major’ successes. The Oldham Youth Wind Band was the first to hit the right notes last month...

Meet your future-Behind-the-scenes access to the world of work to be offered to 1,000...

One thousand young people from across Greater Manchester are to be offered the chance to gain a taste of the world of work by...

Tens of thousands of pupils in “zombie schools” awaiting rebrokering

There are now tens of thousands of pupils in so-called “zombie schools”, those academies that are awaiting rebrokering, as the number of academies that...

Children in Manchester as young as four are concerned about The Planet in 2019

New research out today reveals that ‘being kind to others’, ‘people not having enough to eat’ and ‘protecting animals and their habitats’, are among...

North worst hit as Funding for special educational needs cut by 17% per pupil...

Government spending on support for children and young people with the most complex Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) has failed to keep pace...

Salford charity undertakes vital cancer screening in Africa

WOMEN in one of the world’s poorest countries are to be screened and offered same-day treatment for cancer by a charity based at the...

Illegal primary class crowding in the North West under Tories say Labour party figures

In the North West, the number of key stage one (KS1) infants in classes over 30 has increased by 160 per cent since 2011,...

Manchester is the second most popular city for new graduates

The think tank Centre for Cities, in partnership with the University of Manchester, has found that Manchester is the UK’s second most popular destination...

How Big is The TEFL Market in 2019?

The TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) market is continually growing and is set to boom again in 2019. Key factors to consider: The...

A survey reveals the rising tide of pupil poverty

Hundreds of secondary schools in England and Wales have reported a rising tide of pupil poverty in a survey conducted by the...