The results are in and Manchester’s schools are celebrating an impressive set of exam results for yet another year.
Lying prone on a table, naked to the waist and with multiple fine pronged needles sticking from their backs, acupuncture patients hardly look a picture of serenity and calm.
The ‘minor changes’ to GCSE and A-level exam timetables to accomodate Muslim students fasting for Ramadan is not Islam being given special privilege in the UK, says a Rochdale commentator.
A,B,Cs and lots of A*s! Results day celebrations in order for Manchester students as pass rates rise across city
After months of anticipation, Manchester students are celebrating as A-level pass grades are up across the city this year.
As the anticipation for A-level results day builds for teens across Manchester, mums and dads should be preparing to act as careers advisers, according to a recent study.
Figures show that race inequality remains to be a stringent issue across areas of higher education, including staffing, admissions and employment.
It was decision day for Manchester students as A-level results were released – but national figures took a hit for the first time in more than 30 years.
Work is expected to be completed in 2014.
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Age limit lowered for Scottish referendum.
Manchester uni choose not to advertise last minute places, because remaining students lack ‘required grades’
56,600 less university acceptances across UK than at same stage last year.
Degree or not degree? That is the question Manchester’s A-level students will be asking on results day today.