Mobile phones are an intrinsic part of modern society. With the average teenager spending upwards of two hours per day on their smartphones, many schools in Greater Manchester are trying to limit phone usage during the day.
A special measures college has been criticised by Ofsted for failing to take ‘effective action’ to improve its standards despite languishing well below national averages.
Manchester Youth Council is calling for more, and easily accessible, help and support for the city’s young people suffering from mental health problems.
The college has experienced widespread benefits from their involvement with the award winning Pembroke access schemes since their partnership began in 2012
Piece of cake for Bury College pastry student as she scoops prestigious award for second year running
A Bury College student is up for seconds after she retained the title of the North West’s ‘Pastry Chef of the Year’.
Broken-hearted Manchester college tutor jumps to death only weeks after begging to be taken to euthanasia clinic
Vicar’s daughter Rowena Golton, 45, jumped from the top of a building just hours after hospital staff put her severe bout of suicidal depression down to ‘sleep deprivation’.
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.
You’re hired! Coronation Street star Kym Marsh selects Wythenshawe student as celebrity agency apprentice
Kym Marsh has selected a Wythenshawe student to be an apprentice at star-studded agency VIP Appearances
‘Not doing enough to improve’: Oldham school slammed a year after damning Ofsted report rates teaching inadequate
Blessed John Henry Newman RC College still has ‘serious weaknesses’
So as not to forget: MM join Manchester students on painful path to Auschwitz for Holocaust Trust’s anniversary
Journey made for Holocaust Educational Trust’s 25th anniversary
MM discusses the pressure of going to university