Following the death of Prince Philip, MM remembers the role he played in education in Greater Manchester. In 1967, after
“We do whatever it takes to get to a landmine before another child does,” reads the website of Manchester-based charity
Urgent calls to get more students online are going unanswered in the third national lockdown, leading to growing concerns about
Salford City Council has become the first local authority in England to support the Tech She Can initiative, which aims
In the last three years 54% of state school teachers in the north west have worked at school with children
Teaching black history should be a bigger part of the national curriculum across the UK, according to a Manchester-based performance
Some local education authorities have managed to continue educating and supporting vulnerable children during lockdown.
The government have said it is their plan that pupils in all year groups must return to school next month and Boris Johnson has made it clear that this is non-negotiable.
Children in Scotland return to school today after 6 months out of the classroom. Many pupils have received support from schools to continue learning, but Scottish Tory Jamie Greene believes many provisions have been inadequate.
Coronavirus has widened Britain’s attainment gap – it was always there, but people chose to ignore it
Britain’s overall education scheme isn’t exactly weak. 93% of the school-age population attend state-funded schools, many of which have an excellent record when it comes to securing university places for its pupils.
Watch: International education test sees UK improve but divides opinions in country with lowest score
Amid cancelled exams due to the coronavirus, UK ministers may take comfort from the country’s modest gains in the international PISA tests at the end of last year.