The video Inspiring Stories has been created as part of the city’s Youth Day – a day of activities organised by young people for young people which celebrates the contribution young Salfordians make to their city.
Teachers at Gorton school ‘do not understand purpose of marking,’ 18 months after damning Ofsted report
Manchester school fails to improve standards.
Failing Salford school bring in outside help to battle damning Ofsted report branding them ‘inadequate’
Clarendon Road Community School bring help from Willow Tree Primary.
Labour’s Ian Stewart promises ‘social change’, as he becomes Salford’s first ever directly elected mayor
Labour’s Ian Stewart has become Salford’s first ever directly-elected mayor.
Conservative candidate claims Salford mayoral first round ‘not a total walkover by Labour’ despite 12K vote difference
The conservative candidate vying to become Salford’s mayor has claimed that the first round of results do not convey a total walkover.
Labour dominant in votes over Conservatives as two main parties face off for Salford Mayoral election second count
Labour candidate Ian Stewart has a dominating lead over the Conservative’s Karen Garrido as second count announced.
Salford’s mayoral election has gone to a second count, after candidates failed to gain the necessary 50% needed first time around.
Salford City Leader of the Council has suggested that today’s Mayoral elections are likely to go to a second vote.
Labour crushed the opposition in the Salford City elections last night, snatching seats from both the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives
A Salford council leader is questioning The Guardian’s campaign to investigate last summer’s riots
Salford mother pleased council postpones plans to cut education support for deaf children but stresses more needs to be done