A female entrepreneur at the University of Salford has set up a business to provide home-schooling resources in lockdown. The
With the schools shut and population on lockdown, parents and kids are trying to find a way to keep entertained without scrolling through their phone or watching the TV.
A Bolton preschool has turned itself around in record time, jumping from an Ofsted rating of ‘Inadequate’ to ‘Good’ in just four months.
‘Break free and aim higher’: Manchester school for BME kids aims combat trend of ‘settling for mediocrity’
A group of Manchester teachers and professionals are raising money to launch a school for black minority ethnic and under-privileged children.
A Tameside nursery’s outdoor play area is so dangerous that the welfare and safety of the tots is at ‘significant’ risk, according to Ofsted after an inspection last month.
A Greater Manchester kids football club, which is run by four generations of one family, is set to receive a £5,000 grant as part of a campaign to help fund community projects by the OneFamily Foundation.
Churches across Greater Manchester are asking people to come together to bring a little light into the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children, including victims of child sexual exploitation, this Christmas.
‘I was only going to do it for a week’: Help Sale artists create a mosaic to celebrate local lollipop lady’s 45-year career
Sale graphic artists are trying to raise £3,000 to celebrate the 45-year career of local lollipop lady by creating a mosaic on the wall near her crossing.
Every year fireworks are lit across the city to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ failed plot to blow up Parliament and kill King James I.
Just 20% of the children adopted in England last year were over four, even though parents said that over-fours are much less demanding to care for, according to a survey by First4Adoption.
How are babies made? Just one of many questions Manchester parents struggle with from quizzical kids
A new poll has found that mums and dads struggle to answer half of the questions posed to them by their children, whilst a quarter of parents may become liberal with the truth when answering philosophical queries.