Urgent calls to get more students online are going unanswered in the third national lockdown, leading to growing concerns about
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.
Growing up with dyspraxia is a constant battle against bullies, ignorance and feelings of inferiority – the only way forward is positive thinking, self-belief and retaining your humility
Dutch with a crutch… and he can’t find the clutch: Inept driver sits Oldham pal’s theory test… but fails it TWICE
Father of five Varmuyan Sirleaf, 46, agreed to do a theory exam as a ‘favour’ for close friend Musa Kormah who feared he would not pass.
A vulnerable man with severe learning disabilities was brutally attacked with an 18-inch pink metal bar in Wigan on Saturday.
Nearly 100 athletes with learning disabilities from across the UK descended on Manchester’s Sportcity over the weekend to take part in the Open National Athletics Championships.
Michael Gove’s changes to GCSE English syllabus ‘sheer laziness’, says award-winning Manchester author
American classics such as To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men were dropped from the GCSE syllabus under new guidelines from Mr Gove.
Forget Industrial Revolution, discover Salford’s medieval story: History and archery group bring past to life
The Salford Archer: A Medieval Tale is a lottery funded project telling the story of what life was like in Salford during medieval England.
‘We love, hurt and feel just like everyone’: Autistic Manchester woman battles for better female diagnosis
More than 700,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder – yet women across the country suffer in silence with the condition every day
This dwarf just got popular: Friends of Grumpy turn abandoned Manchester offices into creative spaces
Grumpy, an acronym and anagram for Greater Manchester Play Resources Unit, are hoping to launch more than 80 creative spaces
Bonjour! Hola! Guten Tag! Multilingual Manchester now language capital of UK with 30% rise in new tongues
Study by Manchester University researchers