A vaccine may be the only way of completely eradicating the deadly virus sweeping across Britain. The National Flu Immunisation Programme has taken years to mass-produce a vaccine for people of all ages, a vaccine for Coronavirus may face a similar time frame for maximum effect.
The bassist and co-founder of Joy Division and New Order visited Buile Hill Academy in Pendleton, to inspire pupils and discuss his remarkable career in the music business.
‘We want them to have a successful life’: Headteacher aiming high as Ofsted praise failing Oldham school
The executive principle of an Oldham school deemed inadequate by Ofsted is aiming high after the education watchdog commended his leadership.
A Manchester day-care centre has been branded inadequate and a ‘significant risk to children’s safety’ after inspectors witnessed children falling over on its hole-laden outdoor play area.
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.
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 remarkable turnaround in the last two years has seen Bolton’s Castle Hill Primary School’s Ofsted report jump to an overall good rating from requiring improvement in all areas at the last inspection.
Scrapping ICT GCSE and A Levels for computer science because they are ‘in a similar space’ is like saying ‘stitching footballs and playing football are the same thing’, argues a developement informatics professor.
Paws off Parrs Wood! ‘Fear of government’ only reason top Manchester school faces reform, warn teachers union
Parents, teachers and unions are in despair as one of Manchester’s largest and most successful schools faces imminent academisation ‘out of fear’, claims the National Union of Teachers.