Trafford school children are taking a stand against crime and antisocial behaviour as part of a junior neighbourhood watch scheme.
‘Empowering teens against extremism’: Manchester youth worker builds app to prevent kids being radicalised
With the rise of ISIS has come a growing fear of our young people being radicalised like Jihadi Jack but a Manchester businesswoman and equality and diversity campaigner might just have the answer with her new app Prevent.
Top of the class: Man Uni’s ‘outstanding and innovative’ Teach First programme gets glowing Ofsted report
Ofsted’s recognition of the University of Manchester’s (UoM) Teach First programme as ‘outstanding’ has been described as ‘extremely pleasing’ by the director of the scheme.
The ‘minor changes’ to GCSE and A-level exam timetables to accomodate Muslim students fasting for Ramadan is not Islam being given special privilege in the UK, says a Rochdale commentator.
A Manchester primary school has been told it requires improvement after an Ofsted inspection found it had been given ‘overgenerous’ evaluations by the council.
Schools in the North West are facing an increasingly difficult battle to raise funds for essential learning equipment, a survey has revealed.
‘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.
Manchester City Council are seeking the views of the public, as they move ahead with plans to create a new school in the city centre, to provide children with a ‘world-class’ education.
A presidentially-approved charity has officially launched in Greater Manchester, encouraging young people head back to school, to help tackle educational inequality.
Manchester pupils from select schools will be able to design their team’s rugby shirt in conjunction with the All Schools programme and kit suppliers Canterbury.
Online lighting retailer Lightbulbs Direct claims that almost a third of all Mancunians – 30% according to their independent survey – can’t change a lightbulb.