After watching the news and reading stories of the desperate migrant situation in Calais, a Mobberley teacher and mother of four has decided to join the volunteer movement there.
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.
A man who consistently gave a ‘pack of lies’ to everyone has been jailed after he murdered a woman and left her wrapped in a duvet for emergency services to collect.
A teaching support worker from Bury who created several fake Facebook profiles in order to befriend young boys online has been imprisoned after grooming a pupil online.
A religious studies teacher from Salford used his position as a ‘respected’ member of the community to sexually assault young girls – one victim was just seven-years-old when the abuse began – a sentencing hearing at Manchester Crown Court heard.
Hannah Alridge, a year five teacher at Wistaston Academy in Crewe, uploaded the photo on Friday to highlight to her pupils how fast information can travel online as part of Safer Internet Day.
A ‘dishonest’ head teacher was last week banned indefinitely from teaching after she deliberately withheld a previous dismissal for allegedly bullying staff and abusing a child in a Manchester school.
With this case in mind, MM took to the streets and asked: Can a 16-year-old school girl be blamed for grooming a teacher?
A sick Oldham teacher who groped nine boys while they sat on his knee and read out passages in front of the school has today been jailed.
The kids say stay: Scotland delivers 73% ‘no’ vote… in Manchester Grammar’s mock independence referendum
The mock referendum, which involved 1,500 pupils aged seven to 18 and 300 teachers, saw the school transformed into a polling station between 8am and 5pm
More students need to take up Mandarin if Manchester is to be competitive and bring in Chinese business claims leading business initiative Manchester–China Forum.