In the last three years 54% of state school teachers in the north west have worked at school with children
The government have said it is their plan that pupils in all year groups must return to school next month and Boris Johnson has made it clear that this is non-negotiable.
An alarming number of teachers have been forced to go on long-term stress leave in the North West.
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,B,Cs and lots of A*s! Results day celebrations in order for Manchester students as pass rates rise across city
After months of anticipation, Manchester students are celebrating as A-level pass grades are up across the city this year.
Christine Blower, general secretary of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), says the body would need to work with the ‘whole of education’ to create a culture for their own needs and not the government.
John Morgan, secretary for the Manchester Union of Teachers (NUT), believes that teachers are being forced out of the profession through ‘intolerable pressure’ by Ofsted.
As the GCSE results gender gap widens, a Manchester education boss is claiming the exams don’t just make boys feel stupid but girls too ‘even when they’re not’.
In Manchester, hundreds of trade union members packed out Piccadilly Gardens, including petitioning teachers, council staff and librarians, which follows disputes with the government over pay, pensions and cuts