22nd May 2024 | By Amber Brooks

Stretford’s own Conversation Café teaches more than just English

Stretford's conversation café teaches more than just English lessons

25th January 2024 | By Amber Brooks

Manchester Metropolitan University staff member receives MBE for services to education and skills

Liz Gorb has changed the game in a groundbreaking approach to higher education. 


21st May 2021 | By Tyrese King

The Public Campaign for the Arts are leading the charge against proposed 50% funding cut to art-based subjects in higher education

The Public Campaign for the Arts are condemning the government’s plan to cut 50% of funding for the arts in higher education. The government plans to create a new separate category...


16th December 2020 | By Tyrese King

Lack of representation in the English literature curriculum leads to calls for change from Penguin Books campaign

Penguin Books has launched a new programme to promote writers from ethnic minority backgrounds in English literature. Partnered with the Runnymede Trust, the charity and the...


13th October 2020 | By Ruby Fandino

Manchester schools close their streets on Clean Air Day for healthier and safer streets

Primary schools across Manchester held street closures as part of Clean Air Day to highlight the benefits of switching off our car engines. Seven primary...


2nd October 2020 | By Georgina Randall

Student teachers due to start placements in Manchester secondary schools ‘scared about infecting pupils’

With the global death rate from Covid-19 now reaching more than one million, trainee student teachers are expressing anxiety about going into schools on placement. They worry...


18th January 2019 | By Elizabeth Harrison

EU complete me: The top reasons why Remainers don’t want to leave the European Union

It’s been a tense week following the rejection from Parliament of Theresa May’s plan to leave the EU after two years of negotiations. The BBC...


18th January 2019 | By Danielle Wroe

People believe Brexit may not have happened if politics was on the school teaching curriculum

Engagement with politics is low. After the Brexit referendum, people are feeling frustrated and in the media we keep hearing the phrase ‘the only certainty...