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Snow White comes to Swinton to celebrates World Book Day
Celebrating World Book Day on March 5th 2015, St. Mark’s R.C. Primary School in Swinton will welcome some real life traditional story characters!Characters from stories such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Rapunzel, The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff, Jack and the Beanstalk, Sinbad, Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and even BIG BO PEEP will have escaped from their stories!! All the children and staff will come to school as traditional story characters to celebrate World Book Day, b...
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Rojo and Mata stun Swinton High...
It was a very interesting day at The Swinton High School yesterday as they welcomed two new students for the afternoon, Juan Mata ...
Salford City College students need your...
A group of Media Production students from Salford City College’s FutureSkills have made it to the semi-finals of a competition bei...
Salford City College receives UK Quality...
Following a review in November 2014, the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) has confirmed the quality and standar...
Six months to build classrooms for...
By Tom Rodgers A building firm has won a £3.9 million contract to construct 14 new classrooms at two primary schools as the cit...
New Eccles playgroup plan for parents...
By Josh Dyson Two local mums are planning new playgroup to bring together children with special needs and their parents.
Work starts on £3.9m Mesne Lea...
By Tom Rodgers Mesne Lea Primary School in Walkden hosted an official turf cutting ceremony on Thursday 12 February to mark the...
Former home turned into classroom for...
12 new primary school places for children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) are to be created to bring a former Salford childr...
South American coati lands in Salford
An inquisitive and playful mammal has taken up residence at her new home in Eccles.
Salford primaries win £1,000 in Pupil...
Two Salford primary schools have been praised as among the best in the country for using extra funding to help disadvantaged child...
Oxbridge offers for Pendleton students
Two students from Salford City College’s Pendleton Sixth Form Centre are celebrating after being offered places at two of the best...
Salford students cue up to see...
Six-time World Snooker Champion Steve Davis paid a visit to Salford City College’s Snooker Academy at the City Skills Sixth Form C...
St Paul's Peel school in Little...
The primary school on Stocksfield Drive has closed due to staff and parents being unable to access the school.
Salford grad's amazing race for Malawi...
A Salford Unversity graduate is set to run a gruelling 35-mile ultra marathon to help build new school classrooms for Malawian orp...
Apprenticeship vacancies almost doubled in Salford
The number of apprenticeship vacancies in Salford hits a high as the city’s employers back a new generation of workers.
Salford City Academy’s former student returns...
Former Salford City Academy student Nathan Dickson is back at his old school, only this time around as a teacher.
Salford University link with Glasgow to...
The University of Salford has held a cross-border workshop on how social enterprises can help tackle health inequalities.
Salford City College announces pioneering ‘Career...
Last week industry professionals from the media sector joined staff and students from Salford City College at the BBC’s Quay House...
Salford 'child tracker' app wins £10k...
A smartphone app developed by a Salford University academic has won a £10,000 prize from Research Councils UK.
Salford City College joins £22m...
Salford's hardest to reach pupils will be targeted in a new two-year outreach project to encourage more young people to go into hi...
Salford City College photography students to...
For the first time ever, photography students from Salford City College’s Eccles Sixth Form Centre will present their images exter...
Council to invest £283,000 in new...
Salford City Council has allocated over £280,000 to bring in new staff at New Park special needs high school in Eccles.
Watch: #itsnotokay - Salford pupils take...
Salford students have launched a video to highlight a growing concern over the sexual exploitation of children.
Salford City College students get to...
Hundreds of students at Salford City College’s Pendleton Sixth Form Centre were given an introduction to computer science last wee...
Murdered Salford aid worker honoured at...
A pioneering student who was murdered in Sri Lanka in 2011 has been honoured with a suite named after him at Salford University.
Salford City Academy overcomes 'serious weakness'...
By Tom Rodgers Ofsted inspectors have given a Salford high school a much needed boost in their latest monitoring visit.
Salford standards on the up but...
By Tom Rodgers School standards across the city are getting better but secondary schools remain a problem for educators, new fi...
Salford Media Make-Up students pamper pupils...
Media Make-Up students from Salford City College’s FutureSkills and Walkden Sixth Form Centre gave an extra special make-over to t...
Salford students gain work experience at...
Students from Salford City College’s FutureSkills and Walkden Sixth Form Centre were lucky enough to be offered work experience at...
Salford University Vice-Chancellor Martin Hall to...
Professor Martin Hall will step down as Vice-Chancellor in June 2015, Salford University has announced.
St Ambrose Barlow pupils scoop top...
Four Year 11 pupils from St Ambrose Barlow RC High School are the National Winners of a prestigious design competition.
£20k sensory room opened at Springwood...
Springwood School in Salford has opened its new multi-sensory studio to help young children with special needs to learn.
Salford Business School wins Times Higher...
Salford Business School won the Business School of the Year title at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards last night Thursday 2...
UK first: Social enterprise 'Gold Mark'...
The University of Salford has been recognised with Social Enterprise ‘Gold Mark’ at a special event held at the House of Commons.
Harriet Harman calls for ‘creative devolution’...
Harriet Harman MP has called for ‘creative devolution’ to follow political and economic devolution in a keynote speech at the Nati...
Students to quiz Jeremy Kyle at...
University of Salford students will have the chance to put Jeremy Kyle on the spot this week as part of a unique programme of even...
All Hallows pupils score £1,000 for...
Young entrepreneurs at All Hallows RC High School in Salford have won a Dragon's Den-style competition for their innovative busine...
Bright spark Kane's candle business is...
Budding entrepreneur Kane Whitehouse, aged 14, has his sights set on a bright future, care of his Yankee Candle business.
Speaking and Listening Action Day...
Salford City Academy students were asked to listen and learn when they took part in a Speaking and Listening Action Day (SALAD).
Future of TV Licence fee up...
It is a decision that could change the face of the nation’s public broadcaster forever and affect more than 25 million households ...
Blackadder producer goes forth to Twenty...
The serious business of bringing comedy to the TV screen will be brought to life by the creators of BBC hits Twenty Twelve and W1A...
University of Salford appoints new Chancellor
The distinguished, award-winning writer of fiction, poetry and plays, Jackie Kay MBE, has been appointed by the University of Salf...
UTC@MediaCityUK open days
Choosing a new school is a big deal, so UTC@MediaCityUK are giving young people a chance to get a real taste of what they’re all a...
Ofsted 'spot-check' over Salford schools concerns
Education bosses at Salford City Council say they are pleased by praise from Ofsted after decent results from a recent inspection....
Alan Milburn calls for action...
Rt Hon Alan Milburn, Chair of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, called on government, employers and educators to d...
Eccles primary school rated as 'Outstanding'...
By Teresa McMahon A primary school in Eccles is celebrating success after receiving a glowing Ofsted report and being awarded a...
TV Licensing staff to help at...
TV Licensing advisors will be at Salford University throughout the day on Monday 15th and 22nd September in the foyer area at the ...
More Yellow School Buses on the...
Hundreds more Greater Manchester pupils will be going green this term – by catching a new yellow school bus.
Congratulations to Salford students as GCSE...
Salford teenagers have been urged not to be disheartened after national changes to GCSEs affected pass rates in the city.
Salford City Academy students celebrate GSCE...
Students and staff at Salford City Academy are celebrating receiving the school’s GCSE results today.
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