Parents with children in their final year of primary school are urged not to miss the deadline for applying for their child's school place.
Residents in Crumpsall and Cheetham Hill have welcomed the opening of a new nursery block at the Abraham Moss Centre.
A brand new high school could be established in central Manchester to meet the increasing demand for places, if outline proposals are agreed by the council's Executive committee this week.
Manchester's youngsters are celebrating as provisional results show that 51 per cent of students achieved five or more GCSE grades A*- C including English and maths.
Parents across the city are being urged to turn their thoughts to school in order to ensure they don't miss the 31 October deadline for applying for their child's secondary school place next Autumn.
Students across Manchester are again celebrating academic triumph as top results across the city improve year-on-year.
A group of Manchester school students will have their historical garden design featured in this week’s prestigious Tatton Park flower show, which is open to visitors from Wednesday to Sunday.
A group of six Parrs Wood High School pupils came out top in a national debating contest. The talented teens made Parrs Wood the first school outside of London to win the Deutsche Bank Debate Mate Cup
Young people from across Manchester have been honoured by the Lord Mayor in the city’s annual Educational awards. This week’s event celebrated pupils’ achievements within their schools and communities
A learning support assistant at Parrs Wood High School has returned to the classroom after fighting her way to a Silver medal at the Women's European Boxing Championship in Bucharest.
Youngsters and teachers at three Whalley Range primaries are working with residents to improve south Manchester neighbourhoods – and the call has gone out for more schools to join them.
After a five year development, the Abraham Moss Centre is ready to re-establish its role at the heart of the Crumpsall and Cheetham communities, providing valuable services for North Manchester.
Manchester youngsters are set to learn more about the desperate journeys faced by Jewish families as they fled homes - and countries - to escape the Holocaust during World War II.
More than 1,400 schoolchildren were offered the chance to have a go at interactive activities designed to help them choose their future career, at a skills event held in Manchester.
Learners and inspectors alike have praised Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES), which is successfully giving local people the skills and confidence they need to secure sustainable employment.
Local schools will present to a panel of judges at the Etihad Stadium who they think should be immortalised in East Manchester.
A group of Manchester youngsters have named a pair of camera cars which will be looking out for motorists parking illegally outside the city’s primary schools.
Children across Manchester have helped raise money for their schools by recycling four tonnes of old clothes.
A brand new Manchester Schools' Alliance and a Strategic Education Partnership are to be set up to help further improve education and skills in the city, and as a response to the nationally changing educational landscape.
Manchester City Council’s school meal provider Manchester Fayre has cooked up another success story, with figures showing an increase in school meal take-up across the city for the third year running.
Pupils and staff at Old Moat Primary School, Withington have celebrated the opening of their brand new £7.7m school building this week with a 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' themed ceremony.
Pupils at the Creative and Media Academies in north Manchester have mucked in to help roll out the living green roof of their brand new £38 million school building that is currently under construction