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 Manchester primary school made history repeat itself this week when it celebrated the 60th anniversary of the opening of the school.
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
Manchester Libraries are challenging kids to find their way through a mythical world of books with this year's Summer Reading Challenge.
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.
Manchester Fayre school catering services are looking to recruit around 130 new Catering Assistants across the city.
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.
Three Manchester schools have been congratulated by Schools Minister David Laws, for being in the top 100 schools nationally for sustained improvement in their exam results over the last three years.
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.
Parents across the city are urged to return their primary school applications before next week's January 15 deadline.
Construction work to transform an area of Beswick into a world class sport and community hub reached its first milestone as project leaders celebrated the topping out of the Connell Sixth Form College
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.
This year's results reveal that Manchester’s A-level pass results are continuing to improve.
A primary school in Moss Side that works with the neighbourhood's parents and residents has won a top national award.
550 Manchester schoolchildren were given the chance to Have a Go at different careers, during a packed and varied day of bite-sized activities at the Etihad Stadium.
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.
Former pupils of Levenshulme High School for Girls were invited back to the school this week to join current pupils for the official opening of their brand new £18.4 million school.
Former Olympians Diane Modhal and Paula Dunn Thomas joined pupils and staff last week for the official opening of the brand new £7.3m Varna Community Primary School in Openshaw, Manchester.
A proposed masterplan for a ‘community campus' in East Manchester - creating sports and leisure facilities, educational opportunities and jobs – will be considered by senior councillors next week.
Citywide GCSE results have continued to rise in Manchester for another successive year as provisional results show that 53.5 per cent of students in the city achieved five or more good GCSEs grades A*-C including English and maths (up from 51.8 per cent last year).
A Didsbury school is celebrating after outperforming the national average for the top A Level grades despite figures falling across the country for the first time.
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.
A flagship facility for children with autism will be officially opened tomorrow (Thursday 12 July) by former Manchester City skipper Paul Lake.
A 1500-strong choir of school children from different Manchester schools joined forces last week to sing a medley of famous Manchester anthems through the years to celebrate the launch of the Manchester Music Hub.
With only weeks to go now until the Olympics get under way, primary school pupils in Manchester have helped write a unique new book celebrating the achievements of Britain's Black Olympic heroes.
A masterclass in Shakespeare's Othello - hip hop style - will be the first class of the day on Monday morning (30 April) for pupils at Whalley Range High School next week.
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
Pupils and staff from Pike Fold Primary School, Blackley, watched with wonder as the first steel that will shape their brand new school was put into place last week.
Young people from two schools in Manchester are creating a timeline of local women who inspire them to celebrate International Women's Day.
A high school in Chorlton has had a major refurbishment bringing it up to the same standard as a new-build school - with a saving of over a million pounds to boot.
A special school in Manchester is celebrating after being told its staff provide a gold plated service to pupils.