The controversial 11+ exam perpetuates the school system’s dangerous relationship with elitism and mental health illnesses, and dictates a lasting and unhealthy attitude towards school and exams for many young people, writes Cachella Smith.
Thinking of making a complaint, but unsure of the process?
The £20 million consortium of universities and industry leads aims to fill the UK digital skills gap
Eventual adds a shared virtual reality experience for classrooms to their VR Platform
Nor are they “bastions of academic integrity”. The way we think about universities is outdated
While the specific nature of Brexit remains unclear, questions about the future are addressed at the University of Manchester, hosted by the Students’ Union
We spoke to Emma about the issues she has been tackling, particularly the TEF
Manchester Students’ Union’s Education Officer argues that the Teaching Excellence Framework threatens to inject further elitism into Higher Education
In spite of doubts cast by Brexit, EU students have been reassured by the British government that they will still be eligible for funding at UK Universities
This year’s event is sure to get your mind firing on all pistons — but what about the speakers, what makes them tick?
The aim of the scheme is to get more 5-11 year-olds taking part in sport.
James Huyton talks of the continued hope in the light of World AIDS Day
“There are certain people within the NUS who are ideologically opposed to free and liberated education” claims NEC Parents and Carers representative
As we continue our theme of black history month, this week Ellie Tivey talks to UoM senior lecturer Anindita Ghosh to discuss why history classrooms around the country are severely lacking in education on colonialism and how this is affecting our understandings of the world
The annual Pint of Science Festival is back again from the 15th–17th May, bringing together the wonders of science and the comfort (and beer!) of Manchester’s best bars and clubs
Pressure is mounting on MPs to make Sex and Relationships Education and PSHE compulsory after the release of a damning report by the British Humanist Association
Arguments about the decolonisation of higher education courses have reached a new low, with the suggestion that science is racist