How has the pandemic affected the poorest children in Kenya, where schools are closed and millions are unable to access remote learning
A partnership between The University of Manchester, The Phillips Foundation and Global Action Plan (GAP) has been launched to tackle the rising issues with air pollution around the city
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
Hannah Vallance argues Corbyn’s pledge to change the way the British Empire is remembered and taught is fundamental in order to understand Britain’s place in the world today.
The aim of the scheme is to get more 5-11 year-olds taking part in sport.
Would the opening up of new grammar schools really help create the meritocratic society envisaged by Mrs May?
The reintroduction of grammar schools is another step in the wrong direction. Britain needs to update its education system to truly suit the needs of students and teachers
Dolly Busby reviews the University of Manchester Drama Society’s Education, Education, Education
The award-winning Trojan Horse is a new play telling the true story of ‘hardline’ Muslim teachers and governors facing accusations of extremism
Olivia Stringer suggests we need to begin to educate children on the impacts of eating meat in order to work towards a more sustainable future.
Labour mayor Andy Burnham was put under the spotlight by members of the public in a Q and A style event.
Performing at the Museum of Science and Industry as part of Manchester Science Festival, the Robot orchestra, built by and for the community, used an eclectic blend of engineering and music to inspire the public to become more involved in science