Tag: education

Credit: Daniel Hunter

Reception school teacher cycling over 2,000 miles to raise money for pupils

Daniel Hunter, a reception teacher at St Paul’s CE Primary School, has taken on a challenge to cycle 2,021 miles […]

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“It’s opened my eyes to all sorts of potential hazards” – first aid group offers baby and child first aid courses in Salford

A local first aid group is set to hold a 2-hour course on first aid for treating children next month […]

Lea Reveley at Winton Park (Copyright Credit - permission to use by Lea Reveley)

Eccles-born children’s author leaves signed books in Salford parks

Eccles born author Lea Reveley, has been dropping off packs of signed copies of her book “Tommy’s Unstoppable Gran & The Magic Potion” in Salford parks.

Easter #SCArocks Credit: Salford City Academy

Salford City Academy relaunches #SCArocks campaign over the Easter holidays

Salford City Academy is relaunching it’s #SCArocks campaign for over the Easter holidays. The relaunch encourages people in the local […]

“Supporting the next generation”: Stage Directions teams up with acclaimed theatre company to work with Pendleton students

“Supporting the next generation”: Stage Directions teams up with acclaimed theatre company to work with Pendleton students

Stage Directions, a Salford arts programme, has commissioned ThickSkin to work with students from Pendleton Sixth Form College on a […]

Art with Heart , credit: Sam Ryley, permission for use from Rachel Moorhouse

“How do we create a world that is good for us all?” – The Salford creative arts company making a difference across Greater Manchester

Art with Heart, based in Islington Mill, Salford, is a people led creative arts company that make high quality, accessible […]

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“It’s about understanding”- The team of Salford students tackling the stigma surrounding periods

Code Pink, a project hoping to reduce both the stigma around periods and the effects of period poverty, have recently […]

A class studying broadcast journalism and radio production. Image: Joe Barnwell and CSIN

“The key to everything is education”- The unsung heroes taking to the streets and the classroom to tackle Salford’s biggest issues

A Salford organisation with a wide range of services has been helping people through some of their toughest times during […]

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“We have to have hope for our children” – Swinton headteacher writes pandemic diary with a twist

Over the past year, teachers have been at the forefront of the Coronavirus pandemic. From ensuring classrooms abide by social […]

Credit: Steph Green at Stage Directions.

“Using theatre to thrive” – The theatre-making programme offering Salford’s children a free creative workshop

Salford theatre-making programme ‘Stage Directions’ will host a free online creative classroom this Thursday, February 11. “Theatre Thursday” will be […]