Tag: education

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Salford nursery appeals for seedling kits from M&S shoppers

A Salford children’s nursery is appealing for shoppers to help them collect seedling kits from Marks and Spencers. As part […]

Students and mentors at the DEVAhack workshop

“I’ve learnt to give myself more credit for what I can do” Digital workshop comes to Media City

Last week DEVA Hack (Digital Entrepreneurs and Video Artists Hackathon), came to Media City to develop college student’s digital skills. […]

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Researcher to teach parents to deal with kids affected by alcoholic pregnancies

A researcher from the University is developing a training programme for parents and carers of people with alcohol foetal spectrum […]

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“Our CEO refuses to agree with national wage for sixth form teachers” – Salford City College strikes continue

Salford City College employees have continued striking in protest of wages outside the Future Skills building on Langworthy Road. After […]

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Salford City College staff strike following cuts to 16-19 education

Salford City College staff have been on strike this week to protest against further funding cuts to 16-19 education. The […]

‘The most important part of reading is sharing it with those around you’- Look for a Book project comes to Salford

‘The most important part of reading is sharing it with those around you’- Look for a Book project comes to Salford

‘Look for a Book’ is a new project launched in Salford which aims to make reading fun and accessible to […]

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“There’s more and more people who need our help”- Salford charity boss appeals for furniture donations

A charity based in Little Hulton is appealing for donations of second hand furniture to help deprived people in Salford.  […]

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Salford students raise money for schools in Ghana

Students from The University of Salford Ghanaian society are raising £10,000 to fund ‘The Better Education Project’, in partnership with DstinationGhana, by December 2019.

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Parents in Irlam are asking for a school bus to end “nightmare” commute for children

Parents from Irlam and Cadishead are calling for a direct school bus service to bring their children to school “safely and on time”. A petition set up three days ago for a school bus to be routed from Irlam and Cadishead to Culcheth High School had already received 137 signatures at the time of writing.

Susan Crabb at the Welcome Centre.

Wai Yin Society offers free second-language English lessons in Salford

Salford residents wanting to learn English as a second language are being offered free lessons in Little Hulton and Pendleton. […]