Salford City Academy is relaunching it’s #SCArocks campaign for over the Easter holidays. The relaunch encourages people in the local […]
Plans to expand Springwood Primary School have moved forwards. Today, the City Mayor made a decision to move plans forward […]
Salford City Academy students and staff are having a non-uniform day this Friday, March the 19th, to raise money for Comic […]
Schools in Salford are getting involved with a campaign to spread kindness over the festival period. Caritas Salford’s #miracleofkindness campaign, […]
Primary schools around Salford have joined a national scheme to combat social isolation by writing personalised messages for care home […]
Salford families are receiving weekly shopping vouchers amid schools closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. These vouchers are for children […]
Salford Schools will now be able to access free period products for all students, following the launch of a new […]
Officers from GMP Salford have been working with Salford City Academy to design a new knife crime logo. Sergeant Simon […]
Almost seven in 10 children in secondary state education in Salford are attending an underperforming school, new figures reveal. The latest school performance tables show that only three state-funded secondary schools in Salford have achieved progress scores above average, while nine showed scores “well below” England levels.
Pupils from 10 different schools across Salford voted for their favourite book at this years’ Salford Children’s Book Award. The winner, The 1,000 Year Old Boy by Ross Welford.