Education

“We need to see a change in University system” – Salford MP speaks with students on tuition loans

“We need to see a change in University system” – Salford MP speaks with students on tuition loans

Rebecca Long-Bailey MP met with students to discuss the possibility of reimbursing student loans on a virtual Town Hall meeting […]

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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 […]

A child taking part in one of the workshops. Image: Saira Franklin

“Kids can save lives” – Free First Aid Workshop for Salford Kids

Mini First Aid Salford, Bury and Bolton will be hosting a live first aid workshop tomorrow at 11am, to both […]

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“We wanted to do something within our community” – Children from Moorside Primary School make recycled patchwork blankets for Emmaus Salford

The Willow classes from Moorside Primary school in Swinton, have created patchwork blankets made from recycled crisp packets and donated […]

Shirley Cunningham distributing letters from pupils, Credit: Age UK Salford

Salford Age UK clients “overjoyed” after receiving heart-warming Christmas letters from students

Pupils at Manchester Grammar School have written Christmas letters and poems to be shared amongst older adults supported by Age UK Salford.

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“I want to play my part in helping the next generations receive the best start” – Salford mum starts dream childminding business

A Salford mum has  announced the opening of a new childminding service Bethany Mcroy, 26, has lived in the city […]

Two days left for Walkden and Little Hulton School Raffle

Two days left for Walkden and Little Hulton School Raffle

Only two days remain for a raffle aiming to secure more funds for Walkden and Little Hulton schools. The prize […]

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“It’s for the local community to enjoy” – How a community garden in Salford is teaching children about the great outdoors

The group behind the restoration of a derelict patch of land into a thriving forest garden for children have reflected on a successful first year after waving goodbye to the final visiting group of 2020.

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“Some Christmas cheer at this exceptionally difficult time” – Schools are getting involved in Salford charity’s ‘be kind’ campaign

Schools in Salford are getting involved with a campaign to spread kindness over the festival period. Caritas Salford’s #miracleofkindness campaign, […]

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Blind footballer Azeem Amir hopes to “open up a conversation” in Salford with brand new disability awareness workshops

England blind footballer Azeem Amir is piloting his new disability awareness workshops around Salford to increase understanding towards people with […]