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Two Oldham teens have each secured four offers, the most possible via the UK university admissions process, to study for a degree in Medicine this September.
Date Published 16/04/2018
More than 2,000 youngsters from across the town took part in the 34th annual staging of the Oldham Primary School Choral Speaking Festival, which was again held at the Coliseum...
Date Published 03/04/2018
Dr Mary Bousted - Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union - visited North Chadderton School.
Date Published 29/03/2018
Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham was joined by Elaine Wyllie, founder of the Daily Mile, to celebrate Greater Manchester’s commitment to becoming the world’s first Daily...
Date Published 28/03/2018
More than 2,000 school pupils from across Greater Manchester gathered at the Regional Athletics Arena for the opening ceremony of the 2018 Greater Manchester’s Winter School...
Date Published 23/03/2018
An action-packed primary school staff football tournament took place to mark the official re-opening of the all-weather pitches at Greenhill Academy on Harmony Street, Oldham.
Oldham’s primary school pupils were given the chance to find out about the world of work from leading local businesses, thanks to an event organised by MPLOY Solutions and Oldham...
Date Published 20/03/2018
Schools in Chadderton have been kitted out with potentially life-saving defibrillators.
Date Published 15/03/2018
Ann Heslin is doing her bit for her son Padraig's school - Kingfisher in Chadderton - by shaving off her hair!
Youngsters across the town will be hard at work this week practising for the 34th Oldham Primary School Choral Speaking Festival, which this year will be held at the Coliseum...
Date Published 13/03/2018
Newman College drama students delivered a memorable production of 'Little Shop of Horrors'.
Date Published 08/03/2018
The Oldham Academy North has achieved not only the highest Progress 8 score in Oldham, but the fifth best score in Greater Manchester in the 2016-17 academic year.
Date Published 07/03/2018
Oldham Gotta Dance, the Oldham Schools’ Dance competition, is back for a second year with 22 local schools set to compete for the coveted title of champions.
Date Published 06/03/2018
The Holy Trinity C of E primary school in Dobcross has been providing a high standard of education for local children since 1958.
With two full year groups set to take their places in September, it’s all systems go for Oldham’s newest school, Oasis Academy Leesbrook.
Date Published 01/03/2018
New data has shown that Oasis Academy Oldham is one of the top 20 most improved secondary schools in the country.
Manchester United star Juan Mata recently took part in activities to celebrate World Book Day as he donated Spanish books to a primary school in Oldham.
One of Oldham’s most recognisable and popular landmarks – the clock tower at Werneth Primary School – is being restored to its former glory.
Date Published 28/02/2018
It’s faced its challenges over the past decade or so, but the Roundthorn Primary Academy continues to flourish under the guidance of Executive Principal Lisa Needham.
Date Published 27/02/2018
He did it! St Joseph's primary school's intrepid deputy head Steve Hill MBE has completed his toughest charity challenge yet.
Manchester’s Portico Library has invited schools from across the north-west to enter their students for the Portico Sadie Massey awards, which are aimed at encouraging a love of...
Date Published 26/02/2018
A student from Crompton House Sixth Form College has been selected to compete at the UK finals of a science and engineering competition after an exciting individual project caught...
Date Published 20/02/2018
Former state students in Oldham are to help transform current students’ opportunities and give them a better start in life by going back to their old schools in an initiative to...
Date Published 19/02/2018
During the February half term, many children across Oldham will doubtless have been spending more time in the kitchen.
Date Published 16/02/2018
Schools in Oldham are being encouraged to register for the Schools’ Buying Hub North West, a free advice and support service focused on releasing savings for schools.
Date Published 15/02/2018
Employers in the UK have cut investment in staff training by 25-per-cent over two decades, a post-Brexit business and skills debate heard.
Date Published 13/02/2018
Richmond Academy in Oldham has forged a new partnership with Kimathi Primary School in Kenya as part of Connecting Classrooms, a unique global education programme.
Date Published 09/02/2018
After some amazing past charity challenges which have included climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Mont Blanc and trekking through the Sahara Desert – to name but a few – St Joseph’s...
The hugely prestigious Educate Awards has excitedly announced that judges are widening its reach in to Greater Manchester.
Date Published 05/02/2018
Pupils and staff at Hulme Grammar School were among many across the borough who commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day.
Date Published 02/02/2018
New outdoor learning equipment to help further develop the children’s physical skills and to get the children to challenge themselves has opened at St Anne`s CE Lydgate Primary...
Date Published 22/11/2017
Staff and children at East Crompton St James' CE Primary School joined millions of others in raising funds for BBC's Children In Need.
Oldham’s newest secondary school, Oasis Academy Leesbrook, has held its first ever open evening – and parents were so impressed they were signing up there and then for their child...
Date Published 20/11/2017
Every school pupil in the borough is being called on to pick up at least one piece of rubbish every day to help their school be crowned litter champions.
Date Published 01/11/2017
Royton and Crompton School welcomed Colonel Phil Harrison, Army Regional Commander (NW) on Wednesday 4 October as the school signed the Armed Forces Covenant and plans to set up a...
Date Published 12/10/2017
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