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Staffordshire University have responded to criticism this past week, over the rising grade inflation row.
Staffordshire University has launched a new simulation suite to provide nurses with training in patient…
Maths, science, English, languages, P.E, R.E, art. All subjects expected to be seen on the…
Schools, colleges and academies in Stoke-on-Trent face changes to their budgets as government funding will affect them in the forthcoming year. Additional money has been added, or taken away, from schools as a new national funding formula has been introduced.
Results have been unveiled for the best and worst performing schools in Staffordshire, in GCSE English and Maths.
Mosque leaders in Stoke-on-Trent today claimed parents are “ill-informed” in pulling their children out of visits to places of worship.
They spoke to StaffsLive after it emerged parents are withdrawing pupils from visiting mosques on school trips with concerns about their ‘political agenda’.
A state-funded school in Trent Vale is asking parents to make financial contributions.
A letter was sent to the parents of children attending St Joseph’s college asking them to donate £60 per term per child.
A nursery for special needs children in Newcastle-under-Lyme is facing a massive shortfall in funds as it desperately needs £40,000 to keep going.