The winners of the Staffordshire’s future journalist awards were announced today (16 March 2018) during an awards ceremony at Staffordshire University.
The father of a former student of The Co-Operative Academy has spoken movingly today about his son’s death.
Usman Mohammed died 25 January 2018, aged 19, following a battle with kidney failure and bowel cancer.
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.
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 Stoke-on-Trent education chief has called on the Government to help the city’s struggling academies.
Cllr Janine Bridges spoke out after latest Ofsted reports show Stoke-on-Trent schools are 141 out of 151 in UK league tables.
Eight Stoke-on-Trent schools have celebrated their success in the Soil Association’s Food for Life awards.
Stoke City Football Club have helped launch a literacy project for primary school children, with the help of defender, Phil Bardsley.
The unveiling of the ‘Stoke’s Premier League Reading Stars project’ at Stoke City’s youth academy, aims to encourage children’s enjoyment of literacy in Stoke-on-Trent.
More than 1,000 teachers, parents and pupils have signed petitions against Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s proposal to stop funding crossing patrols.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has saved the troubled Stanley Head Outdoor Education Centre.
The centre, which works with both disabled and disengaged children, has been struggling financially after the council ploughed £1.2 million in to its future.
Stoke City defender Ryan Shotton returned to his home town to switch on the Christmas lights in Fenton.
The event saw market stalls, fairground rides and local schools come together to celebrate the event – despite it not being funded by Stoke-on-Trent City Council.