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Schoolchildren who use computers and smart phones for long periods of time could be at risk of injury, a Midlands health expert has warned.Read
Students at a top Midlands university will be able to study the human body with a new 3D anatomy model.Read
Students in Birmingham took part in a national day of action against the Government’s higher education plans – including walkouts at campuses across the city.
A Birmingham primary school has become one of the first in the country to get top marks under tough new guidelines from Ofsted.
Castle Vale Performing Arts College in Birmingham is braced for further closures as teachers staged the first of three walkouts over claims of poor management and bad behaviour from pupils at the school.
Working class white boys in Birmingham are being left behind in exam results at a time when all other ethnic groups are making great progress.Read
Teachers at one of Birmingham’s worst-performing schools have walked out on strike in protest at what they claim is poor management and bad behaviour among pupils.
Staff at Castle Vale Performing Arts College are to stage a one-day strike on Wednesday amid claims of poor management and bad behaviour from pupils.
A Birmingham law firm has reported a rise in the number of families considering legal action over their children’s education.Read
Ministers have highlighted seven Birmingham schools for praise after they succeeded in dramatically improving GCSE results.Read
Hundreds of people have signed a petition opposing plans to turn a historic Birmingham art school into a university college.Read
A leading Birmingham boys’ school is hoping its past success stories can help put current pupils on the right career path with the launch of a new mentor scheme.Read
Plans for a new university-backed £9.7 million academy have been approved by Staffordshire County Council.Read
Almost a third of Birmingham children missed out on their top choice in the annual race for secondary school places.Read
BIRMINGHAM students at the centre of a degree row said they fear they would not be able to graduate due to a financial dispute.Read
Newman University College in Birmingham has unveiled plans for students to study at its US namesake.Read
Underperforming schools will be in the spotlight amid plans to boost results in Birmingham.Read
Politicians and academics have paid tribute to a world-renowned Birmingham philosopher who “would not flinch from controversy” and who was once accused of heresy.Read
A £15 million Birmingham school is set for a UK first after being picked to pilot a new apprenticeship scheme.Read
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