Early indications are that GCSE results at schools throughout the city have seen a significant improvement this year from last year in the number of pupils achieving the all important A*-C grades in the key subjects of maths and English, with nearly 56 per cent of pupils achieving this benchmark.
Oxygen Freejumping, the UK’s leading chain of trampoline parks, is helping students across Manchester celebrate their GCSE results on the 25th August. Any student that attends Oxygen’s recently opened park in Trafford with their exam certificate on the day of receiving their results will jump for free!
A thriving online graduate jobsite is set for international expansion following capital investment support via Lancashire Business Angels, sponsored by Accrington based Haworths Chartered Accountants.
Students across the city are celebrating success after overall A level pass grades saw another increase in the city this year, with even more students gaining top grades.
On the day A-level results are released, leading business and financial adviser, Grant Thornton UK LLP, has announced that it will welcome more than 70 school leavers in 2016/2017.
The University of Manchester has been named among the very best for its students gaining employment after graduating, in a survey of individuals who recently completed their courses. The statistics for graduate-level work put the University top in the region, and fifth overall, in the rankings of the prestigious Russell Group of UK universities.
MORE THAN a thousand security personnel at facilities management business Oltec FM have undertaken Environmental Best Practice Training.
Macclesfield College has appointed a new Chair of Governors to its board.