University league tables are out today. Warwick shone and neighbouring Coventry is a rising star.
A student from the University of Wolverhampton is celebrating after scooping an award at a prestigious sciences conference.
A University of Wolverhampton member of staff has retired after more than 40 years of service for the institution.
Dedicated teachers and staff who clocked up a combined total of more than 560 years at Aldridge School have said goodbye to the longest serving member of staff.
A dozen students from three Birmingham schools swapped the classroom for the kitchen to become ‘Masterchefs’ for the day
This summer QAC thanks its retiring Chair Professor John Hilbourne after three and a half years leading the Board and many more as a governor at the College.
A group of Argentinian students were so delighted to join in lessons at Solihull School they cooked up traditional dishes and danced the tango.
A free classical concert is being held this weekend to launch Birmingham’s first independent music school.
Billesley Primary School have called in professional help for their forthcoming annual sports day.
Spanish language learning at Solihull School is thriving thanks to the expansion of an exchange programme with schools in Chile.
Newly appointed Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Mike Leddy and MP Richard Burden joined pupils and teachers from schools across South Birmingham at an event designed to celebrate healthy living.
Three artists from Birmingham will shortly travel to Karachi as part of a unique project led by Ikon Gallery linking artists and schools in the UK and Pakistan.
Students from Coventry School of Art and Design are taking part in the UK’s most important graduate design exhibition this week.
Solihull Junior School pupils were so impressed by their visit to a local children’s charity that they made an Olympian effort to support it.
School pupils from Warwickshire and beyond have been running DNA profiles in ‘crime scene investigation’ style workshops taking place at Coventry University.
Boys and girls from Solihull School enjoyed a date with Royalty when they were invited to the official opening of the new Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull.
Loyal ex-teacher Roland Holland celebrated the 30th anniversary of handing out a special trophy for talented musicians at Aldridge School.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new book which charts its origins and history over 180 years.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new faculty in order to respond to industry calls to tackle the shortage of graduates with skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A course aiming to assist the international drive to protect the world’s tree population is once again being hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
A two year course benefiting employers in the West Midlands within the manufacturing engineering sector is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Solihull School has paved the way to sporting excellence for female pupils after expanding its Physical Education Department.
A cast of more than 60 students at a Walsall school are gearing up to put on rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
Today, the University of Wolverhampton officially marks 21 years since it received university status.
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Lecturers and staff from the University of Wolverhampton’s will be taking science to people on the streets of the city centre as part of a celebration of science, engineering and technology.
Bright futures await boys at West House School with more than half of its 11+ candidates being offered places at King Edward’s School in Edgbaston.
The achievements of some of the best young apprentices and adult learners in the West Midlands were in the spotlight last week as the In-Comm Training Annual Awards came to a glittering finale.
Half a century has passed since they flicked rubbers at each other from their desks, but up to 250 of a Sutton Coldfield secondary school’s first pupils are to reunite to mark its 50th anniversary.
Nationwide efforts to bring life-saving assistance to children and families fleeing the civil war in Syria have been boosted by the boys and girls of Solihull School.