The new bus pass that gives 16-18-year-olds the freedom to travel, work and learn
Our Pass is the new bus pass for 16-18-year-olds. For a one-off £10 administration fee, it unlocks free bus travel right across Greater Manchester – meaning
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has thrown his weight behind a campaign in Rochdale which is helping to get people off the streets.
Real Change Rochdale encourages people to donate money online, which can then be accessed to
The Department for Education has announced that the Altus Education Partnership will be opening a new free school in Middleton. Edgar Wood Academy is being developed in response to the increase in the demand for secondary places following the expansion
What is exam stress?
Exam stress can take many forms and it can hit people before, during or after an actual exam. It can cause minds to go blank, and carefully memorised facts can disappear out of consciousness. For some,
Year 10 students from seven partner schools put their Maths skills to the test for our annual RSFC Maths Challenge.
Hollingworth Academy were crowned champions for the second consecutive year and awarded the coveted RSFC Maths Challenge trophy!
Dippy is currently on display at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the fourth stop of the eight-venue-tour. Since his Scottish debut on 22 January over 450,000 people have marvelled at the iconic diplodocus.
The tour originally aimed to
All Year 13 students at Rochdale Sixth Form College engage in our Social Development Programme. The programme is broken down into nine key areas – Literacy & the Arts, Mental Health & Wellbeing, The Environment, Sport & Healthy Lifestyles, Social
A housing association, a college and a charity have been demonstrating Rochdale’s generosity and cooperative spirit by fundraising for the Real Change Rochdale fund to tackle homelessness.
Together, they’ve raised over £2,000 to kick start the Real Change Rochdale fund,
Students at Rochdale Sixth Form College had the audience captivated as they performed Sister Act the musical on Thursday 28th & Friday 29th March.
The sell-out college show was based on the 90’s film favourite staring Whoopi Goldberg. It follows
RSFC student Noah is set to appear on our screens later this month in a leading role in new ITV drama, ‘The Bay’.
Noah Valentine, aged 16, from Shaw, will play the role of Dylan in a new detective series,