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Driven students at Stockland Green School are getting behind the wheel of the electric vehicle revolution – by building their own car.
An Erdington primary school welcomed generations of local families when it threw open its doors for a Grandparents Day event.
The UK’s new Schools Standards Minister went back to school, when he saw where North Birmingham’s teachers are trained in a whistle-stop visit to Sutton Coldfield.
After 15 years at Stockland Green, new head of school Rebecca Goode understands its place in the community – and now she wants to encourage locals to pay a visit.
More free training is now available to support those looking to start a new career in digital, health and green industries thanks to a Government skills grant awarded to the region.
BMet College is celebrating a record year of GCSE success, with students gaining a 91 per cent pass rate in English, Maths and Biology.
A free training course has been launched to help residents further understand the impacts of climate change and what actions they can take personally to help tackle it.
The latest cohort of sixth formers returned to Highclare School to receive their A Level results.
As thousands of teenagers across the West Midlands await their GCSE and A-level results over the next two weeks, a Birmingham apprentice is urging other young people to consider their full range of options.
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