4:23pm Tuesday 31st March 2015
COMPUTER whizz kids know to put safety first when they go online.
12:46pm Tuesday 31st March 2015
STANDARDS are on the up at a school which was found to be "failing to give its pupils an acceptable standard of education".
8:45am Tuesday 31st March 2015
WHEN it comes to finding out what the media is all about year five at Tonge Moor Primary School is more than a match for the average experienced journalist, writes Bolton News columnist Angela Kelly.
12:36pm Monday 30th March 2015
A PROTEST was staged outside the University of Bolton in anger at the sackings of two members of staff.
12:04pm Monday 30th March 2015
IT is not unusual for youngsters artwork to be displayed on their classroom wall — or on the fridge at home.
9:49am Monday 30th March 2015
BOLTON College's modern campus is proving to be the inspiration for a new further education college in Romania.
12:21pm Sunday 29th March 2015
STUDENTS from Farnworth hit the airwaves to record a radio advert.
11:50am Friday 27th March 2015
A SCIENCE experiment proved to be a piece of cake — quite literally.
2:52pm Thursday 26th March 2015
PUPILS at St Andrews in Over Hulton were given permission to skip school — in aid of two worthwhile causes.
6:02am Wednesday 25th March 2015
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a £40 million student village right next to the historic Le Mans Crescent have been met with widespread opposition from campaigners, councillors and the town's civic trust.
7:05pm Wednesday 25th March 2015
YOUNG entrepreneurs from Bolton and the surrounding area went head to head in a Dragon’s Den style event organised by the charity Young Enterprise.
3:04pm Monday 23rd March 2015
WHAT do you call a bread roll? Is it a barm cake, a bap, a cob or a bun? What about a flour cake or oven bottom?
6:02am Friday 20th March 2015
PARENTS have rallied to the defence of Bolton College's nursery — after the government's education watchdog found it was inadequate.
University chief appointed as deputy to Lord Lieutenant — the Queen's representative in Greater Manchester
8:25am Wednesday 18th March 2015
PROFESSOR George Holmes — Vice Chancellor of the University of Bolton — has been appointed as a deputy to the man who represents the Queen in Greater Manchester.
4:29pm Tuesday 17th March 2015
A MOVING tribute to the 81 Old Boys of Bolton School who lost their lives in World War One.
3:50pm Tuesday 17th March 2015
THE first of five concerts to showcase the musical talents of youngsters from across Bolton was held on Monday evening.
2:48pm Tuesday 17th March 2015
JUGGLING his new television programme, family life and fundraising, Bolton presenter Vernon Kay is as busy as ever.
11:35am Tuesday 17th March 2015
YOUNGSTERS in Breightmet were so disgusted by the amount of litter outside their school that they asked teachers if they could take action.
2:45pm Tuesday 17th March 2015
THERE were no short circuits at Sharples Primary School as pupils learned what it is like to work as an engineer.
2:58pm Monday 16th March 2015
ASTRONOMERS could be stargazing through Bolton's first observatory as soon as this summer.
1:48pm Monday 16th March 2015
THEY are the cutest new additions to Devonshire Road Primary School.
1:25pm Monday 16th March 2015
YOUNG Einsteins enjoyed a show with a difference.
1:10pm Monday 16th March 2015
AMBITIOUS Bolton College apprentices have shown they have the drive to succeed.
5:20pm Sunday 15th March 2015
A HUGE gala concert was held to celebrate a landmark Bolton School anniversary.
10:41am Sunday 15th March 2015
CHILDREN have adopted a jackanory style to teach youngsters about to be money savvy.
1:02pm Thursday 12th March 2015
YOUNG people proved they were up to the job when they swapped the classroom for the boardroom in a challenge based on TV show The Apprentice.
7:46am Wednesday 11th March 2015
GRAPHIC design students have helped to give Bolton Deaf Society a re-brand.
10:01am Tuesday 10th March 2015
ANOTHER free school is to open in Bolton.
8:01pm Tuesday 10th March 2015
SIXTH form students from Bolton gave politicians a grilling on a Question Time-style debate.
10:02am Tuesday 10th March 2015
A HEADTEACHER is determined that only the best will do for her school — and others in the Farnworth area.
11:22am Monday 9th March 2015
YOUNG citizens have created a powerful and moving short film exploring the issues faced by teenagers as they speak out about their sexuality.
11:03am Monday 9th March 2015
A SCIENCE teacher who pioneered a mock hospital in his last job is set to head up Bolton's newest school.
5:04pm Sunday 8th March 2015
APRENTICE star Adam Corbally was on hand to inspire bright youngsters at a Schools Futures fair.
4:29pm Friday 6th March 2015
A WHEELIE good time was had by young primary school children when they enjoyed some scooter fun.
11:18am Friday 6th March 2015
CARING pupils have raised more than £9,000 for the Guide Dogs charity — earning them the right to name three puppies.
7:02am Wednesday 4th March 2015
A PHOTOGRAPH of a Bolton teacher has gone viral — after she uploaded the picture to Facebook to teach her pupils about internet safety.
10:03am Tuesday 3rd March 2015
YOU are never too young to start keeping fit and eating the right stuff.
5:35pm Monday 2nd March 2015
BOLTON School old girl Dame Janet Smith will be speaking at the University of Bolton later this month.
5:32pm Monday 2nd March 2015
A PLACE at the world-famous The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts awaits talented teenager Alisha Bond.
5:40pm Monday 2nd March 2015
CHILDREN held a carnival parade through Bolton Museum – wearing headdresses they had made themselves.
11:34am Friday 27th February 2015
A CHILD welfare assistant who covertly filmed children in a toilet at a primary school has been jailed for seven years.
6:03am Friday 27th February 2015
A WELFARE assistant hid a secret camera in a school toilet to film young children, a court heard.
1:13pm Friday 27th February 2015
A FUN-FILLED class at a Westhoughton primary school saw pupils discover the power of electricity.
11:13am Thursday 26th February 2015
A CHILDREN'S home in Bolton has been praised for providing vulnerable young people with outstanding care and support.
7:29am Wednesday 25th February 2015
HIT comedy programmes and theatre today have their roots in the ancient world, according to a leading professor who gave a lecture in Bolton.
Budding young artists have 'brush' with success to be crowned winners of inaugural Bolton Art Circle children's competition
7:27am Wednesday 25th February 2015
TWO budding artists had a ‘brush’ with success after being named winners of Bolton Art Circle’s inaugural children’s artwork competition.
6:48pm Wednesday 25th February 2015
TURTON School stopped the clock for a day so young people could concentrate on their personal development to help them become bright young citizens.
6:21am Tuesday 24th February 2015
A SCHOOL is on track to prove that there is a sport for everyone.
12:03pm Monday 23rd February 2015
THE head and staff at Mount St Joseph School have proved they are a class act after being selected to support struggling schools.
7:23am Monday 23rd February 2015
YOUNG people braved the "black chair" as they answered questions on their specialist subjects in a bid to walk off with the title of Kearsley Academy's Mastermind Challenge.