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Education

Wirral has a school population of approaching 50,000 pupils who attend the borough's 22 secondary schools, 91 primary school and 13 special schools. Most recent inspections indicate 80% of Wirral Schools are rated good or very good by government inspectors, compared to a national average of 73%.The borough is home to Wirral Metropolitan College, with thousands of students, taking courses up to degree level.

Professor Michael Scott talks to students from Glyndwr University, which is celebrating its best ever student numbers

University celebrates best-ever student numbers

Glyndwr University is celebrating its best-ever student numbers

Mike Miles of Glyndwr University is celebrating the publication of his latest book, An Uncommon Attorney

Author Mike aims to make crime pay

Author goes the extra mile with crime thriller

Wirral Student climbs Killimanjaro

Sian Kelly climbs African peak in aid of St John's Hospice

@wuthnhs column: 15/10/14

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The latest news from Wirral University Teaching Hospital

Minister of State for Employment and MP for Wirral West Esther McVey

MP column 15/10/14: Esther McVey

The latest dispatch from West Wirral's MP

Lucy Jones, from Glyndwr University’s careers centre, with one of the college’s students

Students' prospects improving - survey

Job prospects for students leaving a North Wales university are on the up, a new survey of its graduates has revealed

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

MP column: Angela Eagle 08/10/14

The latest dispatch from Wallasey's MP

Wirral Met students on supported internships with their managers

Students take up positions as college link with hospital Trust launches

Students take up positions as Wirral Metropolitan College link with hospital Trust launches

Some of the 'V Creationers' involved in the project

Young creative talent get close-knit advice

Talented young filmmakers, musicians and artists have united to form a community focused on breaking new ground in the creative industries

Tom Lightburn from Wallasey has published 10 books published based on his Royal Navy days

Wirral author's Royal Navy life put in to fiction

Tom Lightburn, 80, spent 22 years in Royal Navy which inspired him to write

Glyndwr University Students' Guild members preparing for the open day for prospective students at college this weekend

Open Day welcomes new student intake

Open day to be held at Glyndŵr University for prospective students from across Wirral and the UK

Head of Business, Professor Chris Jones

Pride over top-class accolade

Glyndŵr University recognised by The Chartered Institute of Marketing for delivering first-class academic standards at postgraduate level

Chris Salmon

Chris Salmon poetry competition opens for 2015

Poetry to remember teenager Chris Salmon, who died in 2009

Just Read campaign kicks off with book giveaway

50 copies of Diary of a Wimpy Kid to be given to local children as part of Good Morning Britain's campaign

Last years BSc (Hons) Library and Information Management students

Library students in job success at Glyndŵr University

Former Glyndŵr University students achieve new jobs and promotions across the UK after studying for library and information practice foundation degree

Head of Computing and engineering, Phil Storrow

A new structure and fresh ethos for future at Glyndwr University

Heads of revamped academic divisions unveiled as university puts into place overhaul of its education offering

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

MP column 03/09/14: Angela Eagle

The latest dispatch from Wallasey's MP Angela Eagle

Wirral Met Governors

Traineeships have proved a great success over the past year

Traineeships introduced at Wirral Met College achieve success

Glyndŵr University has launched a new course for nurses seeking a return to the health sector

One foot back on the ward for ex-nurses

Glyndŵr University launches new course for nurses seeking a return to the health sector

James Osborne forges out a career as a blacksmith

Student blacksmith from Wirral 'Masters' tools of trade

James Osborne will study a Masters degree in blacksmithing to keep the craft alive