Crystal Palace have unveiled plans to obtain Category One academy status by the start of next season, with Roy Hodgson central to the club’s hopes of increasing the number of youth players progressing into the first-team.
Manchester United’s development chief Nicky Butt has urged fans to remain patient with the club’s young talent as the likes of “unbelievable” Mason Greenwood attempt to make headway during a transitional period for the Red Devils.
George Best, Sir Bobby Charlton, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham – four of the greatest names in the game, all reared within Manchester United’s fabled youth set-up and now helping to inspire the next generation coming off this prolific production line.
An award-winning casting director has been elected the 35th president of the film academy, the organisation has announced.
No rules will be introduced targeting the eligibility of Netflix films at the Oscars, the Academy has said.
Manchester United’s youth team put in the sort of display their senior team can only dream of right now, which has made Nicky Butt quite popular with the United fans.
The results of a consultation for a new £47 million school have been released following 600 responses from the community.
Parents have been assured their children will be able to get buses home from a new Aberdeen academy.
A North-east school is getting set to take part in this year's Rock Challenge final.
Plans to spend up to £77 million on a new school were to reach a milestone today.
A year of celebration is to take place to mark the closing of an Aberdeen secondary school.
Council chiefs have offered assurances the North-east's biggest town will not be deprived of theatre facilities when a new academy is built.
An Aberdeen school is expected to be demolished in 2018 to make way for council housing.
Pupils will get the chance to pick the name for a new multi-million pound school on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
A new Aberdeen academy is expected to be more than £14 million over budget before a spade is in the ground, the Evening Express can reveal.
Some secondary pupils are not being taught modern languages due to a shortage of teachers, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A new North-east school project is to land a slice of a £230 million Holyrood fund.
A SCHEME which allows Aberdeen pupils the chance to study a wider range of subjects has been hailed a "great success".
A COMMUNITY council today called for another six weeks to submit comments on a new academy.
A PUB firm is putting the finishing touches to a new outdoor summer drinking space in the heart of Aberdeen.