3 ways #EdTech is key to narrowing the educational achievement gap
Higher education has become a hot topic. Recently, we’ve wi...

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In the Dark on #TLevels : #HE Wants a Long-term Commitment to the Applied General
UVAC was established 20 years ago by the HE sector to champi...

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Time to Reform Britain’s Fee-Paying schools to end the Engine of Privilege
The Privately Educated Retain their Grip on the Top Jobs as ...

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Major school survey identifies significant improvements in careers support
Careers provision in England has improved over the last two ...

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Arts for the economy's sake: #STEM vs Creative Skills
Arts for the economy's sake I spend a lot of time promoting...

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5 Hot Topics For The Final Year Of Current #Apprenticeship Reform Programme
Hot on the heels of Augar, Ofsted’s updated common insp...

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Being BAME at Oxbridge: #Brexit Will Make It...
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Top 3 Trend for Jobs and Skills Impacted by #Automation and Technological Advances in Smart Cities

How Smart Cities Around the World Impact Workplace Trends. As the world becomes increasingly dependent on technology for efficiency and success, a report by IDC shows an estimated two-thirds of global cities will be investing in...

Increase in Teachers’ Pay Grant £280 million short of fully funded pay award

Education Secretary accepts recommendations to increase teacher pay scales by 2.75%, equivalent to £1,000 on average classroom teacher pay School teachers and leaders are set to receive an above inflation pay rise in the next academic...

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Cameron Boyle, Political correspondent, Immigration Advice Service

Being BAME at Oxbridge: #Brexit Will Mak…

Jul 23, 2019 / Featured Article

If you were to pause and think of the imagery conjured up by the word ‘Oxbridge’, it is certainly not that of an ethnically diverse, multicultural student community living in complete harmony. In fact, the ideas associated with the UK’s top two universities stand in stark contrast to this. We think...

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Celebrating 10 Years of Dirt School: The…

Jul 11, 2019 / FE Video

Dirt School has been delivering the Borders Academy of Sporting Excellence (BASE) Mountain Biking course in conjunction with Borders College for an incredible ten years now - but not many people will realise the rich history behind the course.  Dirt School, founded by Chris Ball, started the Scottish Downhill...

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Leigh College sports students learn from Invictus Games star and elite coach

MOD & The 5% Club gather major emplo…

Jul 23, 2019 / Sector News

The Ministry of Defence and The 5% Club, two of the UK’s biggest supporters of apprenticeships, will today urge employers to prioritise building life skills in more young people at an event in Sheffield during the Invictus UK trials. The Ministry of Defence is a member of The 5% Club, and...

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