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Over 120 universities awarded grants under £110million Turing Scheme – as well as over 200 schools and colleges

40,000 students will be able to study and work abroad thanks to the government’s new Turing Scheme, with universities and schools due to be told this week that their bids for funding have been successful.

£7 million cash boost to create new flexi-job approach to apprenticeships

Flexi-job apprenticeships: Reshaping the role of new flexi-job apprenticeship training agencies  £7 million fund launched to support more flexible apprenticeships opportunities in sectors including the creative industries, digital and construction

What are the benefits of learning Latin and Mandarin in school?

Learning a language has so many benefits. Whether it’s learning about a new culture or history, improving your memory or your performance across other academic areas.  


An overwhelming majority of eligible secondary schools in England have signed up to host a summer school over the holidays, offering a mixture of academic and extra-curricular activities to boost catch up for children.

Apprenticeships and traineeships: July 2021

Apprenticeship starts were down by 6.9% to 253,100, compared to 271,800 reported for the same period (August-April) in 2019/20

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