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Tue 19, Mar 2019

Plans to stop funding qualifications that do not provide the same high-quality education as new T Levels and world-class A Levels have been published today (19 March) by Education Secretary Damian Hinds. The move is the latest step in the Government’...

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Tue 19, Mar 2019

Commenting on the results of a YouGov survey commissioned by More than a Score, released today, which shows the level of school leaders’ frustrations with the Government’s assessment regime, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Ed...

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Tue 19, Mar 2019

Universities UK is calling on the government to take urgent steps to prevent the UK from losing out on hundreds of millions of pounds worth of research grants if there is a no-deal Brexit. The UK government has not explained how it will ensure that ...

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Tue 19, Mar 2019

Young people still prefer a high level of human ‘touch’ when applying for jobs, believing human recruiters to be better at identifying talent versus technology, according to a new survey published today by The 5% Club and Schneider Electric UK. Furth...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

Welsh university invests in Sony’s Vision Exchange to offer students an interactive, state-of-the-art learning experience Founded in 1920, Swansea University, located in Wales is a research-led university that thrives on exploration and discovery. Re...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

A Catering student from Havant & South Downs College has won the district final of the Rotary Young Chef competition. Izabella Darmanin, who had previously won the district heat of the competition, cooked a three-course meal on 9 March alongside ...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

New Heritage Apprenticeships Launched to Meet Demand for Skilled Professionals Around the Country Six heritage apprenticeship standards launching in 2019 Historic England calls on training providers to take advantage of commercial opportunity to del...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

Barnsley College Performing Arts students invite the public to their performances of the Greek Tragedy Antigone by Jean Anouilh. Students will take to the stage at the Electric Theatre on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 March at 7.00pm. Jean Anouilh’s p...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

The Institute is pleased to issue its Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the second wave of T Levels, which will be taught from September 2021 onwards. We are calling on Awarding Organisations of all sizes to consider bidding for these seven new T Levels...

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Mon 18, Mar 2019

Six things to catch at Networkshop47.  What will education and research look like in 2030? And what can the Tour the France teach us about live data transfer in education? These are just two of the questions under the spotlight at Networksh...

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