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Gresham’s raises £8,000 for new WWI memorial to feature names of 15 students and staff discovered during four year centenary project

In 1918 Gresham’s headmaster George Howson announced that the newly built school Chapel would be furnished with a memorial to the students and staff who died fighting in WWI: a stained glass window designed by Reginald Otto Bell; and the names of the fallen carved and gilded into a six-panel …

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Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Shakespeare Trilogy added to the National Theatre’s On Demand In Schools service

Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, the ground-breaking trilogy which includes Julius Caesar, Henry IV and The Tempest is now available for secondary schools to watch across the UK via the free national service. With a diverse, all-female cast and set in a women’s prison, the productions asked the question, “Who owns …

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Cambridge Assessment English celebrates 30 years of CELTA by honouring the English language teaching community

English language teaching tutors and trainees took part in a series of birthday parties this month, as Cambridge Assessment English celebrated the 30th birthday of its industry leading CELTA qualification. To show its appreciation to everyone who has championed the CELTA qualification over the past 30 years, Cambridge Assessment English …

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New Teacher Training Centre unveiled in Guilsborough

A new Teacher Training Centre has been opened by Chris Heaton-Harris MP at Guilsborough Academy which aims to address the national shortage of teachers. The building, which is located at the front of Guilsborough Academy, was created by converting an old caretaker’s house on the premises. The training centre now …

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