Jonathan Swift

What are the issues pupils care about? Enter the School Stickers’ ‘MY Sticker’ competition!

The School Stickers’ ‘MY Sticker’ competition launched this week giving pupils the opportunity to highlight issues close to their hearts. The competition invites pupils to design a sticker promoting a local cause, campaign or issue they feel passionately about whether it be anti-smoking, drugs, bullying, racism or pro healthy eating or …

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Citi Money Gallery education programme launches in secondary schools

The British Museum has developed a unique programme to assist secondary school teachers in delivering the new  financial education requirements as part of the revised national curriculum. The newly developed Citi Money Gallery secondary education programme delivers financial education in a historical context through objects in the collection, emphasising the …

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Pearson now recruiting BTEC practitioners for Assessment roles

Education specialists Pearson are currently recruiting for a variety of Assessment roles for BTEC in all sectors during 2014/15 (including roles in the medium of Welsh). Part time Regional/Online Closing date 31/10/14 Through becoming an Assessment Associate, you will gain a greater understanding of the range of abilities and differing approaches of …

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Techno innovation breaks barriers to education, says VSO

  Innovations in technology are helping teachers to break barriers to education, says leading international development agency, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) UK, as it marks World Teacher’s Day on October 5th.   VSO, a charity which aims to fight poverty through volunteers, has been working across Asia and Africa to monitor …

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