Jonathan Swift

Ormiston Academies Trust empowers students to lead the way with nationwide elections

Ormiston Academies Trust’s (OAT) 33,000 students have been given the opportunity to have their voices heard and lead the way following nationwide student elections. The national student voice initiative was created to bring students from across the Trust’s 43 academies together to encourage them to use their voices to drive …

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Jubilee competition celebrates cycling

To celebrate the Platinum Jubilee, the Bikeability Trust and Frog Bikes want to show the nation why cycling is an essential part of childhood. They are asking children to write a letter to the Queen to tell her why cycling is the most fun, beneficial and healthy childhood pastime, and …

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Ysgol Bro Sannan removed from list of schools requiring significant improvement

Ysgol Bro Sannan in Aberbargoed has been removed from the list of schools in Wales “requiring significant improvement”. A recent inspection judged the school to have made sufficient progress in relation to the recommendations following the most recent core inspection. As a result, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education and …

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Cambridge University Press & Assessment launches new brand for English learners and teachers worldwide

Cambridge University Press & Assessment has launched a new extension of its brand for its English learning and assessment products around the world. The news follows last year’s successful integration of industry leaders Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press. Every year millions of students and teachers around the world benefit …

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Fashion hits new heights as Heathfield School joins forces with Parsons Paris school of art and design

Heathfield School, Ascot – a leading independent secondary boarding and day school for girls aged 11-18, rated Excellent by ISI – has announced that it has entered into an unprecedented collaboration agreement with internationally acclaimed art and design school, Parsons Paris, in recognition of the outstanding fashion and textiles produced …

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Local MP visits Denton primary school to celebrate environmental improvements

Local MP and Shadow Health Secretary Andrew Gwynne recently visited Manor Green to discuss the context of the school and the local area and learn from children about the environmental improvements. Last year, Manor Green Primary Academy was successful in its bid for funding to convert a yellow school bus …

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Former teacher and international mental health coach trainer to offer free workshop to teachers to mark the end of Mental Health Awareness Week

On Wednesday 25 May at 4pm, the online workshop – The Education Evolution will be available for free to teachers and educators across the country aimed at equipping them with coaching strategies to create long lasting change in students and within the schools they work in. Led by Sam Moinet …

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Flood of entries for food waste-themed competition

Proof that food security and agriculture are of interest to the younger generation is evident from the number of responses to this year’s Baylab Lab Coat Competition. Over 800 schools entered, involving close to 134,000 students from primary to secondary ages. The response staggered Bayer’s Bethany Leaver, who with colleagues …

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