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Academy Schools: A Closer Look at Why More Schools are Converting

The Learning and Skills Act 2000 was introduced by former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair to introduce academies in a bid to give schools in deprived inner-city areas a boost. These academies are independent schools which receive their funding directly from the Government as opposed to their local council – …

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Tips on How to Help Your Child Improve in Language

Kids have to reach certain milestones at a given age. You can find charts online that discuss what children can achieve in terms of language. It includes the number of words they can pronounce and the list of words they can understand. Not all kids achieve that milestone at the …

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Students celebrate Middle Years Programme eAssessment results across the world

Today, more than 77,800 International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) students from around the world are receiving their eAssessment results from the May 2019 examination session. This represents an 8% increase compared with last year. 819 schools in 98 countries participated, and students received an average score of 36.54 points (of 56 possible maximum). Regulated by Ofqual in the …

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Power of the Network: Building a Business Through the Network

Luke Nolan, CEO and Founder, Student.com Networking, a basic in business and the number one step to get a business idea off the ground. But actually networking and partnerships is a valuable tool for your business throughout its growth, not just at the start of the journey. Building a business …

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The Different Disciplines in Hematology

Hematology is the branch of pathology or medicine that involves the study of the causes, treatments, prognosis, and prevention of blood-related conditions. Any disease that affects the blood and its components such as hemoglobin, blood proteins, platelets, blood cells, and bone marrow is classified in this category. The diseases can …

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Grow your school leaders, teachers and support staff

Hackney Learning Trust believes that every member staff in schools should have in place a comprehensive professional development pathway. Their primary value is that they are children and learner focused and their welfare and achievement is at the centre of what they do. They nurture a culture of learning in …

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VTCT APPOINTS THREE NEW TRUSTEES

VTCT and iTEC has added three new board members, exemplifying the vocational and technical awarding body’s period of growth The new appointments include former Welsh Language Commissioner, Meri Huws (April 2019), Executive Director of M Squared Media, Jayne Lewis-Orr (February 2019), as well as higher education specialist, Stephanie Richardson (October …

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