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Partnership deal provides significant boost for multimedia teaching and student engagement

Vivo and Mobento, two emerging players in the education technology sector have formed a strategic partnership to significantly boost student engagement and increase the breadth of multimedia content available to teachers and students in schools and colleges. The partnership will make video and audio content easier for teachers to find …

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Bursaries for lucrative superyacht career still up for grabs

Isle of Wight-based youth education charity UKSA still has 12 coveted bursaries left to allocate on its world-renowned four-year cadetship, which includes a Foundation Degree in Operational Yacht Science delivered in conjunction with Falmouth Marine School and validated by the University of Plymouth. Training begins in October and allows students to …

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Lack of educational psychologists in schools could leave most vulnerable children at risk  

The Association of Educational Psychologists (AEP) has warned that the lack of a sufficient supply of educational psychologists in schools settings will be detrimental to special educational needs (SEN) proposals currently being outlined, despite welcoming the Government’s acknowledgement of the essential role that educational psychologists play in the lives of …

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