BBC Countryfile filmed at Plumpton College, East Sussex in the SDNP. The programme was on air : Countryfile, BBC 1, Sunday 28 December 2014, 18:30-19:30.
The programme featured Plumpton…
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BlueSky (stand D57), Bett Award Finalists in the ICT Leadership and Management Category, will be showcasing BlueSky Education, the leading online performance management, CPD and self-evaluation solution for schools.
The brainchild of managing director Denise Inwood, herself a former assistant head, BlueSky Education enables senior leadership teams to instantly access live data on the quality of teaching in their…Continue
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Many students on higher education courses at further education colleges can expect a learning experience that exceeds UK expectations, says a new report from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
However there are also a number of areas where…Continue
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Uxbridge College Children’s Centre is celebrating after achieving the EQualities Award.
A plaque was presented by Hilary Goddard, Regional Associate for the EQualities Award, to staff and families at the Centre in Hayes. Uxbridge College Children’s Centre is part of a network of…Continue
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Students from Stanmore College have been involved in the ‘Kissing it better’ project with Watford General hospital.
The Kissing it better foundation work with NHS Trusts all over the UK and is currently working with Watford General hospital. They engage and inspire local communities to visit wards to lift patient’s spirits and improve their day to day life whilst in hospital. They have been working with colleges and students to incorporate this within enrichment and work…Continue
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Just in time for the holidays, the latest edition of Careers World magazine is now available online at www.careersworld.co.uk. Additionally, you’ll also be able to access the appropriate Careers World Regional Guide for your area of the country. Copies of both publications will be shipped to schools, colleges and careers offices in the New Year, so you can check out all our amazing careers info in print as well!
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THE North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College’s (NSETC) Young Enterprise (YE) team won the Best Trade Stand award at recent South West regional heats for the Young Enterprise’s Company Programme initiative.
The team of 12 students, called Re-kindle, competed against other schools and colleges…Continue
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A Swansea-based, family-run firm has teamed up with Gower College Swansea to nurture the next generation of engineering talent.
GLT Exports, which manufactures fire, gas and emergency alarm systems, has employed four Digital Technology students fresh from the Tycoch campus to work in its city-based premises and put through a supportive training programme.
One of the students, Tom Eynon, has been shortlisted for a national Apprentice award and another, Sean Sarsfield, was the…Continue
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Developing strong and effective relationships with trade unions is a top priority for employers in the UK today, with high profile strikes and industrial action claiming the headlines over the last year. Strained communication and mistrust between unions and both the public and private sector workforces means that organisations are still struggling from the aftermath of the breakdown and are attempting to rebuilt their reputations and balance their…Continue
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Gateshead College has strengthened its commercial training operation with the creation of a dedicated new sector-based business-to-business team.
Headed up by Paul Gough, director of business development, the team will be promoting tailor-made training solutions, particularly focused on new entrant and adult apprenticeships that will enable employers to secure their future workforce skills.
Joining Paul Gough will be business development managers Andrea…Continue
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James Browne, 21, of Weston and Jake Redman, 19, of Clevedon, of the band ‘Leviathan’, will see their first dance music single released in February called…Continue
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There couldn’t be a better time to ensure that your organisation has the right legal,…Continue
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After its success in previous years, the conference is set to take place again in London on 25th February 2015. With a wealth of professionals in attendance including higher education practitioners, legal experts and industry specialists - this is not an event to be missed. You will hear from;…Continue
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CHRISTMAS came early for graphic design student Keeley Bird, who won a competition to design Weston College’s seasonal greetings card.
The 17-year-old former Worle School student was presented with her prize, a cheque for £50, by College Principal and Chief Executive, Dr Paul…Continue
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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London’s Football Academy First Team has made it through to the next round of the AoC Sports Premier Cup after winning against the previously unbeaten Waltham Forest First Eleven, 3 – 1 on penalties, in November (26 November). Run in…Continue
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Christmas is a time for giving – a kind, forgiving, charitable time – and Bolton College staff and students have been getting in the festive spirit by donating 250 boxes of mince pies to those most in need.
Although Christmas is a season to indulge and…Continue
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Over 180 Barking & Dagenham College graduates, watched by their proud friends, family, VIPs and members of staff, received their degrees on the weekend at the College’s Higher Education Awards & Graduation Ceremony.
Principal and CEO, Cathy Walsh OBE, gave the…Continue
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Students collect for Salvation Army Food bank
Kind hearted students studying Performing Arts at Warrington Collegiate, on hearing that 2,000 families could go hungry in Warrington this Christmas, decided that they could do something to help. They collected items for the Salvation Army Food Bank and dressed in Christmas jumpers they presented their contribution to Salvation Army volunteers, Dave Urmston and Amy Dutton, who are busy putting together food hampers for…Continue
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