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MOTORISTS WORRY ABOUT SAFETY ON THE SCHOOL RUN

OVER A THIRD SEE CHILDREN GETTING OUT OF CARS ON THE ROADSIDE New BCA research reveals the bad habits of the school run with 57% of motorists spotting illegal parking outside school gates bca.co.uk As the start of Autumn school term approaches, the...

Councils warn of £1bn shortfall in funding for new school places

Council budgets are plugging a national 'black hole' of at least £1 billion in school places funding, town hall leaders are warning today. Research reveals councils have abandoned building projects, cut back on school maintenance and borrowed money in o...

Playwear Plus – Imagination and Education

Playwear Plus, the children’s play-clothes brand, has recently appointed the first four of 15 projected sales agents in the U.K, including Howard Enos, Emma Thomson, Marcin Figielski and Paul Lockhart.  Their arrival, covering areas from Perth all the ...

Anti-Bullying Week writing competition to raise awareness

The Anti-Bullying Alliance, ABA, based at the National Children’s Bureau, has announced this year’s theme for national Anti-Bullying Week: Let’s stop bullying for all. Although there have been improvements in the way schools, parents and young pe...

Education by water

Over the years residential experiences have proved an effective method for broadening a child’s experiences and enhancing staff pupil relationships.  As a reward, for curriculum related learning, to address unacceptable behaviours or just for the fun r...

Celebrating the Print and Paper industries in 2015 and beyond

As the awards ceremony in June 2014 demonstrated, Proskills and PrintIT! are very much alive and kicking! Get involved today! Proskills has big plans to celebrate PrintIT!’s 10th anniversary in 2015, with an even longer vision for growing the progra...

EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AT ITS HIGHEST IN TWO YEARS

Figures released today (20 August) reveal that education construction activity reached its highest level in two years, accounting for 15 per cent of the total value of all construction contracts in July. Barbour ABI, which supplies construction data to ...

EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AT ITS HIGHEST IN TWO YEARS

Figures released today (20 August) reveal that education construction activity reached its highest level in two years, accounting for 15 per cent of the total value of all construction contracts in July. Barbour ABI, which supplies construction data to...
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New nursery at RNIB Pears Centre is graded "Good" by Ofsted

The Royal National Institute of Blind People's (RNIB) Pears Centre for Specialist Learning recently had its first Ofsted inspection for its specialist early years education for young children with a range of physical, learning and sensory needs. The Sc...
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