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Figures reveal almost half of education workers put off visiting the doctor due to work

Almost half (45%) of all education workers have put their health at risk by putting off visiting a doctor, according to new research by the British Heart Foundation (BHF). (1)   The BHF polled over 1,300 UK workers and found seven in ten (70%) workers ...

Scholarship for disability awareness champion Shannen

Educational Psychology student Shannen Dabson has refused to let a medical condition dictate her future. Now her commitment to helping others and raising awareness of ‘hidden disabilities’, both locally and nationally, has earned her a Chancellor’s ...

Complex care specialist Complete shortlisted for leading award

Specialist nurse-led complex care provider The Complete Group has been shortlisted for a prestigious healthcare sector award.   The firm have been named as a finalist in the Care Pathways category of the Independent Specialist Care Awards organised by ...

Minister announces launch of new Easy Read guides on SEND reforms

Today, Children and Families Minister Edward, Timpson, will announce the publication of two new Easy Read guides on reforms to the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) system. The guides have been jointly produced by Mencap and the Department...

KEEP BRITAIN TIDY AND UNIVERSAL PICTURES (UK) ANNOUNCE THE FIRST EVER

Universal Pictures (UK) and environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy have partnered to create The Big Boxtrolls Recycling Week Challenge with the adorable rubbish collecting movie superstars, The Boxtrolls. Schools nationwide are being challenged to sign-u...

Through the keyhole - a day in the life of a student with ASD

Staff and students of LVS Oxford invite you to peek inside the school and their daily lives. Going to school each day is a routine and exciting part of growing up for children aged 5-18 here in the UK, but for 700,000 people diagnosed on the autism spect...

Project aims to transform training in complex learning needs across Europe

A project which aims to make a difference to the educational experiences of young people across Europe with complex learning needs and disabilities is set to be launched in Brussels. The International Day of People with Disability on 3 December sees th...

Teacher returning to classroom after 15 years backs campaign

A Barnsley-based recruitment agency has launched a campaign to get more teachers back in to the classroom after long career breaks. Provide Education works with 2,200 teachers helping them to find supply teaching posts - and sometimes permanent jobs - ...
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HEARoes cuddle hearing dog puppies for Christmas

Military forces, celebrities and sports teams across the UK have been taking time out of their busy schedules to cuddle adorable puppies in support of national charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.   The Royal Marines, Thames Valley Police, the Royal A...
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