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National Star College in Cheltenham presented with national leadership award

National Star College in Cheltenham has been presented with a cheque for £5000 after scooping a prestigious national Association of Colleges (AoC) Beacon Award for leadership. The Baker Tilly and Association of Colleges Award for Outstanding Leadershi...

EHC Plans notify parents of SEN school places

Following the introduction of the SEN reforms last year, some parents of children with SEN will have received notification of whether their child has been given a place at their chosen school by receiving an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan. The n...

What is stopping you from making a career change?

Are we Becoming a ‘CareerFrustration Nation’? While kicking-off the year with a resolution is always borne out of the best intentions, for most people, 62% to be exact, it seems that by the end of February, half of us will have already fallen off t...

Inspirational six take to the floor in The People’s Strictly for Comic Relief

BBC TV’s Strictly Come Dancing is throwing open the doors of its ballroom to the Great British public for the first time in ‘The People’s Strictly for Comic Relief.’ The four-part series, which begins on Wednesday 25 February at 9pm on BBC One,...

EducationCity Shortlisted for Three ERA 2015 Awards

EducationCity is delighted to announce that it has been named as a finalist for three prestigious awards at this year’s Education Resources Awards (ERAs). The awards, now in their 16th year, are firmly established as the premier annual event to celeb...

The Autism Show adds the NEC Birmingham to its list of venues for 2015

In response to growing demand, the organisers of The Autism Show have added the NEC Birmingham to its list of venues for 2015. The first outing in Birmingham will take place on 19th and 20th June, sandwiched between the established events in London and Ma...

British Safety Council supports Time to Talk Day

Mental health is a difficult subject to discuss, not least in the workplace. The British Safety Council is pleased to support Time to Talk Day and has produced a new video, made in collaboration with Mind and the Centre for Mental Health, about how employ...

Two in three parents would take their kids on holiday during school term-time

Two in three parents would take their kids on holiday during school term-time, a new study has shown. Researchers who polled 2,000 parents found that strict rules set by schools - including fines for parents of children who take time off – haven’t ...
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The Nystagmus Network Open Day will soon be upon us

New city, new month, Newcastle Come and join us at the Centre for Life, Newcastle, on Saturday 9th May.  If you work with people and families affected by nystagmus, find out what it’s like to have the eye condition, you can learn from the experts...
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