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Scooter Club in egg run to Royal Blind School

A convoy of scooters is set to ride to the Royal Blind School armed with Easter eggs this evening (Wed Mar 25). The Edinburgh Scooter Club’s Easter Egg Run leaves from Dreghorn Services at 7pm to ride to the Royal Blind School in Morningside. Here th...

Royal Blind School takes centre stage at global music conference

The Royal Blind School is today (Tuesday) sharing the school’s approach to music education with an international audience at the first major conference to explore visually impaired musicians' lives. At the two day conference in London, music teacher ...

Barclays LifeSkills

Nearly half of young people don’t believe they are being taught the skills businesses will be looking for in the future New research from LifeSkills created with Barclays reveals a glaring gap in the skills young people say they are being taught and th...

Discover a world of classroom technology at the Education Show 2015

The Education Show 2015 returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 19 to 21 March and is once against set to address the needs of education professionals across the country, this year with an increased focus on technology. With technology so high on the agenda ...

Volunteers needed for summer holidays that make a difference

If your resolution for 2015 was to do something good for charity, or to spend your time doing something rewarding, why not volunteer and help on a charity holiday programme? National deafblind charity Sense is looking for volunteers to join its annual ...

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...
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The Lake District Calvert Trust

We want to show as many people as possible across the UK what people with disabilities are capable of, through the power of inspiring photography and social media. Our aim over the coming 4 months is to find the image that best defines the Calvert Trus...
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