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Care needs to be seen as a career

CARE needs to be seen as a career – that was the call from the CEO of a Stratford-based charity which supports those with learning disabilities across Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Helena Wallis, Chief Executive of Heart of England Mencap, was spe...

STORYSTOCK, the travelling story circus, returns to the Bush Theatre from 28th to 30th October 2014

angels & urchins’ Children’s story-telling festival returns to the Bush Theatre this October half term With Michael Morpurgo, Judith Kerr, Cerrie Burnell, Lauren Child & Jamila Gavin STORYSTOCK, the travelling story circus, returns to the...

Charities come together to transform the lives of more people with complex needs

Two charities are coming together to help improve the independence and well being of more people with complex needs. Community Care Trust, a mental health charity based in Devon, is set to join St Loye’s Foundation within a newly-formed group structu...

“We have a duty to our children to make an active lifestyle more accessible” claims head of Design Council at major summit

Startling evidence presented by healthcare experts at the Design Council’s Active by DesignSummit shows that the UK’s obesity pandemic is still on the rise, with 68% of men and 58% of women now overweight or obese in England alone. The Design Council...

SHROPSHIRE BASED PROJECT ENGINEER FRANK WILLIAMS MAKES UK WORKER OF THE YEAR 2014 FINAL

Frank Williams, 32, a project engineer from Oswestry in Shropshire, has been announced as one of the seven finalists for UK Worker of the Year 2014. Frank spent four years in Afghanistan as a civilian engineer, helping build the airfield landing system...

Pearson and busuu partner to launch Global Scale of English test (GSET)

Pearson partners with busuu, the world’s largest online platform for language learning, to transform the future of language measurement   GSET represents a major milestone in the race to offer accessible, affordable language assessment London...

5th annual Whole Education Conference, 18-19 November 2014

Titled ‘An Education Worth Having’ the 5th annual Whole Education is at King’s Place, London, from 18-19 November. The conference will include plenary sessions, panel discussions and breakouts related to the overarching theme of narrowing the gap...

INTRODUCING THE BEST.ASSEMBLY.EVER.

Today, Wednesday 01 October 2014, Lloyds Bank has released research highlighting the impact that school assemblies have had on children and adults across the UK, and how assemblies have changed over the generations. The research coincides with the laun...
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Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE Training Programme

Over 80% of young disabled people now attend mainstream schools. We are aware that a number of these young people may not be fully included within their PE lessons. Whilst teaching and support staff undoubtedly have the skills, knowledge and competenc...
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