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Fashion Show 2015

So here we are again, hosting our 6th annual fashion show event on the 10th October 2015. We are hoping to raise awareness, deviate away from stigmas surrounding mental health and to build self esteem and promote the services which S.E.E.D. deliver. This ...

Roadmap for Life conference at Swiss Cottage School

Swiss Cottage School in London is the venue for a conference this weekend, on 15-16 May. Roadmap for Life - Getting the future you want  - highlights the important ways that educators can help young people with SEND to prepare for adulthood. Swiss ...

Majority of Newly Qualified Teachers to Drop Out Within a Year By 2017

By 2017, just 48% of newly qualified teachers (NQTs) will still be in teaching one year after qualifying Pressure from universities to improve employability scores means too many newly qualified teachers taking the WRONG JOBS – then dropping o...

Immersive Technology

How Can Immersive Technology Help in the Classroom? In today’s modern and technology-driven world, traditional methods of teaching and learning are no longer enough. Workbooks and pencils have been replaced by laptops and tablets, and as the technolo...

Parents are wrong to be anti technology warns Warwick Castle

14% of London parents believe children learn best without technology With increasing numbers of parents concerned about the length of time children are spending in front of the computer after a report by Public Health England revealed more than 70% of ch...

Charity calls for investment in training for qualified teachers of visually impaired

Scotland’s largest visual impairment organisation has called on the Scottish Government to increase investment in training more Qualified Teachers of the Visually Impaired and to strengthen the provision of specialist resources for blind and partially s...

Children’s hospice charity nominated for student placement excellence

Leading children’s hospice charity, Shooting Star Chase, has been shortlisted for a prestigious award for their student nurse placements. Shooting Star Chase is one of eight organisations in the running for Student Placement of the Year: Community at...

PPS message set to bloom with schools campaign

As spring is in full bloom The British Polio Fellowship is handing out packs of wildflower seeds to UK primary schools as part of its “Sowing the seeds of hope” colouring competition taking place this summer. The seeds, provided by agricultural firm S...
Features

HENSHAWS COLLEGE HELPS STUDENT WALK FOR FIRST TIME

A young man with cerebral palsy is celebrating after being helped to learn to walk for the very first time while at a specialist college. Mike Davitt, who recently celebrated his 21st birthday, is a student at Henshaws College, North Yorkshire’s only...
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