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Students from Dereham Sixth Form College have been the first to give feedback in the latest round of consultations for the Norfolk Vanguard wind…
03.24 / 10:17
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A pupil hit by a teacher ringing a bell, another smashed in the face with a hockey stick, and one hurt by football…
03.24 / 09:54
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Cork Training Centre will host their Annual Open Day on Thursday 27th April, 2017.   The event is open [......] The post Cork Training Centre Open Day appeared first on Careers and Education…
03.24 / 09:19
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Ministers announce over €2 million Fund to Target ICT Skills development Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, [......] The post €2 million Fund to Target ICT Skills development appeared first on Careers and Education New…
03.24 / 09:08
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Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy – IICP The aim of this programme is to facilitate counsellors [......] The post Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy appeared first on Careers and Education…
03.24 / 08:57
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Taught Master’s Scholarships – We are offering sixty €2,000 cash scholarships for Taught Master’s programmes at Maynooth University. Requires [......] The post Maynooth University postgraduate scholarships appeared first on Careers and Education N…
03.24 / 08:57
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Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the [......] The post Intel Women in Technology Scholarships appeared first on Careers and Education N…
03.24 / 08:47
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Norfolk County Council’s top officer has taken a leading role in trying to improve children’s…
03.24 / 08:39
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Boulder Media Significantly Expands Dublin Animation Studio with Additional Crew and New Space Boulder Media, which was [......] The post Boulder Media Expands Dublin Animation Studio appeared first on Careers and Education…
03.24 / 08:35
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Falls in Asian high-flyers' math scores could simply be down to switch to computer tests The man running the world’s most influential education study has admitted that seemingly dramatic changes in performance for top-ranked countries shown by its “comparable data” could, in fact, be explained by changes to the way its tests are delivered. According to the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) study from 2015, the global top-ranked performers in maths have all seen f…
03.24 / 05:53
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Academy trusts refuse to reveal why they have awarded chief executives salary hikes up to ten times bigger than the average teacher's Calls have been made to lift the “secrecy” surrounding decisions to award academy chain chief executives percentage pay rises up to 10 times bigger than the average teacher’s. A Tes investigation encountered a near universal refusal from academy trusts to provide details of why they gave their chiefs large salary hikes. Chair of the influential Commons Publ…
03.24 / 05:22
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Teachers in Scotland do not always feel supported by schools or local authorities to tackle the abuse, survey findings reveal Teachers are increasingly facing “vicious” and “abusive” treatment at the hands of parents on social media, a Tes Scotland investigation can reveal. Unions and professional bodies are concerned about behaviour ranging from spreading gossip about teachers to threats of assault and mob justice against staff and pupils. Exclusive survey findings lay bare a series of s…
03.24 / 00:18
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Schools will have to be more "entrepreneurial" to balance budgets next year, a survey has suggested. Schools are having to find more inventive ways to raise money in the face of huge budget cuts - including hosting weddings, setting up nurseries and sharing furniture, a survey has revealed. The survey, taken from the The Key’s upcoming annual State of Education report and weighted by Ipsos MORI, shows more than a third of school leaders say they will have to lose teaching posts to balance …
03.24 / 00:18
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Tom Bennett's DfE-commissioned report also calls on the government to collect behaviour data to allow schools to be compared A leading behaviour expert is calling on the government to make changes to the way that schools tackle behaviour, including the use of 'muscular' inclusion units and the collection of more data. In a report commissioned by the Department of Education, behaviour tsar Tom Bennett has recommended that the government introduce a range of changes, including: revising…
03.24 / 00:18
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Research commissioned by youth charity The Challenge found that in 2016, a total of 40.6 per cent of secondary schools were either considered to be fully "ethnically segregated", because they did not r…
03.23 / 23:26
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Members of the joint health and education select committee were told that withholding the top rating for poor performers on mental health would ensure schools put in place measures such as early …
03.23 / 23:26
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AN autistic student has been left distraught after he accidentally left his laptop lying at a bus…
RECORD numbers of school pupils in the Capital are needing help with English as an additional language or other special…
Children at a Newton Abbot primary school have been exploring centuries-old engineering genius courtesy of nothing more than their imagination and toy building bricks.The Year Five pupils at St Catherine's C of E Primary, Heathfield, spent an afternoon with expert Julian Surtees who revealed some of the secrets developed millennia ago by the Romans and Ancient Greeks. Armed with their new knowledge the Heathfield youngsters went on to construct waterwheels and catapults. They then tested…
03.23 / 23:18
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