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Education Business News - The creative artwork and photography of talented students from two outstanding secondary schools in Sunderland has been chosen to feature in a major local arts exhibition that will be advertised across the region. Supported by the art and photography teaching team at St. Anthony s Girls Catholic Academy, 11 students from St Anthony s and their mixed sixth form with St.


Sunderland students shine brightly in local arts exhibition

Education Business News - A Salford Forest School has been inundated with requests by parents for their summer holiday clubs in the wake of COVID-19.


It's the call of the wild as parents and kids flock to Salford Forest School

Education Business News - A-Star Tuition Group, owned by Helen Wilson, has been crowned Tuition Group of The Year for Manchester and the North West in The Corporate Livewire Manchester and North West Prestige Awards, beating off stiff competition from across the region.


Ramsbottom business crowned Manchester & North West Tuition Group of the Year

Education Business News - Children are at greater risk of harm as their lives move increasingly online during lockdown in the COVID-19 pandemic, child protection bodies have warned. School closures and more reliance on digital platforms for learning, entertainment and communication can lead to increased safety risks.


Children at risk of harm during lockdown, charity warns

Education Business News - A trainer is calling for greater awareness of sexual harassment and assault in schools as a government report found nearly a THIRD of school children experienced unwanted touching.


Calls for awareness of sexual harassment in schools

Education Business News - A pioneering project that aims to support families following serial migration and reduce the likelihood of family breakdown or social services involvement is launching in the North West.


Ground-breaking project launched by organisation to support migrant families

Education Business News - Olivia Martin, 19, from East End Park, has been tutoring other young people at The Morley Academy in West Yorkshire - and it has been so successful that she has just signed on for a second year, putting off her further education plans.


Morley Academy welcomes Leeds teen as tutor for second year

Education Business News - Nina Malone is the founder of Dope Black Mums, which was set up to support black mums and the challenges they face from higher-than-average maternal death rates to racism. The mum-of-two was sexually abused by older children from the age of around six.


Calls for conversations around consent and sexual assault at schools

Education Business News - Calling all budding journalists Young people are invited to a virtual newsroom that will help them to learn media skills, build their confidence and support their mental health and wellbeing through the pandemic.


Kids invited to virtual summer newsroom events to give little people big voices

Education Business News - Vikki Bolam who runs Tynemouth based Red Zebra Consulting spent three decades working abroad as a senior executive and management consultant advising Japanese firms with multibillion-dollar turnovers.


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Education Business News - The Newcastle office of a leading national accountancy firm has teamed up with a Consett based charity to help young people prepare for their future outside of school. Haines Watts was established in the 1930 s and has always promoted entrepreneurial spirit as one of its business aims.


Building Up Career Experience With Accountants

Education Business News - A young digital marketing apprentice has proved a match winner just weeks after joining leading activity-based Yorkshire educational technology company Sporting Age.


Apprentice Leah makes immediate impact for ed-tech innovator Sporting Age

Education Business News - Award-winning people development leader WELL Training has appointed four new key team members to grow capacity on the back of a year of extended growth.


New line-up for multi-award winning WELL Training team to build future growth

Education Business News - Global staff development leader WELL Training have been named winners of two prestigious West Midlands business awards on the back of a successful year of consistent growth.


Innovative WELL Training land two leading West Midlands business awards in one night

Education Business News - Activity education and training provider Aspire Active Education Group landed three leading awards in one night for their work tackling child inactivity and creating employment for young people.


Leading activity education provider Aspire wins hat-trick of prestigious awards

Education Business News - Amidst a challenging backdrop of ever-changing funding pots, priorities and skills gaps, training providers are under increasing pressure to streamline delivery whilst improving the quality of the learning they provide. Bud Systems is established as expert in the delivery of many forms of training and facilitating digital learning.


Bud Systems launches Content Marketplace

Education Business News - Lancaster s The Growing Club CIC has launched a short film as part of the Lancashire Innovation Festival. Voices from the Frontline is a thought-provoking film by women aged 50-plus - as business owners and employees - on their hidden skills and daily triumphs.


Voices From The Frontline Film Launch Women 50, Hidden Skills & Daily Triumphs

Education Business News - Mensa International is seeking to identify potential worldwide and nurture the next generation of trailblazers, as it marks its 75th anniversary. The largest and oldest high IQ society in the world has set up programmes in many countries to support gifted children who may otherwise be overlooked.


Mensa International supports next generation as it marks 75th anniversary

Education Business News - Activity education and training provider Aspire Active Education Group has won a national business award for its impact tackling child inactivity levels during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Education provider Aspire wins prestigious national Lloyds Bank business award

Education Business News - Babington has awarded Bud Systems a multi-year contract as its training management platform to deliver apprenticeships, traineeships, and AEB funded learning. The contract comes as the result of a highly competitive tender process where Bud was considered alongside the other market leading platforms.


Babington chooses Bud to maximise delivery of training

Education Business News - Yarm School is celebrating more sporting success after one of its pupils was selected for the England Under-16 Assessment hockey squad. Fourth year pupil Will Ferguson 14 was chosen for the national assessment squad after catching the eye of selectors while playing for the Pennine Pumas North of England in the Futures Cup in St Albans.


Yarm school celebrates sporting prowess of hockey players

Education Business News - A secondary school in Sunderland is opening its doors to Year 5 and 6 pupils, and their families, across Sunderland and beyond. On Tuesday 21 September, St Aidan s Catholic Academy, an all-boys school that is part of Bishop Chadwick Catholic Education Trust, will host an open day to show those approaching secondary school age what St Aidan s has to offer.


Outstanding Sunderland school announces open day

Education Business News - A Norwich academy has teamed up with a national training provider to hold a fun summer school experience to support learners transition to the school following an unprecedented academic year.


Norwich academy teams up with national training provider for summer school

Education Business News - Marches LEP chair Mandy Thorn MBE said the organisation s work over the last ten years to develop the skills base across Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford amp Wrekin, would pay huge dividends in the region s recovery from lockdown.


Marches LEP investment in skills helping region to recover

Education Business News - A primary school in South Shields has been officially recognised for its commitment to excellence in teaching international awareness and understanding. Awarded by the British Council, SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School received the International School Award for embedding internationally themed activities across their curriculum, providing pupils with a worldwide education.


South Tyneside school awarded for its internationalism

Education Business News - Leading people development provider WELL Training has been commended for delivering high quality apprenticeships by receiving a good rating in its first ever full inspection by Ofsted.


International staff training leader WELL Training receives good Ofsted rating

Education Business News - A new North East partnership aims to transform the way people understand safeguarding and manage issues in the workplace and adult education.


New North East partnership improves the impact of safeguarding training

Education Business News - Calcot Services for children and its managing director Rachel Redgwell have been recognised at the Children amp Young People Awards 2020.


Prestigious Awards For Reading Children's Home Operator

Education Business News - People from across the North East are to benefit from a new set of digital training courses to develop specialist skills and improve their opportunities of securing a job with local businesses. The Skills Bootcamps in Digital are short, intensive courses in subjects such as data analysis, digital marketing, web development and cyber security.


£1 million digital bootcamps launched to improve skills and boost job creation

Education Business News - Thousands of children from disadvantaged families across the West Midlands are getting free summer holiday activities and healthy food thanks to a Government programme delivered by leading physical activity provider Aspire Active Camps.


Activity provider Aspire delivers summer sessions for disadvantaged kids








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