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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 new children s book which depicts Boris Johnson as a gnome is being released this week to mark 12 months since the Prime Minister announced the first UK lockdown.


Stay at Gnome - Boris Johnson is head gnome in new children's book

Education Business News - Former Newcastle player Derek Bell , who was sexually abused by his coach during the 1970s, has spoken of his experience as part of a free Mental Health Chats series with ...


Calls to speak out about abuse and safeguard children

Education Business News - Mums and dads everywhere will recognise the importance of the first few months and years of their child s life. The first steps, first words, first days of school throughout these early years, you re bound to be fascinated by your child s progress.


What impact will the UK's roadmap have on early year's education?

Education Business News - A series of new courses designed to help UK executives meet challenges triggered by the pandemic has been unveiled by leadership and management training company In Professional Development.


INPD expands offering to help UK executives meet pandemic challenges

Education Business News - The Manchester College and peer tutoring organisation Yipiyap have partnered to create a system that connects students with a tutor of their choice, close to them in age, to give them additional support and teaching in a series of remote lessons.


The Manchester College teams up with Yipiyap for GCSE resits

Education Business News - Bright Futures Educational Trust is delighted to announce that its bids to launch two new hubs have been formally approved by the Department for Education.


Dept of Education approves 2 new teaching hubs in Greater Manchester

Education Business News - The acclaimed screenwriter has pledged to support The Proud Trust s new LGBT Centre in Manchester, a state-of-the-art centre to replace the original which opened its doors in the 1980s around the time that It s A Sin was set .


If youre in the closet in school or at home, then it might as well be 1981.








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Education Business News - Mums and dads everywhere will recognise the importance of the first few months and years of their child s life. The first steps, first words, first days of school throughout these early years, you re bound to be fascinated by your child s progress. During the pandemic, however, many parents have been concerned about the impact of lockdowns on their children s development.


What impact will the UK's roadmap have on early year's education?

Education Business News - A series of new courses designed to help UK executives meet challenges triggered by the pandemic has been unveiled by leadership and management training company In Professional Development.


INPD expands offering to help UK executives meet pandemic challenges

Education Business News - A new children s book which depicts Boris Johnson as a gnome is being released this week to mark 12 months since the Prime Minister announced the first UK lockdown. Stay at Gnome - A Lockdown Tale , which also features Joe Wicks as a gnome, tells the story of Gorwin and Keya as they followed the rules and stayed at home during lockdown.


Stay at Gnome - Boris Johnson is head gnome in new children's book

Education Business News - The Manchester College and peer tutoring organisation Yipiyap have partnered to create a system that connects students with a tutor of their choice, close to them in age, to give them additional support and teaching in a series of remote lessons.


The Manchester College teams up with Yipiyap for GCSE resits

Education Business News - Former Newcastle player Derek Bell , who was sexually abused by his coach during the 1970s, has spoken of his experience as part of a free Mental Health Chats series with Clare Davis.


Calls to speak out about abuse and safeguard children

Education Business News - The acclaimed screenwriter has pledged to support The Proud Trust s new LGBT Centre in Manchester, a state-of-the-art centre to replace the original which opened its doors in the 1980s around the time that It s A Sin was set .


If youre in the closet in school or at home, then it might as well be 1981.

Education Business News - Bright Futures Educational Trust is delighted to announce that its bids to launch two new hubs have been formally approved by the Department for Education.


Dept of Education approves 2 new teaching hubs in Greater Manchester








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