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'Anger Management' should be taught in schools - Will this really combat serious crime?

A recently published study analyzing how violence affects young people has shone a spotlight on the issues facing why crime amongst teenage boys has been steadily increasing in recent years.

International graduates in any subject, including #STEM, will be able to stay in the UK for two years to find work - Attracting and Retaining the Brightest and Best #Talent

Encouraging Independence by Teaching Essential Life Lessons in Education

As we move into what Klaus Schwab defines as The Fourth Industrial Revolution, and AI and machine learning become more present in day-to-day life, the idea that creative skills are falling by the wayside is becoming more concerning.

BBFC Launch GCSE and A Level Media Studies Revision Aid Podcast

With exam season upon us, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has released a podcast to support students, teachers and parents in the lead up to this years media studies exams.

DHL UK Foundation invests £1.8 million in the education and employability of young people

Shining a light on the lack of gender diversity in tech

#WomenInScience International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2020 Just 17% of those working in the UK technology sector are female, which is significantly lower than most other UK sectors. On 11th February, the United Nations, partners worldwide, women and girls mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This provides a great opportunity to reflect on the importance of the contributions by women in the technology sector to date and why more women need to be working in the sector for the UK’s future prosperity.

Prime Minister strengthens Northern Powerhouse with joint ministerial appointment

Appointment will see the Northern Powerhouse Minister’s oversight and coordination of local economic growth boosted to improve its impact for people and communities across the country. 

Two non-executive directors appointed to the Single Financial Guidance Body

Mike Dailly and Ann Harris have been appointed as non-executive directors to the Board of the Single Financial Guidance Body (SFGB).

Students *will* be getting their qualifications this summer - They just won’t be able to sit communal exams

#Coronavirus - UK Schools and Colleges will close on Friday until further notice with exams cancelled in May and June Education Secretary, @GavinWilliamson yesterday (18 Mar) confirmed that after Friday 20th March the majority of schools, sixth forms and FE colleges will close indefinitely until further notice, possibly until September 2020.

S4C Reappointments

The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has reappointed John Davies, Sian Lewis and Guto Harri to the S4C Authority board.

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