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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.

Two new non-executive board members appointed at Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Leena Nair and Nigel Boardman have been appointed as non-executive board members at BEIS.

Jaguar Land Rover encourages more girls into #STEM subjects #INWED19

Today is #InternationalWomenInEngineeringDay and at Jaguar Land Rover we want to continue to inspire the engineers of tomorrow. #INWED19 pic.twitter.com/AOpi8fXb6s

Delivering an award-winning apprenticeship programme

#NAW2020 - A lesson from @Softcat The Apprenticeship Levy has received some bad press recently following the publication of The Runaway Training report written by Michael Gove’s former adviser Tom Richmond. The report claimed that hundreds of million of pounds were being spent on “fake” apprenticeships.

Professor David Southwood reappointed as Chair of the UK Space Agency Steering Board

Professor David Southwood has been reappointed as Chair of the UK Space Agency Steering Board.

Government failing to follow advice of own SAGE group in opening schools June 1, says Independent SAGE

Government must explore non-school alternatives for children over summer holidays led by community workers and volunteers including the use of independent school facilities and football stadiums  IT is not safe enough for all schools to re-open on June 1, says a report from Independent SAGE, the 12-strong committee chaired by former Chief Scientific Adviser Sir David King. The report concludes that the government is not following the advice of its own scientists.

Brett Wigdortz appointed as Chair of the National Citizen Service Trust

HM The Queen has appointed Brett Wigdortz as chair of the National Citizen Service Trust for a term of three years commencing on 12 July 2018 until 11 July 2021.

More than £1million funding creates jobs and helps communities

More than £1million in funding from Magnox’s socio-economic scheme has benefited communities around the company’s 12 sites over the past year.

Pioneering non-formal and alternative learning techniques in Nepal

#InternationalEducationDay For a long time, traditional education models have failed to equip every child with the skills they need to fulfil their potential and partake meaningfully in society.

Teaching skills for the future: How Helsinki and Finland are leading the way

#Skills2030 - World-leading educators coming together to innovate global education Finland’s education system has maintained a reputation for being the most innovative in the world for decades now. In 2019 the Worldwide Educating for the Future Index rated Finland as the world leader in teaching skills for the future.

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