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PM on track to begin phased return of schools, colleges and nurseries from 1 June

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

From 1 June schools, colleges and nurseries are still set to open to more children says @BorisJohnson, despite Independent Sage report warnings  Schools, colleges and nurseries across England remain on track to open to more children...

Independent SAGE report on Should Schools Reopen? Sector Response

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SAGE Advice Published - The scientific papers on school safety from the committee of independent scientists chaired by Sir David King was published today (22 May) with advice relating to the reopening of schools    Education Secretary Gavin Williamson...

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson

PM on track to begin phased return of sc…

May 24, 2020 / FE Voices

From 1 June schools, colleges and nurseries are still set to open to more children says @BorisJohnson, despite Independent Sage report warnings  Schools, colleges and nurseries across England remain on track to open to more children from 1 June, the Prime Minister confirmed in a speech today (24 May 2020). Primary schools...

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Boris announces intention to go ahead wi…

May 24, 2020 / FE Video

Prime Minister @BorisJohnson made a statement at the daily coronavirus press conference on 24 May 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er09g2LdRmw Good afternoon. I want to begin by answering the big question that people have been asking in the last 48 hours. And that is – is this Government asking you - the people, the public, to...

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Equal pay still an issue 50 years on

May 25, 2020 / Sector News

As the Equal Pay Act enters its 50th anniversary the number of Employment Tribunal claims is still high, according to global law firm DLA Piper. The Equal Pay Act was given royal assent on 29 May 1970, and implemented the principle that men and women should receive equal pay for equal...

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Pfizer helps kids keep up with science a…

May 21, 2020 / Home Learning

   @pfizer helps #homeschool kids and parents with new online teaching resource Pfizer UK is releasing a series of online educational materials to equip parents and teachers to continue STEM learning from home, as schools remain closed during the Covid-19 pandemic. An independent survey of 1500 UK adults with school-aged children, conducted by...

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