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‘Character education’ is not just the latest buzzword, it’s a necessity

Character Education: The Experience List Can Help Build #EmotionalIntelligence #EI Every day, we see teenagers doing amazing things for their DofE. Getting out of their comfort zone. Making a difference in their community. Upskilling for their future career. But we also know that some young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, might never get the opportunity to do this.

DofE launching The Experience List Following Introduction of New Character Development Ofsted Requirement

CAMPAIGN, DIGITAL DETOX AND CONNECT WITH OLDER GENERATIONS: THE NATION’S BEST CHARACTER HACKS FOR TEENS

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award gives young people the skills for work

Find out why over 100 top UK employers have endorsed a DofE Award as a mark of a young person’s soft skills competence from The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award’s Chief Executive, Peter Westgarth.

Raising the participation age and the DofE

The Department for Education has Raised DofE Participation Age The Department for Education's proposal to raise the participation age rolls out across the country this summer, bringing with it added pressures for FE institutions to come up with new ways of teaching to ensure young people remain engaged until their 17th and, from 2015, 18th birthday.

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Introduction to Fellowship of Inspection Nominees

Join Kerry Boffey, founder of the Fellowship of Inspection Nominees (fin) for an informal session outlining fin support available to providers in...

  • Tuesday, 14 July 2020 02:00 PM
  • On-line. Longdon Hall, Longdon on Tern
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