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Extra-curricular learning does not have to be for the privileged few

As education circles wonder what changes the new Education Secretary’s appointment will bring to the classroom, Exemplar Education’s Darren Tye says “Private tuition does not have to be the preserve of the privileged few in Britain.”

.@BBC Spotlight shines on next generation of nuclear workforce

Young people with world-leading jobs in the nuclear industry have been highlighted by the BBC as part of a national jobs feature.

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) announce Martin Kern as EIT Director

EIT Director appointed by EIT Governing Board The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) today announced that Martin Kern has been appointed as EIT Director by the EIT Governing Board. This decision will help the EIT deliver on its mission to increase Europe’s ability to innovate in 2020 and beyond.

#Access to Work: A supportive employer and a flexible workplace makes all the difference

If you are managing an acute illness, have a disability or an impairment, a supportive employer and a flexible workplace can make all the difference to your success.

Increase in girls taking Computing #GCSE

In light of GCSE results day, figures released this morning by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) showed a significant increase in the number of girls taking Computing – up more than 7% in the UK, with a 14% increase in the number of girls.