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Edition 20: Annaliese Briggs, Miriam Fredrickson and Sarah Militello
Pic from left: Annaliese Briggs, Sarah Militello and Miriam Fredrickson Annaliese Briggs has been appointed the new curriculum development manager at Floreat Education. Ms Briggs, 29, joins following a year as...
Schools set to focus on careers
Schools, colleges and education providers will be encouraged to focus on careers as LifeSkills National Careers Week (LNCW) launches on Monday. It comes at a time when careers...
George makes a big splash in Goole
Sixteen-year-old George Robinson has been recognised for his award-winning charity work by Conservative MP Andrew Percy. George, a sixth-former at Goole academy, east Yorkshire, began volunteering with the...
Wacky water workshops win over pupils
A CBBC presenter showed water-based experiments to pupils at a Lancashire primary school last week after they won a national competition aimed at encouraging children to drink more...
Edition 19: Andrew Cooper, Dr Rob Petrie and Stephanie Thomas
Andrew Cooper has been appointed the new chief executive for Barnfield academy trust as it separates from the original sponsor, Barnfield College, and becomes a standalone multi-academy trust...
Technically speaking, Mrs Morgan . . .
Corby Technical School pupils recently showed off their technical prowess to education secretary Nicky Morgan. They gave the minister an insight into everyday life at the free school...
Adam enjoys a ‘surreal’ day at Number 10
Fifteen-year-old Adam Brombley was one of 20 young cancer survivors entertained at the prime minister’s London home recently. Adam, a pupil at Chichester High School for Boys (CHSB),...
Windsurfer takes top honours
A young windsurfer who won world titles when she was 15 has been named the best young sailor in Britain for 2014 by the Yachting Journalists’ Association (YJA)....
Edition 18: Sir Peter Simpson, Dame Kathy August, Nick Weller and  Sally Willcox
Sir Peter Simpson is to become the Independent Academies Association’s (IAA) first chief executive officer following a strategic review that identified the association could no longer solely rely...
Here’s one I made earlier. . .
St Peter’s C of E Primary pupils in Bristol picked up whisks and wooden spoons to compete in a whole-school bake-off to celebrate the launch of their new...
Young carers online community launched
Carers Trust, a UK carers’ charity, have launched a new website and online community for its young visitors. The website will aim to provide friendship and support online...

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