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Championing university access: Researchers in Schools

A two-year study carried out by university access charity The Brilliant Club has found that teachers with a PhD…

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Could you give the gift of outdoor play to primary pupils this Christmas?

Please click here to give the gift of outdoor play to a child in primary school this Christmas. This…

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Peer Tutor: Closing the learning gap and tackling education inequality through the power of peer-to-peer learning

As we find ourselves in the midst of a second national lockdown, Dr Wayne Harrison (Founder and MD of…

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F1 in Schools zoom to success with innovative 2020 UK National Finals event

For the first time in the 20-year history of F1 in Schools National Finals events, teams vying to become…

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Unifrog’s four key strategies to support a blended learning approach to careers education

Young people aged 16 to 24 have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic – they held 47% of jobs…

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Leading the way in diversity in literature at GCSE

Following the release of the Missing Pages paper from educational charity, Teach First, we wanted to express our commitment…

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The Skills Network offer award-winning LMS at no cost

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Bring the Power of Reading to your school Supporting schools to build a curriculum based on high quality children’s…

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