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  • SCIENCE, ART & DRAMA BLOCKS GET TECHNOLOGY BOOST AT GRAMMAR SCHOOL

     

    School leads the way in the use of new technology Kent-based Network & Cabling Solutions (NCS) Ltd announced today that it had completed the installation of a wireless network system and installed new presentation equipment for The Simon Langton grammar school for boys.


    (Filed: Wed Jul 11 2007)
  • Ayr College takes the lead on new international business concept

     

    Ayr College has developed an innovative new way to attract international business by offering “Study at Home Programmes” to Indian students. The programme is run in partnership with the Canadian Institute of International Studies


    (Filed: Mon Jul 02 2007)
  • Mayfield School Summer Fete Coming Soon

     

    For cut price cottage garden plants and wildflowers, delicious cakes, tombola, face painting, skittles, hoopla, barbeque, competitions and prizes. Saturday 7 July, 12-2 pm, at Henry Prince School, Mayfield, near Ashbourne.


    (Filed: Sun Jun 24 2007)
  • McFly Join Up to the Global Campaign for Education

     

    The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) aims to help the 80 million children globally who are missing out on school and UK band McFly are helping them achieve that goal.


    (Filed: Mon Jun 04 2007)
  • Tendering and Procurement Beyond 2012

     

    One of the biggest hurdles facing a business when planning to bid for a contract is the fear that they will be ‘too small’ to be considered as a potential supplier to a major public body; but Tendering for Contracts Training explodes that myth and explains ways in which several smaller companies can form a partnership to make one successful bid which will give all those partners a share in the profits – this could lead to more profitable joint projects in the future.


    (Filed: Mon Jun 04 2007)
  • Online Synthetic Phonics Programme Launch Announced

     

    Synthetic Phonics expert Debbie Hepplewhite has announced that her international online teaching programme will be launched this coming September in time for the start of the Autumn School Term 2007. This programme is fully in line with the recommendations of the UK Rose Report (March 2006).


    (Filed: Sat Jun 02 2007)
  • Responsible Business Masterclasses Announced


    Wheelhouse, experts in coaching and training for responsible business and risk readiness, announce that bookings are now being taken for their highly sought after Responsible Business Masterclasses, run in conjunction with Middlesex University. Spaces are available for 25 and 26 September 2007.


    (Filed: Tue May 15 2007)
  • Two thirds of London teens know someone who’s been a victim of violent crime


    Following the capital’s recent spate of teen murders, a poll on Friday using Qwizdom (www.qwizdom.co.uk) voting devices – involving students aged 13-14 from Preston Manor High School in Wembley Park, north London – showed most secondary school students in London know someone who’s been a victim of gun or knife crime.


    (Filed: Tue May 15 2007)
  • Imperial College London’s Medical School collaborates with Tata Interactive Systems


    Working with Imperial College London (ICL)’s Medical School, Tata Interactive Systems (TIS) has developed a series of software learning applications chiefly for use among the Medical School’s students. These simulation-based learning programmes – known as ‘process emulators’ - deal with aspects of diabetes and its treatment, specifically covering controlling glucose levels in a patient with Type 1 Diabetes.


    (Filed: Wed May 02 2007)
  • Irish school sends text messages to beat truancy

     

    Dunshaughlin Community College in County Meath is the first Irish school to install Truancy Call to help reduce school absences and provide parents with an easy way to provide information to the school.


    (Filed: Thu Apr 26 2007)
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