What education policies should the parties put in their election manifestos

Ross Sargent, parent and governor, early years centre, Cambridgeshire All the evidence suggests the more funding the better at the early years stages, and that represents the greatest return on investment. So the first thing has to be a promise not to cut in early years. I would love to see the people who are genuinely experts in education in charge of what goes into our kids’ education – it doesn’t feel that way now – and the focus placed on the importance of teachers so they have the time…

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Private or Corporate Limo Services- What You Should Use?

Nowadays limo hire services are more preferred over other taxi services because of their luxury, grandeur, comfort and cost-effective prices. There is nothing that can be compared with a limo hire service where a well dressed chauffeur arrives to pick you up and drop you to your destination and in the meantime you are enjoying your favorite drink or hanging out with your beloved, friends or wrapping up your work for the final presentation or discussing an important deal with potential clients while en route the city. Not many people…

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ECU referendum result: What does Brexit suggest for the UK’s higher schooling region and students?

Figures inside the better schooling zone can have awoken with a bitter taste on Friday with the news the United Kingdom has voted to depart the ecu Union. On Monday, the heads of 103 universities had issued an impassioned open letter expressing how they have been “gravely involved” approximately the effect of a depart vote on their universities and students, cautioning electorate that the electricity of their universities on nearby groups and economy “must not be underestimated.” study greater An open letter to united kingdom voters from leaders of 103…

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Ljubljana, Slovenia: what to see plus the best hotels, bars and restaurants

Slovenia’s – and now Europe’s – green capital is a laid-back charmer of a city. Easily walkable, it boasts striking architecture and a vibrant outdoor eating and drinking culture Jože’s special one … Ljubljana’s Triple bridge was completed by celebrated architect Jože Plečnik. Photograph: Alamy As capital of one of Europe’s most forested countries, it’s perhaps fitting that Ljubljana is this year’s European Green Capital. A city of just 300,000 inhabitants, Ljubljana has often been ahead of the game when it comes to green initiatives – from the introduction of…

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Ljubljana, Slovenia: what to see plus the best hotels, bars and restaurants

As capital of one of Europe’s most forested countries, it’s perhaps fitting that Ljubljana is this year’s European Green Capital. A city of just 300,000 inhabitants, Ljubljana has often been ahead of the game when it comes to green initiatives – from the introduction of a sophisticated waste management system (Ljubljana was the first EU capital to adopt a zero-waste programme) and the creation of new green spaces from degraded urban land, to electrically powered golf buggy-type vehicles (kavalirs) offering free transport around the old town, which is otherwise closed…

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New academies laws were passed by Parliament last night: here is what they mean for you and your school

The government has passed legislation that will turn ‘inadequate’ schools into academies The Education and Adoption Bill, which will force all schools deemed to be “failing” to be turned into academies, completed its passage through Parliament last night. It will become law “as soon as possible” once it receives royal assent, the Department for Education has said. But what is a “failing” school, and what could the new law mean for you? If a maintained school is rated “inadequate” by Ofsted, it will become an academy This is the bill’s…

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What happens to your old mobile phones?

It has been said there are more mobile phones in existence than the population of the UK.  We all tend to upgrade to new models when our contracts expire or simply want the latest brand on the market, but what can we do with the thousands, if not millions, of old, broken and discarded handsets we all have stored away in cupboards and drawers not serving any purpose? We are able to take that worry away from you. Any phone, regardless of age or brand can be recycled and provide…

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What to Do to Get Maximum Benefits from Your Credit Card and to Keep Your Personal Finances Safe

Responsible use of your credit card begins with understanding the credit card and how it works. A credit card has often been called ‘plastic money’ and this characterization is correct because credit cards are made of plastic and, secondly, they do represent money thereby giving you the ability to purchase. Credit cards are issued by banks and other reputable issuers. The issuer extends credit to you and your credit card is your means of accessing the credit line. How to get maximum benefits from credit cards A credit card should…

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