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A pilot scheme to help young people living in supported accommodation into work and living more independently has been launched in the West Midlands.
An ambitious Sutton Coldfield school is to give more than 800 free blazers and ties to its students as it continues to reinvent itself - in a bid to become the town’s ‘school of choice’.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has announced a new £7.5m adult skills investment to help thousands more young people into apprenticeships.
John Willmott’s headteacher has described their first Good Ofsted report as a ‘pivotal moment’ on its journey to becoming Sutton Coldfield’s school of choice.
A scheme set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to fund apprenticeship training for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), has now supported more than 4,000 apprentices
The Coleshill School’s Natasha Blunt is celebrating after winning the EdTech Innovator of the Year accolade as part of the glittering National Schools Awards.
Highclare School had an enjoyable careers information morning with five guest speakers inspiring their Year 9 pupils to think about their future career choices.
The West Midlands has secured over £10m of funding to enable further education colleges and training providers to train local people to land good jobs in new and growing industries in the region.
Respected multi-academy trust, the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP), which runs 21 schools across the Midlands, has just completed Phase 2 of the Learning Futures initiative.
Celebrations are taking place across Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) schools, after “remarkable” Year 11 students received the results of their GCSE and vocational qualifications.
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