News & Updates
Education and Training News & Updates

With all the news of the DVSA website crashing when tests were able to be booked again, I wanted to let everyone know that I can book my pupils test and due to Instructors having a dedicated service, all my pupils have got a test booked, usually within a few minutes of me logging on.
Lockdown Lessons Made Fun
Lockdown Lessons Made Fun
It can seem as if the walls are closing in on you and days blur into one. This week we are embracing the great resources that we have found online to give some much-needed relief to our lockdown lessons. Read on to see how you can too.
Lockdown Survival Guide
Lockdown Survival Guide
Are you all ready to kill each other by now? Finding the same four walls a bit constricting with all of you cooped up indoors? We are! So this is how we plan on not digging up the patio to bury Dad, or putting your smallest child in the oven…
How to Survive Home School
How to Survive Home School
Start as you mean to go on! The next few days as we all settle in to a workable routine will set the pattern for the next several weeks. Kids are used to the school routine, use that to your advantage and follow my top tips to stay sane.
Much is said about Mental Health in general in today’s media with personalities as elevated as the Royal Family taking an active roll in promoting greater understanding and acceptance of Mental Health issues and especially those of children and young people. Children’s Mental Health Week runs from Monday 3rd February until the 9th Feb.
Social Media is currently one of the largest industries around the world. Boasting approximately 45% of the world as it’s users, now is the time to jump in and make sure your business is booming.
From 28th September, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week will mark it’s 10th year of raising awareness of this purely natural resource that is home grown. Throughout our history Britain has raised sheep, processed wool, made garments and furnishings from this most natural and much-loved textile and exported wool and textiles throughout the world.
Walk is School Week takes place between the 20th and 25th May. Thousands of schools will be taking part across the Country to promote the many benefits of walking. The initiative aims to help more school pupils to get active, thereby reducing pollution along with the many positive health benefits associated with walking.
This event started life 19 years ago,with the aim of celebrating the impact of student volunteers and encouraging students to engage in civic life.Student Hubs and The National Union of Students – the NUS – are supporting Student Volunteering Week – SVW – to deliver the campaign.
Anger is an emotion that everyone experiences in life due a vast array of stimulants some people find anger harder to control than others.
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