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  • Charlie Randell
    If you follow us on our social media streams and channels, you’ll notice that we recently employed Charlie Randell to join our team as our Social Media Manager and Marketing Executive. Charlie has a condition called Cerebral Palsy which means Charlie is a wheelchair user, so we asked him if he had any other tips for disabled jobseekers and here are the tips he would like to share with you:   Get in touch with
  • Andy Davies
    When a school invests money into new technology for their school, it is usually due to the belief that it will lead to an enhanced learning experience. Technology can definitely have a huge positive impact on student or teacher quality of life but this impact is not easily measurable and is often unidentifiable. Teachers’ need to reflect carefully on the impact that they feel technology has in their classroom. A piece of technology that has
  • Andy Davies
    As a mum of two primary aged children I am very familiar with the huge childhood obesity crisis we are currently facing, not only in the UK but across the world. Most parents know that all children are weighed in reception when they start school and then in year 6 to see if the statistics from when the children first started the school have improved or got considerably worse. Currently there is no real intervention
  • Andy Davies
    “We are a SEN secondary school and use ClassHug primarily during off-site educational visits. Trip leaders will attach trackers to pupils with the potential to abscond or wander off. High risk pupils will have a high staff provision and ClassHug will act as a safety net, should human error occur and the pupil manages to separate themselves from the group. Staff are immediately alerted and can bring the pupil back to a safe distance. ClassHug
  • Andy Davies
    School Trips When I was at school I went on many trips with the school, many of them were when I was in Primary school. When I was in year 2 I went to Botany Bay, a beach in the south east of England, being in year 2 I was very young around the age of 5 or 6. My mum was very worried about me going due to the dangers the sea gives e.g.
  • Andy Davies
    Obesity, mental health issues, poor levels of activity, physical problems spending less time outside – Why are we having all these issues with obesity and mental health in such young children? If you look at research we are constantly being told to encourage outdoor activities for children and the benefits that youngsters receive, from this area is immense. But why aren’t we acting on it?   Technology is paramount in today’s society and it’s benefits
  • Andy Davies
    Technology has evolved massively over the last decade, it was only a matter of time until it started to play a real part in how children are taught. Gone are the times where classrooms were filled with blackboards, chalk, textbooks – no technology in site! Now, the minute you walk into any classroom, you cannot ignore the interactive whiteboard which is the main focal point of the room – the area which the children use
  • Andy Davies
    Imagine a school with no indoor classrooms? Well, one pre-school hit the news in June when it announced just that! Come rain or shine, children will play outside! It is a topic that may seem alien to some people – playing outside when it’s raining? Surely that will cause illnesses? There are many benefits from an outside classroom – there are drawbacks also. Firstly, it can extend the current learning space. Schools, nursery’s and pre-schools
  • Andy Davies
    The question about your data in the cloud is probably asked many times over and almost certainly had many different answers. Before answering question, its worth asking what is the cloud? Put simply, its a fancy word for service provider. In this case it happens to be computing related. From data storage, software to computing, today you can simply find a cloud provider who will store your data securely and make it available for you