Young people deliver messages on inclusive education to No.10

Young people travelled to Westminster this week [Tuesday 17th June] to find out what the UK government is doing to make sure that every child worldwide, regardless of their disability, gets a chance to go to school. Accompanied by the TV Presenter and Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, they then delivered hundreds of colourful messages to No.10 Downing Street. The ten young […]

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Adventures with PGL

School trips are a highlight for school pupils and teachers alike. So how do you go about arranging your own? PGL, the UK’s leading provider of school trips and children’s adventure holidays, is a hugely popular option with schools, offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences that fit with the curriculum too. Barry Forbes, a teacher at Montrose Academy, relates his experience of organising his […]

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Ask the Experts

If you want to bring more depth to your lessons, why not get a little bit of help from an expert in the field? When it comes to some classroom topics, whether it’s health-related, bullying or global poverty, charities are the very best resource out there. We take a look at what some major charities have to offer schools… OXFAM […]

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Education Through Exploration

T: +44(0)1494 427600 / E: findoutmore@world-challenge.co.uk / W: www.world-challenge.co.uk World Challenge offers young people the chance to explore the world and experience different cultures while developing valuable life skills. We provide bespoke 3 to 6-week student expeditions to an unrivalled range of over 65 destinations. Our Expeditions are created around 4-phases: Acclimatisation, Trek, Project, Rest & Relaxation. Not just an […]

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Interactive Learning

  Teachers far and wide are embracing the gadgets and gizmos that their students love so much and using them in lessons. We find out more about how you can get involved… From their iPhones and tablet computers to Facebook and BBM, asking a student to give up their favourite technological outlets is the teenage equivalent of requesting that they […]

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