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The National Education Nature Park: how to get involved

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Nature Parks

Launched in October with the Natural History Museum and the Royal Horticultural Society, the National Education Nature Park offers children and young people the opportunity to take hands-on action to improve biodiversity and tackle climate change. Schools, colleges and nurseries …

Anti-bullying week 2023: 5 ways we support schools to deal with bullying

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Bullying in school or college can have a devastating effect on children, young people and their families. We’re committed to helping schools tackle bullying, supporting them to create a calm environment where everyone feels safe. Here are 5 ways we’re …

Flexible and part time jobs: why teaching in further education could be a great next step

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Many working parents who juggle childcare and a career might be looking for better flexibility in their working lives, and teaching in further education is one option to explore. It’s a route that allows you to continue working in your …

How we’re protecting schools and colleges from disruptive strike action

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Minimum Service Levels

We’re working to introduce minimum service levels in schools and colleges to protect children, young people and parents from the damaging impact of future strike action. The follows the disruption during industrial action last academic year, which resulted in over …