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30,000 Westminster children breathing air above EU legal limits

Research by the Policy Exchange and King’s College London has shown that nearly one in four school children in London are breathing air above the EU legal limits for nitrogen dioxide. 131 more words


Some Vitamin D for The Future of Education

As many of us are aware, education has been quite ill for some time. I prescribe a good dose of Vitamin D… in the form of… 292 more words


Community to have its say on expansion plans for Wincanton Primary School

Families and residents in Wincanton are being given the chance to have their say on the details of future developments at one of the town’s primary schools. 494 more words

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NYPD Seeks to Hire Part Time School Crossing Guards


School Crossing Guards help children safely cross busy intersections on their way to and from school, and control traffic flow around schools in the morning, at lunch time and at the end of the school day. 130 more words


Developing world-beating maths teachers ‘to take a decade’ | BBC News

It will take a decade to bring maths teaching in England up to world-beating standards, say subject experts. A report from the Advisory Council on Mathematics Education (ACME) suggests teachers responsible for maths in both primary and secondary schools need better qualifications and training.  18 more words


Educate Positive - Edition 10

Welcome to the tenth edition of Educate Positive, a monthly publication highlighting excellence in Bradford education and other topical news from across the district. In this edition we bring you details of Steeton Primary’s international work, schools recognised for their e-safety, collaborative working on Artsmark and Bradford Business Managers leading the way. 843 more words

Educate Positive

Facts and First Readers

I have been teaching children to read for around fifteen years and in that time I have seen a huge leap in the quality of reading schemes for children and young people. 1,634 more words

Reading And Readers