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Sensio Lighting demonstrates how business and education can collaborate on future-proofing

As industry in the UK and worldwide continues to develop with advancements in the use of technology and artificial intelligence, businesses are left with no choice but to innovate in order to future-proof themselves, while education is also under pressure to stay in touch.

Boris Johnson's education policy including £14 billion funds for schools likely to be one of his most scrutinised moves

After the Conservative ministries of David Cameron and Theresa May oversaw nine years of austerity measures, newly re-elected prime minister Boris Johnson has embarked on the challenge of reversing those public spending cuts, with one of his new spending pledges an additional £14 billion of extra funding for schools over three years.

Labour reveals plans to cap class sizes at 30 pupils

The Labour party will put a 30-pupil limit on the size of classes at all schools in England should it win the December 12 general election.

Ventures like Sport4Kids Franchising Ltd vital for the FA’s long-term strategy

Back in 2013, the appointment of Greg Dyke as chairman of the Football Association was a turning point in English football’s underlying strategy and the start of its emphasis on developing homegrown talent.

Conservatives pledge extra £10 million investment into Ofsted

The Conservative party has pledged to empower England’s education regulator Ofsted with plans to introduce longer inspection windows and a funding boost of £10 million.

FEATURE: Understanding the value of a knowledge-rich curriculum

Carl McCarthy, executive headteacher of Frogmore Junior School and two other schools within the GLF multi-academy trust, is a champion of knowledge-rich curricula and powerfully explains the impact they can have on disadvantaged pupils.

Lib Dems pledge 20,000 extra teachers as part of education spending

The Liberal Democrats have promised to invest billions into schools should they win December’s general election, including on the recruitment of 20,000 more teachers over five years.

Labour to offer free adult retraining scheme

The Labour party has promised to spend an additional £3 billion per year on a scheme to provide adults in England with free access to retraining which will increase job prospects and help close the skills gap.

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