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A Message from Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, followed by Angloslav International's best practice article

The ability to listen and learn from one another has always been vital in parliament, in business and in most aspects of daily life. But at this particular moment in time, as national and global events continue to reiterate, it is uncommonly crucial that we forge new channels of communication and reinforce existing ones. The following article from Angloslav International is an attempt to do just that. We would welcome your thoughts on this or any other Parliamentary Review article.

Blunkett signature Rt Hon The Lord David Blunkett
Pickles signature Rt Hon The Lord Eric Pickles

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Director Inga Neaves
A noble shoot grafted
for life
The United Kingdom has a long and proud history of
culture and academic excellence and it is for this reason
so many people come to the UK from abroad to study.
For over two decades, Scion Mastery, formerly Angloslav
Education, has helped nurture the next generation. A scion is
an inheritor, not of wealth, but of learning – and each of their
students embraces the responsibility to achieve the best possible
education and harness their innate ability. Director Inga Neaves
tells
The Parliamentary Review
more.
Our raison d’être
Graduate students from prestigious schools and elite universities are better
educated, better trained and better prepared for achievements and success than
ever before. Modern scion leads structured, supervised and fully organised skill-
enhancing activities, live. There is a generation of students who are extraordinarily
bright, morally earnest and incredibly industrious.
This generation is entering the workforce without challenging themselves and with
a responsibility to carry the world on their shoulders. We believe children ought to
be more in control of their dreams and aspirations, exposed to real life as early as
possible, preferably from the age of nine.
As parents we push and discipline children, letting them fall and raise themselves,
in order to give them the chance to achieve more. Often, we might not see the
FACTS ABOUT
SCION MASTERY
»Director: Inga Neaves
»Established in 1993
»Located in Belgravia, London
»Services: Academic career
planning, guardianship and
holistic tutoring
»Started off as Angloslav
Education, catering primarily
for students from Eastern
European countries
Scion Mastery
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BEST PRACTICE REPRESENTATIVE 2019
result of our investment for 20 to 30
years, but we know that it is the right
thing to do. Authentic parenting is an
art: of loving support without being
a dictator, yet there is no institute
for parenting. Our multidisciplinary
approach allows us to stay creative
and dynamic while collaborating
with parents, students and schools to
create a pyramid, at the apex of which
liessuccess.
Spotting passion, nurturing
talent
It is necessary to identify aptitudes and
genuine interests in children – traits
that can be apparent as early as age
six. Talent and passion on their own
do not lead to an interesting and
fulfilling life. Using a uniquely tailored
approach, we inspire each individual
and guide them through their career
confidently, giving them the ability to
fully master their skills. At the heart
of our approach lies an open, secure
environment that gives our clients
and students confidence to express
aspirations, ideas and concerns in
pursuit of their vocation.
After identifying what success means
for individuals, we take them through
the important stage of elimination:
eliminate who you are not, and you
will have a better chance to find out
who you are. The next step is to set
a personal protocol that consists
of tradition. Regardless of age, we
encourage our clients to expand
their horizons, fulfil their potential,
embrace new experiences, celebrate
achievement and take responsibility for
their future.
A constant awareness of
change
An Oxbridge degree is not a guarantee
of financial and social success, but
nor is dropping out of university and
leaving home at 15. To be able to
help our clients to remain afloat in a
rapidly changing world, we carefully
monitor trends in the job market
and education before these patterns
become widely accepted as a norm.
A bachelor’s degree is becoming
the standard education level. Top
companies have created their own
tests and interview processes, whereby
much emphasis is placed on the skills
a candidate already has and intends
toacquire.
School and an undergraduate degree
are a great place to start. Each activity
that you choose to participate in, each
role you embark on and opportunity
you take will have some benefit,
whether in the form of income,
skill development, experience or
geographic location. Every activity
we offer to our clients focuses
on developing skills and pursuing
opportunities with joy and excitement.
The educational reforms of 2015
have made many aspects of the
examination system more rigorous
and difficult. Academic coaches act as
mentors in an adult world. They know
their subject well and understand
that decision-making and functional
skills are important in achieving high
marks in exams. Academic coaches
teach our students executive function
An Oxbridge
degree is not
a guarantee of
financial and
social success,
nor is
dropping out
of university
and leaving
home at 15
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skills such as: how to discover the
time needed to be ready for the
exam, how to break a long journey
into smaller parts, how to identify
an opportunity cost and how to stay
focused and alert. We teach students
to be responsible for their actions at
all times.
The digital revolution is opening up
a great divide between a skilled and
wealthy few and the rest of society.
Last year we saw a rise in demand
for web CVs as a part of the job
application process. We ensure that
our students understand the limitations
they have in the job market if their
knowledge of technology only extends
as far as playing computer games.
We match the student’s ability and
personality to an appropriate way
for them to acquire technical skills,
whether individual, online or a boot-
camp type of education.
We’ve created a range of activities
that accurately emulate real-world
scenarios. Those who engage in
these are much better equipped to
participate in the professional world.
Such efforts can also be of value
where intergenerational wealth risks
breeding complacency in its successive
heirs. Being an indispensable pillar of
a successful life, it is incumbent upon
us to impart such knowledge. The
ability to read financial statements,
understand a salary structure, budget
and plan will be a huge boost in
almost any career.
Post-Brexit
The prospect of leaving the EU does
not seem to have affected foreign
interest in attending schools and
universities in Britain, despite fears to
the contrary in some circles. Indeed,
we continue to see reinforced positive
attitudes in our clients towards the
British education system. Multicultural
British society is filled with energy
and enthusiasm and provides endless
opportunity. London is a capital of
the financial and high-tech industry,
art and philosophy, government
and education. Many parents have
high ambitions for their children and
they want them to receive a world-
class education in an increasingly
internationalised world, a world in
which borders are becoming ever less
consequential.
We are planning to expand our
existing provision, both geographically
and in terms of the range of our
offering. Ultimately, we believe that
everyone has a special talent within
them that can be developed. Our
strategies are neither easy nor quick,
but they are exciting, thorough,
sustainable and conducive to a life of
accomplishment and satisfaction. The
degree to which we are successful
in this pursuit is reflected in the
fact that many of our clients are
intergenerational and are attracted via
word-of-mouth recommendation. This
is a trajectory along which we expect
to continue.
We ensure that
our students
understand the
limitations they
have in the job
market if their
knowledge of
technology
only extends as
far as playing
computer
games
A very little key will open
a very heavy door

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This article was sponsored by Angloslav International. The Parliamentary Review is wholly funded by the representatives who write for it. The publication in which this article originally appeared contained the following foreword from Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng.

Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng's Foreword For The Parliamentary Review

By Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng

This year’s Parliamentary Review reflects on a tumultuous and extraordinary year, globally and nationally. As well as being an MP, I am a keen student of history, and I am conscious that 2020 would mark the end of an era. It will be remembered as the year in which we concluded Brexit negotiations and finally left the European Union. Above all, it will be remembered as the year of Covid-19.

In our fight against the pandemic, I am delighted that our vaccination programme is beginning to turn the tide – and I pay tribute to the British businesses, scientists and all those who have helped us to achieve this. But the virus has dealt enormous damage, and we now have a duty to rebuild our economy.

We must ensure that businesses are protected. We have made more than £350 billion available to that end, with grants, business rates relief and our furlough scheme supporting more than 11 million people and jobs in every corner of the country, maintaining livelihoods while easing the pressure on employers. The next step is to work with business to build back better and greener, putting the net zero carbon challenge at the heart of our recovery. This is a complex undertaking, but one which I hope will be recognised as a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Through the prime minister’s ten point plan for a green industrial revolution, we can level up every region of the UK, supporting 250,000 green jobs while we accelerate our progress towards net zero carbon emissions.

With our commitment to raise R&D spending to 2.4% of GDP and the creation of the Advanced Research & Invention Agency, we are empowering our fantastic researchers to take on groundbreaking research, delivering funding with flexibility and speed. With this approach, innovators will be able to work with our traditional industrial heartlands to explore new technologies, and design and manufacture the products on which the future will be built – ready for export around the globe.

And I believe trade will flourish. We are a leading nation in the fight against climate change. As the host of COP26 this year, we have an incredible opportunity to market our low-carbon products and expertise. Our departure from the EU gives us the chance to be a champion of truly global free trade; we have already signed trade deals with more than 60 countries around the world.

As we turn the page and leave 2020 behind, I am excited about the new chapter which Britain is now writing for itself, and for the opportunities which lie ahead of us.
Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy