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Want to learn more about school digital strategies?

Want to learn more about school digital strategies?

Well, we’ve got it covered – be sure to listen to Al Kingsley on the Teach Middle East Podcast! In this issue, Al discusses school digital strategies and the impact of technology on the continuation of learning during a pandemic.  In this episode, Al highlights key...

Amazing video games that extend school learning in the home

Amazing video games that extend school learning in the home

One of the challenges for parents is finding ways to connect children’s activities at home to things they are learning at school. In fact, this seems like such a challenge as to almost be a laughable idea. But, if we can find ways to create activities at home that...

Watch back the “Check it out!” show – February Edition

Watch back the “Check it out!” show – February Edition

With February ending, that marks the completion of another successful episode of the “Check it out!” show. Once again hosted by Al Kingsley and Mark Anderson (authors of ‘A Guide to Creating a Digital Strategy in Education’), this edition helps educators discover new...

Check out these upcoming events in March!

Check out these upcoming events in March!

Over the next few weeks, Al Kingsley and Mark Anderson will be busy presenting at educational events to help support the continuation of learning during these challenging times.This week is the FED National Education Summit from Monday 1st March to Thursday 4th March....

My apprenticeship – the challenge of remote working!

My apprenticeship – the challenge of remote working!

With the current advice and restrictions imposed by the Government as a result of Covid-19, we’ve all experienced a sudden change in what we know as our normal working life. This is especially applicable to apprentices across the country, including myself – trying to...

My first 6 months as an apprentice!

My first 6 months as an apprentice!

The start of my apprenticeship journey came around rather quickly – I was approaching the exam season period of my A-Levels and was still unsure of my next move. While I had applied to multiple universities, planning to take a combined business and marketing course, I...

National Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week

This week (3rd – 9th February) is National Apprenticeship Week, and, for the first time ever, it has been extended to continue throughout the weekend too - giving the apprenticeship community more opportunity to get involved with activities. These activities involve...

The end of my apprenticeship journey

The end of my apprenticeship journey

March 2019 marks the end of my apprenticeship journey. The years of study and determination have paid off. Why? Because now I have achieved my Level 2 & Level 3 Business Administration NVQ and have achieved and displayed many other qualities in personal...

My apprenticeship experience

My apprenticeship experience

Name: Wayne Page. Age: 62 (yes you read that right!) Apprenticeship: NVQ Level 3 - Lead Adult Social Care Worker. Qualifications: NVQ level 2 - Business Administration. Technically I am not an apprentice, but I am completing an apprenticeship as part of my CPD as a...

Apprenticeship information

Apprenticeship information

What can I earn? As an apprentice you will earn a wage as you would in any other job. The starting salary for an apprentice can vary based on different factors including: The level of the apprenticeship The sector your job is based in e.g. retail, engineering, IT,...

Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeship Information

Anyone over the age of 16 and living in England can apply for and complete an apprenticeship. All vacancy adverts usually state what the specific entry requirements are for that role. There will be different entry requirements depending on the job role, industry and...

Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeship Information

As a student still in full time education it can be daunting thinking about the world outside of your school. For those who don’t want to go to university the idea of work and finding a job can be even scarier. There are so many more options available than you might...

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