Founded in 1983, KRCS are UK’s leading Apple specialists. We’ve been providing solutions since the days of the Apple II, the first commercially popular microcomputer manufactured by Apple. Our FirstClass programme is a culmination of over 30 years of experience gained in UK schools, colleges and universities.
A survey into the standard of UK secondary school science labs has revealed that a shocking 49.5% of teaching professionals are not confident about pupil safety in science lessons.
The study conducted by leading education interior specialist, Innova Design Solutions, also revealed that a damning 63% of respondents view science labs as low tech, with 11% saying their facilities are very low tech.
UCAS launches a brand new service on ucas.com that enables students to search for postgraduate courses in the UK, and access information and advice about postgraduate study. The service provides students with a list of 21,500 postgraduate courses at over 430 universities and colleges.
Esprit Tour Services specialise in the organisation, construction and delivery of high quality, personalised tour packages for schools and groups across the UK and Europe. We are driven to educate, inspire and build confidence through a highly structured and well delivered programme. With a key focus on History, we bring the subject to life through both our knowledge and passion for the subject.
Since the dawn of education, scribes have been creating educational resources by means of the written word, which have transformed into the creation of printed paperback and hardback books as time has progressed. Teachers and students have always used books for learning and as resources in class. However, they are becoming increasingly underused and underappreciated in education, with a survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) revealing that over a fifth of school staff said their school library budget has been cut by at least 40 per cent since 2010.
International Anglo-Italian cable manufacturer Tratos Ltd today welcomed Ofcom’s plans for breaking the BT Open
ONS figures confirm Britain’s productivity puzzle, to which lifelong learning presents a key solution
The UK must embrace lifelong learning if it is to make progress towards improved productivity, warns The Open University. This warning comes as productivity figures released today reveal how Britain compares with its fellow G7 nations and largest global trading partners.