There has been a lot of talk lately about the standard of English and maths, not only in young people, but also in adults.

If you are a teacher or trainer, there will be opportunities to help improve these skills, along with those of information and communication technology (ICT). This article will give you some ideas of how to embed these skills during your sessions, rather than treat them as separate subjects. You will find some useful web links […]

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Useful Links

Below are some useful links to related motoring websites. Oxford University Press Educational publisher of textbooks, software and online resources from Primary to FE available to buy online. global.oup.com The Institute of the Motor Industry International body for those employed in the automotive industry and associated sectors. www.motor.org.uk Motorsport News Motorsport News is the voice of British […]

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Useful Links- Care

Below are some useful links to related Health and Social Care websites. Oxford University Press Educational publisher of textbooks, software and online resources from Primary to FE available to buy online. global.oup.com Care UK Care UK is a leading independent provider of health and social care. Working in partnership with local authorities, primary care trusts and […]

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Useful Links- Functional Skills

Below are some useful links to related educational and teaching orientated websites. Oxford University Press Educational publisher of textbooks, software and online resources from Primary to FE available to buy online. global.oup.com ForSkills Forskills provides a range of solutions to your Functional and Basic Skills needs. Including SkillsBuilder, SkillsAssess and SkillsTrack. www.forskills.co.uk The TES The largest network […]

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August Blog

August blog time and we have reached the summer break for F1, finishing at the Hungaroring in Hungary on July 27th before recommencing at Spa in Belgium on August 24th. The battle at the front is heating up between Hamilton and Rosberg in the Mercedes cars with Hamilton having more of his share of unreliability […]

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The Department for Education (DfE) has published a list of English and maths qualifications that providers must choose from as a “condition of funding” for 16 to 18-year-old learners that do not already have at least grade C in English or maths.

The list of 245 eligible qualifications — part of the Study Programme implementation — includes 115 at entry level, 53 at level one, 24 at levels one and two and 53 atjust level two. Of these, 150 are for English, 89 are for maths and six are available in both subjects. In total, 17 GCSEs […]

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