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About 28,000 A-level students who want to go to university ‘have no offer’
An increasingly large proportion of A-level students may have 'no offer' from their chosen university and subject on results day this year.
What do you think caused this spike in admission rejections?
Read the article here >> https://loom.ly/ofEmhhc
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About 28,000 A-level students who want to go to university ‘have no offer’ Analysis by data experts finds the figure has increased from about 16,000 at this stage of admissions process in 2019
Nearly half of business school students want jobs where they can work remotely – FE News
“Having studied remotely for much of the Covid pandemic, students are looking to continue this way of working in their careers,” said Amber Wigmore Alvarez, Chief Talent Officer at Highered. Read more>>
Nearly half of business school students want jobs where they can work remotely – FE News – Nearly half of business school students want jobs where they can work remotely
Universities urged to allow for Covid impact on poorer students’ A-levels
One in five A-level students (21%) who applied to university missed more than 20 days of school this year due to Covid disruption, while a third have missed 11 days or more, according to research by the Sutton Trust educational charity. Read more>>
Universities urged to allow for Covid impact on poorer students’ A-levels Pandemic has compounded working-class applicants’ disadvantages as teachers fear growing attainment gap, charity finds
Teachers support digital exams, but tech hurdles await
In a recent poll conducted by AQA, the country’s largest provider of GCSEs and A-levels, 81% of headteachers and 64% of teachers felt a move towards digital exams in England was “inevitable”.
Do you agree?
Read the full article here >> https://loom.ly/SwDaqdU
Teachers support digital exams, but tech hurdles await Research by exam board AQA finds substantial barriers to digitising exams in England, despite support for the model
Training centre expansion will launch space and robotics apprenticeships
“OAS aims to create the next generation of engineering talent and upskill the existing workforce.”
What do you think about the launch of new apprenticeship programmes in space, robotics, data science, energy storage, power engineering and cyber security at Culham Science Centre?
Read more >> https://loom.ly/6NmuyIo
Training centre expansion will launch space and robotics apprenticeships Construction work started to expand Oxfordshire Advanced Skills (OAS) and launch new apprenticeships at Culham Science Centre.
Ungraded and ‘requires improvement’ providers can deliver more T Levels sooner
The Department says this is “to ensure as many young people as possible can benefit from them.”
Do you agree with the new guidance? >> https://loom.ly/9KHYjZ8
Ungraded and ‘requires improvement’ providers can deliver more T Levels sooner Updated guidance makes 'requires improvement' and ungraded providers eligible to deliver more T Levels from September 2023.
DfE needs to build a more trusting partnership with colleges – FE News
The Association of Colleges' comments come as the department has launched a new consultation looking at funding and accountability reform.
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DfE needs to build a more trusting partnership with colleges – FE News – DfE needs to build a more trusting partnership with colleges
Pearson appealing to keep a third of its BTEC courses at risk
In May, the Department for Education published a draft list of 38 BTECs that are planned to be culled. These are among 160 level 3 qualifications the DfE is looking to defund from 2024 as they “overlap” with the government’s flagship T Levels.
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Pearson appealing to keep a third of its BTEC courses at risk The deadline for awarding bodies to appeal is July 8
Record numbers of disadvantaged UK students apply for university
Sarah Stevens, director of policy at the Russell Group of research intensive universities, said: “Today’s figures show that despite a highly competitive environment, the UK remains a world-class destination for international students.
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Record numbers of disadvantaged UK students apply for university Ucas data also shows surge in applications from Nigeria, India and China but fall in nursing applications
ACS International Schools are looking for a University Guidance Counsellor to join their team from August 2022!
With an exemplary benefits package included, this role could be the ideal next step in your counselling career.
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7 in 10 English college staff set to quit sector amidst cost of living crisis – FE News
One respondent said: “It has got to an untenable position where I can no longer stay in my current job as I can no longer afford to work there, even though I’m a full time teacher."
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7 in 10 English college staff set to quit sector amidst cost of living crisis – FE News – 7 in 10 English college staff set to quit sector amidst cost of living crisis
DfE to rename college comparison website as performance tables return
The Department for Education said last year key stage four and post-16 performance data would return this year, defending it as an “important” measure to help parents and students choose schools and colleges. Is it the right decision?>>
DfE to rename college comparison website as performance tables return Government says this will signal not to make 'direct comparisons' without asking colleges how Covid affected them
Top apprenticeship employers for 2022 announced
The public sector secured the prestigious top slots on the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers 2022 list, with the Army first, the Royal Navy second and Royal Airforce in fourth place, closely followed by the Department of Work and Pensions in fifth position. Read more>>
Top apprenticeship employers for 2022 announced Large and small employers across the public and private sector recognised for their vital contribution to apprenticeships
Provide apprenticeship careers talks or face legal action, schools told
The skills and post-16 education act 2022, which passed into law in April, creates a new legal duty for schools to provide pupils with “at least six encounters with a provider of approved technical education qualifications or apprenticeships”. Read more>>
Provide apprenticeship careers talks or face legal action, schools told Consultation launched on new duty to give pupils six 'mandatory encounters' from FE and apprenticeship providers
Colleges fork out for taxis and b&bs to get students to exams during rail strikes
FE leaders have outlined the efforts students have made as thousands of services have been cancelled as part of national rail strikes. Read more>>
Colleges fork out for taxis and b&bs to get students to exams during rail strikes Students resorted to sleepovers and parents took days off work to get their children to college on time
Today we celebrate women all over the world in engineering!
As pioneers in STEM, they are truly an inspiration both inside and outside the classroom.
This week, Educate and Celebrate shared some useful classroom tips and lesson ideas to celebrate Pride this month and beyond to support an inclusive curriculum.
Take a look at our latest blog to find out more! >> https://loom.ly/wjWEoBs
Plan to replace A Levels with a British Baccalaureate welcomed by ex-UK prime ministers
Highers in Scotland and A Levels in England, Wales and Northern Ireland would be scrapped and replaced with a British Baccalaureate, while GCSEs and Scottish National qualifications would be cut back. What do you make of the plans?>>
Plan to replace A Levels with a British Baccalaureate welcomed by ex-UK prime ministers Sir Tony Blair and Sir John Major endorse recommendation to 'reset' education in Britain
Award-winning dairy farmer endorses value of apprenticeships – FE News
“By the time Ffion finishes her apprenticeship, she will be able to work on any dairy farm if she decides to move on. I think there should be more apprenticeships, as they are the best way to learn a trade," says farmer William.
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Award-winning dairy farmer endorses value of apprenticeships – FE News – Award-winning dairy farmer endorses value of apprenticeships
Why FE teaching is one of the best ways to give back – FE News
"Teaching in FE is a rewarding way to use your real world experience, pass on your knowledge and bring theory to life," says Jenny Garrett in this article.
Have you considered moving to work in FE? >> https://loom.ly/ioohRdI
Why FE teaching is one of the best ways to give back – FE News – Why FE teaching is one of the best ways to give back
Major review launched to bring colleges back into public sector
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has announced that further education colleges, sixth form college corporations and designated institutions are to be assessed and possibly reclassified. What might this mean for FE? Read more>>
Major review launched to bring colleges back into public sector After ten years in the private sector, the ONS are now considering whether to reclassify colleges as public sector organisations.
DfE surveys reveal reasons behind huge apprentice drop-outs
The most common apprenticeship-related reasons that contributed to apprentices not completing were: not enough time for learning/training (44 per cent), training not being as good as they had hoped (43 per cent) and the apprenticeship being badly run or poorly organised (41 per cent). Read more>>
DfE surveys reveal reasons behind huge apprentice drop-outs Complex and wide ranging contributers to withdrawals found by researchers
Colleges call for emergency government funding to boost staff pay
Ministers are being urged to stump up emergency funding for colleges so that staff pay can be increased in the face of a cost-of-living and recruitment crisis. What will the likely response be?
Colleges call for emergency government funding to boost staff pay The DfE is also being asked to review FE policies to reduce financial risks
Skills boost for local communities
Under the scheme, The Open University will work with colleges that do not currently offer higher technical education, or want to expand the range of courses they offer. Read more>>
Skills boost for local communities The Open University to work with colleges to offer more high-quality higher and technical education.
GCSE and A-level exam invigilator shortages mean parents and teachers are stepping in
The Department for Education (DfE) does not expect major problems as schools should have "robust contingency plans". But is that expectation tallying with reality?>>
GCSE and A-level exam invigilator shortages mean parents and teachers are stepping in A union is warning of invigilator shortages as pupils sit their first summer exams since 2019.
ChatHealth text service launched to help young people 'open up'
It is hoped that young people will feel more confident to flag personal issues via text, rather than face-to-face. What do you think of this new type of service?>>
ChatHealth text service launched to help young people 'open up' ChatHealth allows teenagers aged 11 to 19 to get help with a range of health issues via text message.
Letter to heads ahead of the start of GCSE, AS and A level exams, May 2022
In the letter, Jo Saxton, Chief Regulator, said: "I wanted to write to you to thank you for everything that you and your colleagues do to support the smooth running of exams and assessments. Your role is vital in making sure that they go ahead effectively." Read more>>
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Increased mental health support for children and young people
The new investment will mean up to 8,000 more schools and colleges will be able to apply for a training grant by the end of this financial year. Read more about the new funding>>
Increased mental health support for children and young people £10 million to extend senior mental health lead training to reach more schools and colleges
New Ofqual 3-year plan puts students and apprentices at its heart
"The pandemic has, rightly, catalysed questions about not if, but when, and how, greater use of technology and onscreen assessment should be adopted," said Ofqual Chair Ian Bauckham. Read more >>
New Ofqual 3-year plan puts students and apprentices at its heart Ofqual sets out its vision to steer the future of qualifications.
Small employer apprenticeship starts rise for first time in 5 years
Businesses with fewer than 50 employees saw their starts numbers shoot up by 12 per cent compared to 2019/20, the first recorded increase since 2015/16. Read more>>
Small employer apprenticeship starts rise for first time in 5 years But the numbers are still way off pre-pandemic and levy reform levels
Civil Service to deliver thousands of high quality apprenticeships across the UK
The schemes offer people across the UK a route into employment, with a programme of industry-leading training and opportunities for secondment in the private sector equipping apprentices with highly-recruitable skills. Read more >>
Civil Service to deliver thousands of high quality apprenticeships across the UK The new strategy will drive up quality and set new targets to diversify the pipeline of talent into government and spread Civil Service jobs across the country.
New college course set to improve wellbeing through the power of books
Trainees will develop bibliotherapy skills that they will be able to use to support people in their workplace and communities, people who would benefit from personalised book prescriptions and conversations around reading to increase their overall wellbeing. Read more >>
New college course set to improve wellbeing through the power of books The power of books and reading to improve wellbeing is about to be demonstrated through a new course being offered at Exeter College.
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