Enhancing student learning is undeniably one of the most important roles of a teacher. Being in charge of a classroom means finding ways to positively influence a child’s well-being about their education. Feedback has to be constructive, or else there’s little point in giving it. The role and impact of the teacher’s feedback are explored in the post below.
A nursery business is a rewarding and profitable venture. It also allows you to provide an essential service to an area.
Opening a nursery in the Beverley area helps you work with the community, but you will need to consider many aspects of the business before you take the plunge. Here are some of the things to consider when opening a nursery in the Beverley area.
Members of the Armed Forces and their families living in East Yorkshire will be further supported by the new legislation for the Armed Forces Covenant.
In the area of healthcare, education, and housing, the new Armed Forces Covenant Duty, which came into force on 22 November, requires relevant public sector bodies to demonstrate ‘due regard’ for the Armed Forces community and the Covenant principles.
Foundations Live 2022 will take place at a college near Beverley, East Yorkshire this week. This is one of the region’s biggest construction, careers, and trade events.
Bishop Burton College in East Yorkshire will host the event on 20th October, offering contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers the chance to meet and network. There will also be over 70 exhibitors showcasing their training and employment opportunities, products, and services.
As part of the Centenary of Youth celebrations for World First Aid Day, St John Ambulance is holding an event in Anlaby on 10 September.
There will be fun activities for both children and adults at the Men in Sheds building, First Lane, Anlaby from 12-5pm, including face painting, bouncy castles, CPR demonstrations, refreshments, and award-winning cakes.
Through its new Education Workers Scheme, Barratt Developments, which includes Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, helped education workers across East Yorkshire save over £600,000 as they step onto, or further up, the property ladder.
Nurseries, schools, colleges, and universities that are members of the Education Workers Scheme can get 7% off the price of a new home, which translates to £15,000 off every £500,000.
Anyone who has ever spent any time hunting for a job knows how competitive and tough it can be. The UK job market may be more welcoming now than it was a couple of years ago, but there are still plenty of reasons to be cautious.
What’s more, you are still going to be going up against some fierce competition.
Arco, the UK’s leading safety company, has donated £3,000 to local charity Run With It, an educational support non-profit charity, to help develop literacy and numeracy skills in local young people.
Arco is also encouraging colleagues to involve themselves with volunteering opportunities across all Run With It programmes, including aiding in the delivery of two new ten-week education programmes in Beverley during September, benefitting up to 60 students.
CBD is a chemical compound extracted from the cannabis stevia plant. Its popularity relies on its efficiency in improving the body’s condition and its importance in daily products like cosmetic items and medicines.
Besides its popularity among younger generations and teens, CBD products are used for pleasure, therapeutic and health purposes.
Bishop Burton College is pleased to announce they have been awarded the national Quality in Careers Standard for its careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) provision.
The Quality in Careers Standard is a dedicated national quality award and is strongly recommended by the Department of Education to form part of all state-funded further education colleges’ careers strategies.