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Adila speaks out on International Women’s Day 

Winstanley College student, Adila Badri, spoke out against gender stereotypes in the workplace on International Women’s Day as part of Wigan Council’s live #ChooseToChallenge debate.   The former Deanery High School pupil, who is 17 and studying maths, biology, English literature and chemistry A-level, was invited to take part in the debate because of her role as Member of Youth Parliament (MYP) for Wigan.  … Read more »

SupplyWell achieves recognition as ‘Top 10 National Winner’ 

Liverpool-based Ed-Tech scale-up, SupplyWell has been recognised by tech growth platform, TechNation, as one of the ‘Top 10 Winners’ of the Rising Stars 3.0 competition.  Rising Stars is a competition for innovative, early-stage tech companies. It is designed to showcase the best the country has to offer and provides a platform for businesses from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland… Read more »

The Law Factor goes Virtual!  

Liverpool John Moores University commits to supporting disadvantaged  LJMU’s Catherine Shillito has said: “LJMU’s commitment to supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to achieve their aspirations remains a priority.”    Whilst face-to-face outreach activity has been largely restricted for the past year, widening access initiatives have continued in a virtual format to address the under-representation of specific groups… Read more »

Communication remains key 

A recruitment agency recently revealed the must-have soft skills employers are looking for following the pandemic and the working from home arrangements.   Debut’s research listed communication, management and organisation as the top three must have skill sets with initiative, teamwork, passion and enthusiasm following closely behind.    It is these soft skills that can set an individual apart… Read more »

Easter workshop success!  

Over the past 12 months, CER Education has understood the challenges that newly qualified teachers (NQT’s) have faced as they step into their new teaching careers, adapting to virtual interviews and remote teaching for much of the school year.   As schools return to some normality, CER wanted to reach out and offer as much support… Read more »