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A recent report which examines concerns that pandemic will hit job prospects of young people hardest has revealed that Firms slash entry-level...

Leading Childcare Provider To Stay Open Despite Government Revoking Essential Financial Support

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Following the Government’s latest guidance limiting early years providers access to essential financial support, Busy Bees nurseries will be keeping over 100 of its centres...

BBC launches star-filled education service for children in lockdown

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From Monday 20 April, the BBC is launching an education service for children that are currently at home as a result of the Covid-19...

Online dance classes for disabled children are helping parents and carers during lockdown

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Flamingo Chicks, a UK charity for disabled children, has created a series of virtual dance classes designed especially for children with conditions such as...

UK students sign up to rent strike

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Hundreds of UK students are protesting being trapped in accommodation due to the coronavirus. UK university students have signed up to a rent strike in...

'Lovers of Modena’ were men, new research confirms

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By George Biggs Archeologists have discovered that the famous ‘Lovers of Modena’ were both male. The 1,600 year old skeletal remains were discovered in an ancient...

‘Lovers of Modena’ were men, new research confirms

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By George Biggs Archeologists have discovered that the famous ‘Lovers of Modena’ were both male. The 1,600 year old skeletal remains were discovered in an ancient...

‘Lovers of Modena’ were men, new research confirms

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By George Biggs Archeologists have discovered that the famous ‘Lovers of Modena’ were both male. The 1,600 year old skeletal remains were discovered in an ancient...

Nearly half of parents want mobile phones banned in schools

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By Shayan Shakir Just under half of parents (49%) in the UK believe that schools should ban mobile phones, a survey has revealed. An eighth of...

Top GCSE grades on the rise

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By Shayan Shakir Even after implementing what has been described as tougher exams, GCSE grades seem to be on the rise as this year 20.7...

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