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Dispelling a few myths about apprenticeships

A report published today by the House of Commons Education Committee, Apprenticeships and traineeships for 16 – 19 year-olds reveals that despite a heavy Government push on apprenticeships: 16 per cent of 14 -16 year-olds think that apprenticeships are only available for manual workers and 27 per cent  of 14 – 16 year olds think that apprenticeships are aimed at ... Read More »

UK Students Head Abroad To Avoid Tuition Fees

Many UK students are taking advantage of being EU citizens by heading overseas to study. With universities across the continent offering subsidised or even free courses, those who are studying postgraduate courses have found the offer particularly enticing. In fact, statistics show that those taking master’s courses in the UK have decreased by 5.6 per cent, so could students be ... Read More »

Unemployed and anxious young people stay home

Statistics Show 1/3 of Unemployed Young People Too Anxious To Go Outside Research into the well-being of young people in the UK has shown that over one third of those who are unemployed are too anxious to even leave their homes in the morning. The Prince’s Trust Macquarie Youth Index has found that 35 per cent of unemployed young people ... Read More »

A-level advice, by Molly Pipe

It seems to be that whenever a year group is faced with the task of moving up to study A-levels, they are bombarded with terrifying tales, from the seemingly battle-scarred year above. Stories abound, of sleepless nights, looming deadlines and a single day’s workload that takes until Easter to complete but my advice to you is – don’t believe a ... Read More »

Film review: Mockingjay Part 1 By Christy Au

Mockingjay Part 1, the first part of the finale to the Hunger Games trilogy which is set in the post-apocalyptic city of Panem tells the tale of Katniss Everdeen, played by Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence. Everdeen, who becomes a symbol of salvation and rebellion against a brutal regime which tries to suppress all in its way leads a rebellion ... Read More »

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