Local MP visits college’s new Institute of Technology

Local MP visits college’s new Institute of Technology

East Riding College welcomed local MP Graham Stuart to its Flemingate campus in Beverley this week for a “hard-hat tour” of its new Institute of Technology (IoT). The tour allowed Mr Stuart to view the progress of the construction of the IoT - part of the Yorkshire and Humber Institute of Technology and one of only 12 such institutes across the country. The new facility at East Riding College is...

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Dedicated base for children with autism inspires awareness-raising project

Dedicated base for children with autism inspires awareness-raising project

The team behind one of Hull’s first purpose-built bases for children with autism is raising awareness of the condition among pupils and its workforce. Sewell Construction is building the new £8.2 million Broadacre Primary School in Wawne Road, Kingfields Park, following a surge in demand for places. The school will include a 10-place base for young children with autistic spectrum condition, a...

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Business leaders, their families and boarding school

Business leaders, their families and boarding school

Much has changed since the days when youngsters were packed off to austere schools and didn’t see home again until the end of term, writes Janita Gray – commissioning editor, The Good Schools Guide. Today’s boarding schools are diverse, well-appointed and tailored to suit modern family life. Most offer a version of full, weekly or flexi boarding, or even a combination. Whichever you choose,...

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Apprenticeships are here to stay!

Apprenticeships are here to stay!

There are thousands of opportunities out there for people of all ages and stages of their working lives – the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education explains the options… Covid-19 has placed huge strain on apprentices, employers and training providers, but they are still achieving incredible things and helping to launch thousands of rewarding and lucrative careers. Apprenticeships...

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University of Hull welcomes new business school director

University of Hull welcomes new business school director

Dr Yvonne Moogan has been appointed as the new director at the Hull University Business School. Dr Moogan, who studied economics at Hull in 1986, was the first person in her family to attend university, and said she was attracted to the city by its “beautiful campus and friendly open day”. Since then, Dr Moogan has worked at a number of universities across the country – most recently, as...

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