More great news for young people as the Government announces the introduction of the Technical Baccalaureate, a high-quality vocational education on a par with the A-levels.
Mayank Anand, a research student in BU’s School of Design, Engineering & Computing, recently attended the SET for Britain at the House of Commons in London. SET for Britain is an annual national research conference which is organized by The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee and aims at promoting early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers and technologists of Britain.
The Chancellor has announced his budget for An Aspiration Nation. Take a look at this very short video to how it his budget his a help for hard wrokers, for drivers, for homebuyers for employment business and those who enjoy a pint.
Tobias visited the SPARC Programme held by Dorset Fire and Rescue Service at Springbourne Fire Station as students completed their week’s course.
There's no doubt Green business is now big business. Here in the South West alone there are over 4000 'green industry' companies, employing almost 80,000 people. And it’s not just the domestic market that is growing but our regions’ exports are now valued at almost £1bn a year.
So what better way to promote this important industry than through a national week of activities which showcase practical solutions to the problems arising from climate change from every sector of society?
Tobias along with Jon Dunne of Charles Higgins and a team of people gathered at Shelley Manor Theatre in Boscombe Manor to help construct the chairs, which he helped to secure from the IMAX before its demolition started.
Tobias visited St Peter’s School Bournemouth to meet the recently appointed Head Teacher, 6th Form Students and those studying politics.
The Rt Hon George Osborne MP chose to make his major speech on Banking Reform at J P Morgan in Bournemouth
Is the country going in the right direction? Here are the facts
The Coalition Government is now mid-way through its term and whilst there is still plenty more to do, the past 2 and a half years have set Britain on the right track. A quarter of the deficit has been cleared and some difficult choices have led to bold reforms in welfare, the NHS, education and our immigration policy.