Halsbury Travel has been named the UK's sixth fastest-growing tour operator and the fastest-growing educational tour operator.
Posted on:28 October 2015
Posted in: Business Studies
On the second Tuesday in October, the world remembers a female pioneer of computer programming, Ada Lovelace.
Posted on:13 October 2015
Posted in: Science
Earth Science Week is celebrated every October and this year's theme is 'Geological Time'.
Posted on:12 October 2015
Posted in: Geography
Today is World Teachers’ Day, where people around the world consider the vital role that teachers play in society and all of our futures.
Posted on:05 October 2015
On 3rd October, Germany will celebrate its national day (Nationalfeiertag), commemorating the reunification of Germany in 1990.
Posted on:02 October 2015
Posted in: Language
Sunday is World Tourism Day, when we are encouraged to reflect on the role of tourism in today's world.
Posted on:25 September 2015
Tomorrow is the European Day of Languages, when Europeans across the continent celebrate their linguistic diversity and promote language learning.
In July, a group from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School took a school history trip to Normandy, to learn about D-Day. Find out how they got on in this, their school trip diary!
Posted on:18 September 2015
Posted in: WW2
One of the main headlines to come from the GCSE and A-Level results days were the continued decline in the uptake of modern foreign languages.
Posted on:26 August 2015
Tagged with: French
The new 'Core Maths' qualification is set to inspire students to see the practical applications of maths.
Posted on:04 August 2015
Posted in: Mathematics
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