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NEWS | Published July 2nd 2021, 8:02 am

Babble brings professional endurance cyclist on board

Leading cloud technology company Babble has recruited elite endurance cyclist, James Golding, as a brand ambassador.

NEWS | Published July 2nd 2021, 7:07 am

GQA Qualifications: 20 years of raising standards

As GQA Qualifications looks ahead to its 20-year anniversary celebration in January 2022, The Leaders Council looks back on its journey over the previous two decades.

NEWS | Published July 1st 2021, 2:02 pm

Leadership in focus: Riverside Education, a breaker of barriers, a provider of education and a source of opportunity

This week, the Leaders Council has reached out to SEND school and bespoke alternative education provider, Riverside Education, to explore how its unique approach to teaching and leading those with complex special educational needs can provide its pupils with the best chance of succeeding in life.

NEWS | Published July 1st 2021, 8:08 am

Get Active: England cricketer visits old school, Helsby Hillside

England cricketer Sophie Ecclestone recently visited Helsby Hillside Primary School, which she attended as a child, as part of a campaign to encourage pupils to get active after the Covid-19 lockdown.

NEWS | Published July 1st 2021, 7:07 am

TMS completes construction of new Toft Pier in Shetland

Teignmouth Maritime Services recently completed construction of the new £3.5 million Toft Pier in Shetland, which opened on May 17, 2021.

NEWS | Published June 30th 2021, 6:03 am

Shining the spotlight: Visit County Durham celebrates its 15th anniversary and outlines plans for the future

2021 sees the County of Durham’s destination management and marketing organisation, Visit County Durham, celebrate its 15th year working in partnership with local businesses to develop and grow Durham’s tourist economy.

NEWS | Published June 29th 2021, 2:02 pm

Neurodiversity in Planning Engagement: A Chairman’s View

Writing for The Leaders Council, Chris Plenderleith, Executive Chairman of town planning and global real estate consultancy, the Leith Group, discusses his perspective on neurodiversity, the challenges faced by the neurodivergent, and how employers can help break down societal barriers to their success.

NEWS | Published June 29th 2021, 8:02 am

The Sheiling Ringwood launches 70th Anniversary Summer Challenge

In celebration of its 70th anniversary, special educational needs and disabilities school, the Sheiling Ringwood, has launched a 2021 Summer Challenge in which participants must walk, run, cycle or swim 70 miles.

NEWS | Published June 29th 2021, 7:03 am

SCI CEO says new UK-Australia trade deal signals new chapter for British business

Responding to the recent news of the UK striking a new trade deal with Australia, Sharon Todd, CEO of the Society of Chemical Industry [SCI], says that the agreement marks the start of a new chapter for UK innovation and business.

NEWS | Published June 28th 2021, 8:08 am

Leadership in Education Roundup: Schools share how they have addressed educational attainment gap

As the nation comes to terms with the Education Select Committee's damning conclusion that white working-class pupils have been failed by decades of neglect in England’s education system, three primary school headteachers share how their schools have strived to close the gap in educational attainment, for all.

NEWS | Published June 28th 2021, 7:07 am

Government makes £483 million investment into upgrading school buildings

The government has announced that thousands of pupils across England are set to benefit from improvements to their facilities, with £483 million to be invested into upgrading school buildings.

NEWS | Published June 27th 2021, 1:01 pm

Winton Primary School launches ‘Devices for All’ fundraiser

North London based Winton Primary School has launched a ‘Devices for All’ fundraising campaign which aims to close the digital poverty gap by providing each of its pupils with access to a digital device both in school and at home.

NEWS | Published June 27th 2021, 11:11 am

Creo Medical named among finalists for Royal Academy of Engineering award

Innovative healthcare sector manufacturer Creo Medical has been listed among the finalists for the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2021 MacRobert Award, the premier award for UK engineering innovation.

NEWS | Published June 26th 2021, 9:09 am

ALFED supports UK TRA's anti-dumping investigation

The Aluminium Federation [ALFED] - the trade association representing the UK aluminium industry - has released a statement confirming its backing of the UK Trade Remedies Authority’s [TRA] anti-dumping investigation into aluminium extrusions originating in China.


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