Cheshire College continue success

Cheshire College South & West learners continue to be successful despite the difficult times schools and colleges face, with five learners, from the College’s Crewe Campus, celebrating after being offered places at two of the most prestigious universities in the UK: University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. The ...

Remote training from apprenticeships helps young people

Apprenticeships for Liverpool, provided by St Helens Chamber, have been delivering remote training to local young people to help boost their employability and chances of finding an apprenticeship once lockdown ends. John Westhead, director of training services at St Helens Chamber, explained: “We wanted to ensure that aspiring apprentices didn’t ...

Rising Everton football stars selected for national squads

Grace Clinton and Phoebe Hampson, two Lower Sixth students from Carmel College in St Helens have been selected to play for their respective national women’s football teams. Both girls currently play for Everton under-20s and are delighted to have the opportunity to play football at a national level. Phoebe, who studies ...

UAE Ministry of Education targets UK students

The UAE Ministry of Education has rolled out a new campaign targeting UK students which promotes the UAE as a prime destination to pursue a university degree. Details of the campaign was revealed at this year’s Bett Show at the ExCeL London when Educate interviewed Dr. Sheikh Ammar Al Mualla, director ...