UK needs young skilled people now more than ever before

Rapid technological and societal development has meant that the UK needs young people skilled in engineering, construction and technology now more than ever before according to Caroline Arnold, senior admissions and conversion officer, Faculty of Engineering and Technology Liverpool John Moores University. In 2019, the Institution of Engineering and Technology found that

Research Circles an exciting innovation for collaboration

Edge Hill University’s Early Years Education Department is developing the idea of Research Circles to foster better collaborations and encourage knowledge that can be adapted for practical work in the classroom. Research Circles bring together groups regularly with the purpose of exploring, through research, a common issue and possible solution for

Students celebrate the end of an extraordinary year

Winstanley College students received their A-level results last Thursday, marking the end of the most unusual year. With A-level exams cancelled amid the pandemic, students had a nervous wait to find out the grades they had been calculated. Mohammed Ali, who only moved to England from Sudan two years ago is following

Oxford Summer School – a UNIQ opportunity for Freya

A Year 12 Winstanley College student says she feels ‘much more confident’ in making a strong competitive application to The University of Oxford next term after taking part in a week’s digital summer school. Freya West, a former Maricourt Catholic High School pupil, found out about Oxford’s UNIQ courses through college