In recent days, the Borough of Poole’s new cycle lanes have been labelled a ‘recipe for disaster’ by Cycling UK. They claim that many of the new lanes around Bournemouth University and the surrounding area have either directed cyclists into oncoming traffic or in the way of pedestrians. Angela Pooley, secretary of Bournemouth Cycling […]
With new investment for nurseries announced today (January 19), choosing a place for your children to begin their education is a daunting task. Parents should be encouraged – and are expected to be worried – about lack of qualified staff, resources, pupil intake, supervision and nurseries being drastically understaffed. Nurseries are the groundwork of your […]
How does quality of surgery affect ACL rehabilitation? A Swedish study, conducted by the Linkoping University in 2015, found that 35% of professional footballers fail to maintain the standard of football played before their injury just three years after suffering the initial ACL rupture/tear. Orthopedic surgeon Charles Willis-Owen describes how the quality of ACL surgery […]
Losing the Arts is a documentary about the issues and topics surrounding UK schools cutting Drama and Performing Arts from curriculums.
The number of permanently excluded students in Poole has quadrupled since 2013.
Only 18 per cent of ST Aldhelm’s Academy’s Year 11 pupils gained the national benchmark standard of at least five GCSEs at grades A* to C, including English and maths.
A new £20 million, announced by government to improve access to English classes for migrants with poor language skills, has been praised.