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St Margaret Marys Junior School celebrate the Year of Mercy

St Margaret Marys Catholic Junior School offer an all round education that develops every aspect of the individual giving everyone the opportunity to reach their full potential.  They are a catholic faith school who live, love and grow as a Christian family while sharing their talents to enrich our lives and the lives of others.   The school gives off a warm and welcoming energy making you feel right at home the minute you step foot through reception.  I was shown around by Ruth Culley, Assistant Headteacher. To celebrate the Year of Mercy the school have a beautiful display that the […]


Wirral Secondary Schools prepare for exciting Tranmere Football Final

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As the Tranmere Rovers Girls Under 13’s six a side schools football final draws near, secondary schools are anticipating an exciting occasions on Tuesday 22nd November. Spectators will see the six successful schools from previous round battle it out to be overall winners in the annually run football tournament. The victors have battled their way to Tuesday night’s final. Prenton High, Ellesmere Port Catholic High, and Bebington High were the first set of group winners, facing horrible weather conditions to come out victorious. While Weatherhead, Neston and Wirral Grammar experienced […]


Caerphilly School in Bid for School Pond

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A leading Caerphilly school has committed to diversifying learning for their pupils with the introduction of a school pond. St Helen's have introduced a pond development project after a member of the school council suggested the idea a number of years ago. Speaking about their ambitions Tim Crosse, Headteacher of the school said 'we decided to develop an area that pupils can use for their science work and to help build an awareness and an empathy for environmental issues. Our area will be based on a similar area that sits in the National Botanical Gardens. The idea of raised ponds is to support […]


A Blog – Howard Burge speaks out about Bullying #antibullyingweek

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Trying to be top dog or leader of the pack is something that has been prevalent in the civilized world since it began. Human nature leads some of our brilliant species to want to claim the top spot as leader of the race, some by virtue of honesty and integrity, and some by less scrupulous means. It is the sadder side of base human nature that breeds what we see all too often – bullying and cat calling amongst social groups, and now more than ever online, via the numerous social media accounts available to young people. From Twitter to Pinterest, Snapchat to Instagram and a whole host of […]


Employee of the Month – September

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New Directions Wrexham have named Rebecca Evans as their Employee of the Month for September 2016. Rebecca said, "Thank you so much for giving me 'Employee of the month', I'm so pleased, it was such a lovely surprise. Thank you too for my beautiful flowers and yummy chocolates. I have really enjoyed working for you, you have been very supportive over the passed 8 months. I'm looking forward to continuing my work with you in the afternoons." Shannon Mash, Account Manager for New Directions Education commented, "Rebecca though roughly deserves Employee of the Month, she works so hard in every […]


A blog – Gary Williams – The Question of Supply

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Today we woke to a popular breakfast television show discussing the role of supply agencies in England. I listened with interest as a very eloquent Becca Morgan of Principal Teachers defended our sector’s position within the education community. She was met with questions about the charges agencies make in supplying staff, the quality of teachers provided and how agencies make profit. It opened up a can of worms for the industry in terms of what is being delivered by a number of agencies with regards to their integrity. I wanted to respond today to celebrate what New Directions Education […]


Christmas Card Competition 2016

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New Directions Education are delighted to announce the launch of our annual Christmas card design competition. The competition is open to the entire education community across the UK. How to enter: Simply design your Christmas card on the template provided (download here), fill in the details and return back to us by either post or email. Prize: The winning design will be used as our corporate card for the festive season and your school will benefit from a £500 cash prize. The Rules: Deadline: Monday 7th November 2016 Only one winning entry Entries to be submitted by post […]


A blog from Burge – Day three is here… #menofharlech

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Day two hit really hard. It started exceptionally high with a tremendous launch in Aberystwyth from Ysgol Penweddig. The PE team and school staff were brilliant at getting our spirits focused for the task ahead. With around 65 miles facing us and over 4,000 feet of climbs this part of the route was certainly not for the faint hearted. Blistered, battered but utterly brave my fantastic team mates showed strength of character that quite frankly rivalled the recent Welsh international football team. It really brings it home to me out on the road the support we all give each other not just today, […]


New Directions supports LSA’s to gain qualifications

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New Directions are currently working in partnership with Coleg Y Cymoedd to provide an excellent opportunity for New Directions candidates to gain their QCF Teaching assistant qualification. By supporting the candidates in a long term position at a school, they do not need to actually attend the college. They are supported by an approved assessor, who observes them during lessons and meets with them at school at suitably arranged times, to aid them through the course. Depending on their current level they can be supported for QCF level 2 or 3. Currently, Annamaria, Leanne and Louise are all […]


Burge’s Blog – Day Two… #MenofHarlech

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So we made it…to Aberystwyth. As we cycled into the town in the glorious sunshine we couldn’t have been more relieved to rest our weary legs and take in a very very cold drink. The journey from Harlech afforded us some amazing views, and after being sent on our way so very enthusiastically by Ysgol Tan Y Castell - we had hope in our hearts and the best wishes of the school behind us. The roads were exceptionally kind to us, as was the weather. We stuck together as a team and urged one another on as the hills rose high. The camaraderie and all round banter has been outstanding. Cycling […]


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