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New Directions Launches Education Partnership Conferences

New Directions Education have launched their inaugural conference series to support Business Leaders and Headteachers within the education sector. The six events across three locations in Wales are delivered free of charge to schools across the country. Covering topics such as Mindfulness and Wellbeing, Data Protection and Leading Behavioural Change, the sessions are a direct response to a community at the heart of the New Directions group of companies. Gary Williams, Director of Business Development for the organisation explains the process behind the conferences ‘we have a deep commitment […]


Planned Cuts in Workloads for Schools Across Wales…a blog by Gary Williams

News reached our team this morning which I know will leave many of our colleagues across the education community with a sense of relief, and certainly with the understanding that they are being listened to, and we welcome the news. Teachers across Wales are to be issued with a pocket guide with do and don’t guidance in an effort to alleviate workloads. The guide which has been agreed with unions, Welsh Government and the Welsh education inspection authority Estyn will take the form of 40,000 pocket guides and 3,000 posters for school staff rooms, as well as digital guidance online. Interestingly […]


Why we have introduced an App and why you should download it!

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With ever developing technology and with society now expecting to be able to contact businesses more or less 24/7, we have known for a while that the next step to improving our candidates experience would be the introduction of a mobile app. Our brand new app allows you to manage your career with the touch of a button.  Visit the App Store and Play Store today and see it for yourself: App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/new-directions-education-recruitment-training/id1220876616 Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.keyapps.newdirections We always focus […]


Tarporley High School Celebrate GCSE Success

Following on from Tarporley High School’s successful A Level results last week, Tarporley’s Year 11 students have once again achieved outstanding grades.  Following on from Tarporley High School’s successful A Level results last week, Tarporley’s Year 11 students have once again achieved outstanding grades. This year’s results marks the first cohort who have completed the new GCSE qualifications in English Language, English Literature and Maths, where the grading system spans from grade 9 (the highest grade) to grade 1 (the lowest). Impressively, over a quarter of the cohort achieved […]


Men of Harlech Bike Ride – Day Three – A Blog by Howard Burge

After completing the 2016 Men of Harlech Tour (and not learning my lesson) I was still keen to sign up for the 2017 event. But…this year I was going to be prepared. I was going to take my commitment as a well-oiled* sportsman seriously, no injuries, no unnecessary aches. After reaching Aberystwyth and resting with my fellow cyclists, day two was going to need a little more care. Another 80 miles and a further 6,000 feet of peddling up and down hills – I chose a more professional approach than an ice cream – I opted for an ice bath. I had read about cold therapy, about how immersing my […]


Men of Harlech Bike Ride – Day Two – A Blog by Howard Burge

So the first day came to an end. Our three days of cycling taking in 190 miles and 10,000 feet of climbing hills and steep inclines has commenced in earnest…and doesn’t my derriere know about it… As we stopped to take in the views of Harlech and the mighty castle after departing from the very pretty Porthmadog, I was beginning to feel the wrath of every serious* cyclist – the saddle sore. Of course we are a team of seasoned professionals, and whilst some of the tips offered for treating it are quite frankly unprintable – the spirit of our community as the men (and women) of Harlech […]


Men of Harlech Bike Ride – Day One – A Blog by Howard Burge

Twelve months on and here we are again – the men (and women) of Harlech are set to cycle across Wales in a bid to raise funds and awareness for the Cardiff City Community Foundation. Last year New Directions Education got involved for the first time with the project. Physically, one would have thought I had learned my lesson. It was utterly exhausting. Mentally, it was a really exceptional challenge. But, I chose to take part again and I want to explain why… The Cardiff City Community Foundation changes lives. The impact the work of the charity aligned to Cardiff City Football Club is […]


So you are considering a career in supply teaching…

…a blog by Chloe Evans, Account Manager, New Directions Education The academic year is set to draw to a close once more, how quickly the time has passed since September 16’, though I am not sure how many of those who work in classrooms up and down the UK would agree. Our teams work throughout the calendar year, of course we do get some ‘down time’ where we re-charge our batteries ready for the phones to start ringing off the hook again in September. But…July and August is our time to re-group and make sure our service is ‘match-fit’ for the autumn term ahead and beyond. One […]


New Directions Chairman Highly Commended at Cardiff Business Awards

On Friday 23rd June 2017, New Directions Chairman Jeff Tune was highly commended at an awards ceremony held in Cardiff. The Cardiff Business Awards recognise outstanding achievement in business and celebrate talent, ambition and innovation from across Wales' capital city. This is the third year the awards have celebrated the best of Cardiff business. The event held at City Hall in the capital celebrated 19 awards in total and was attended by over 400 guests who enjoyed a three course meal and entertainment from former X Factor contestant Lucie Jones. The evening was hosted by television personality […]


New Directions Wirral Branch Help Cherry Tree Raise Funds

Cherry Grove Primary School held their annual summer fair on Friday 16th June 2017. New directions were invited along to participate in the event where the team loaned their inflatable penalty shootout which was a massive hit with all the visitors. Anita Bowman from the school said “We just want to say a big thanks for Samantha coming to the Cherry Grove summer fair last Friday with your penalty shootout! The kids loved trying to score into the shootout and it raised £43-50 – we’re very grateful!". Sam Pilling, Branch Manager for the Wirral Team commented “It was a pleasure to be […]


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