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Plagiarism

The Evolution of Technology and Plagiarism

There's no doubt that almost every aspect of our lives is becoming digital. Technology and the Internet are so deeply involved in our society and, of course, personal life. They are changing the ways from how we communicate to how we eat.

Plagiarism is no different!

The rising issues and questions on Plagiarism are insisting on clearing all the minds! Here, we will...

Headteacher Lee Sargeant with students from All Saints Academy

All Saints Academy joins the Ted Wragg Trust

All Saints Church of England Academy, Plymouth has become the latest school to join the Ted Wragg Trust.

It is the third Plymouth school to join the Trust, which was formed with the aim of creating an outstanding educational experience and to improve life chances for all children. The addition of All Saints Academy will strengthen the opportunities and partnerships across the Trust and...

Will Jordan, IMP Software

Exeter-based IMP Software scoops Market Entrant prize at national education awards

IMP Software, which has virtual teams based around Exeter and Peterborough, has won the Market Entrant award at the EducationInvestor Awards 2020, which recognise achievements in the business of education.

IMP beat off stiff competition from Chatsworth Schools, Forfar Education, Hotel.School and Thuso to take home the prize in the Grand Prix section of the awards, which were held...

Hair@theAcademy

Unique hair training salon secures funding to help disadvantaged people across Exeter and Devon gain new qualifications

Exeter-based Hair@theAcademy, a unique hairdressing training salon and only one of its kind in the UK, has been granted European funding to support disadvantaged people and job seekers in Exeter and surrounding area to retrain in barbering. In addition, the Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT), a specialist awarding and assessment organisation offering vocational and technical...

Plymouth College of Art launch remote January-start design degrees for 2021

For anybody considering a degree in art, design, craft or digital media, it’s not too late to join Plymouth College of Art and kickstart a career in the creative industries, which contributed over £111bn to the UK economy in 2018, the equivalent of a massive £13 million an hour. The college is launching a wave of new January 2021 entry (Spring term) BA (Hons) degrees, which allow a global...

Energy firm to recruit school age board members from the South West

An energy firm is recruiting school pupils from the South West to join its board and advise it on how to tackle climate change.

The move comes in a year that has seen young people face unprecedented uncertainty with regard to their future career prospects, with more and more young people looking to green sectors for a sustainable career.

Nearly half (46%) of young people in...

Boris Johnson

Simon Jupp MP joins PM for major skills speech in East Devon

East Devon’s MP Simon Jupp joined the Prime Minister this morning at Exeter College ahead of a major speech to launch a new plan to transform the training and skills system to help boost the economy.

The Prime Minister and Simon Jupp MP were given a tour of Exeter College’s specialist Devon and Exeter Construction Training Centre’s facilities and met Principal John Laramy and...

Top preparation tips for Cisco 200-301 CCNA certification exam: Use only updated practice tests

The Cisco CCNA certification is an associate-level credential that measures one’s specific skills in networking technologies. This certificate is one of the most popular and respected in the IT field. Getting this badgeenhances your career potential and acts as a springboard to more rewarding job positions in the industry.To help the candidates achieve success in the associated exam, we’ve...

Battle of Britain Day explained

The national celebration of Battle of Britain Day on 15 September is a major event. But do you know what we are commemorating and why, and how can you explain its significance to your children? Former primary school teacher Laura Steele of leading education resource creators PlanBee has all the answers.

What was the Battle of Britain?

The Battle of Britain was a decisive air...

Back to school: half of 11-18s in the South West are worried about the impact on their mental health

As schools, colleges and universities get ready to welcome back students, new data reveals almost half (45%) of 11-18-year-olds in the South West are worried that returning to education will impact their mental health. The survey commissioned by the mental health anti-stigma campaign, Time to Change, showed that many young people are harbouring concerns about returning to education, but only...