#BackToSchool campaign launched with information for parents and pupils

The government has launched its #BackToSchool campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return on March 8.

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Join us for Spring Harvest 2021!

Join us for Spring Harvest 2021! You’re sure to find high quality Bible teaching, Spirit-led worship and bucket-loads of fun things to do for all ages.

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UK’s black majority churches unite in support of Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Black church leaders from across the country, some of whom have already had the jab, have joined forces to publicly demonstrate their support of the Covid-19 vaccine.

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Pearson Releases Race & Ethnicity Editorial Guidelines

 Pearson today released editorial guidelines that will advance the company’s commitment to fighting systemic racism in education. The guidelines will serve as a resource to help content developers — including authors, reviewers and editors.

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Committees to question Government on Black history in the curriculum

Two Committees will question Education Minister Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum, after hundreds of thousands of people signed petitions on this issue.

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Unregulated accommodation to be banned for vulnerable children

A ban on placing vulnerable children under the age of 16 in unregulated accommodation will come into force in September, the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced, as part of a series of reforms to drive up standards in children’s social care.

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Nigerian kidnapping: ‘Nigerians are waiting for the Government to act’

Nigeria and its international partners urgently need to act to “ensure the safety of its citizens.” The remark from an Open Doors spokesperson, follows another mass kidnapping of schoolchildren in Niger State yesterday.

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Step Back premier a poignant lesson to youths amidst spate of stabbings

This weekend as a spate of attacks raged across parts of South London, leaving one person dead and at least 10 injured, Leo Powell premiered his short film Step Back, a drama about youth violence which has been endorsed by the Metropolitan Police.

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Opera North selects minority ethnic music artists for ‘Resonance’

Opera North has announced four lead artists selected to develop new work in this year’s Resonance programme for minority ethnic music-makers, supported by PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Partnership:.

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