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  • Kitchen Planning Edinburgh

    By kacungsisy at 14:53 on 14/10/14
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  • Performing Arts Academy Launches Vocational Courses For Students

    By redbrickers at 13:31 on 27/02/14
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    AEDA Arts Academy is launching professional training for students across the East Midlands looking to take their next steps towards a career in the performing arts.  The academy - based in Nottingham's Creative Quarter - is auditioning shortly for places on its full-time Performing Arts Foundation Year course beginning in September 2014 and has already had a number of enquiries from interested students. The course will be...
  • Paul Cox looks to the loan market after Mansfield Town's midweek thrashing

    By Nottingham Post at 15:50 on 26/02/14
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    PAUL Cox is determined to delve into the loan market again after seeing Mansfield Town dragged firmly back into the thick of the League Two relegation battle. The Stags had won two homes game in a row going into Tuesday's visit of Bury, but a 4-1 thrashing means they are now 20th in the table. Mansfield brought in Michael Cain on loan from Leicester City last week but manager Cox says signings, particularly a striker, are essential to...

    By mstretton at 11:26 on 19/02/14
    Chris Longmate - chief executive officer at Positive Outcomes
    A NOTTS-based apprenticeship provider is encouraging young people to look closely at the benefits of work-based learning in 2014, as fresh figures from the Office of National Statistics show graduates are more likely to earn less than apprentices. The figures show that tens of thousands of university graduates are earning less than their peers who have chosen the apprenticeship route, despite accumulating higher debts. Notts...
  • Ockbrook School Tops Derbyshire GCSE League Tables

    By redbrickers at 15:10 on 28/01/14
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    Examination performance results released by the Department for Education show that Ockbrook School is top of the table in Derbyshire with 100 per cent of students achieving five or more A* - C GCSEs. Ockbrook also came in the top three schools in Derbyshire with 89 per cent of students achieving five or more A*-C GCSEs, including English and maths. Tom Brooksby, Acting Head Teacher, Ockbrook School, says: "Our position in these...

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