By Neil McIntyre | 15 Sep 2016 |
Neil McIntyre is a chemistry teacher at Webster's High School in Angus, Scotland. For his Travelling Fellowship in 2014, he looked at ways of increasing achievement...
By Tracey Francis | 9 Sep 2016
A significant attainment gap among young adults with conditions such as Autism and ADHD is going unaddressed, with families being left to fill gaps in support, according...
By Marc Cairns | 2 Sep 2016 |
Marc Cairns is a Director at Pidgin Perfect, an award winning multi-disciplinary creative studio based in Glasgow. He has recently returned to the UK after four weeks...
By Amanda Wood | 1 Sep 2016 |
Dr Amanda Wood, a Chartered Counselling Psychologist at Cleveland Psychology, has recently returned from eight weeks in the USA, where she researched the provision of...
By Tracy Paine | 30 Aug 2016 |
There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over one million by 2025. Tracy Paine, Operations Director at Belong, a Cheshire-based...
By Janice Lobban | 24 Aug 2016 |
Janice Lobban, Senior Art Psychotherapist at the UK veterans’ mental health charity Combat Stress, has recently returned from the USA, where she spent six weeks...
By Miriam Johnson | 17 Aug 2016 |
Over 2.5 million people in the UK suffer from illnesses such as lung and heart diseases, which cause disabling breathlessness, but better research is required to address...
3 Aug 2016
By Karen Titchener | 3 Aug 2016 |
Karen Titchener is the Clinical Lead and Deputy Head of Nursing for the innovative Hospital in the Home (HitH) Service at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Trust. Karen has...
By Lisa Finnegan | 12 Jul 2016 |
Lisa Finnegan is a Vice Principal, Year 6 Teacher and Maths Specialist Leader in Education at Ash Grove Academy in Macclesfield, Cheshire. She recently returned from...