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Event | 21 Sep 2019 | South East | Fellows
The South East Association will be holding an event at the De La Warr Gallery in Bexhill-on-Sea on 21st September 2019.
News | By James Perkins | 2 May 2019 |
Churchill Fellow James Perkins and his team in the science faculty at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School have been nominated for a prize in the prestigious Tes school...
News | By Christopher Stacey | 1 Nov 2018 |
Almost three-quarters of the UK’s national companies ask about criminal records on job application forms. That’s the headline finding of research published last week (1)...
News | By Karen Scott | 24 Mar 2017 |
On 4th March, Karen Scott, a Fellow of 2014, launched a new social enterprise which will provide rich work experience for budding young coders. futureCoders will develop...
News | By Joseph O'Connell | 12 Sep 2017 |
The UK’s LGBT+ movement should represent its politics open-endedly, creating maximum room for every conceivable identity and recognising the connectedness of the...
Event | 23 Sep 2017 | South East | Fellows
The next South East Association Meeting will be held on 23rd September at the Observatory Science Centre at Herstmonceux.
Event | 6 May 2017 | South East | Fellows
The South East Association will be holding its next meeting on Saturday 6th May at the historic Fordwich Town Hall.
News | 23 Jul 2015 |
Michael Jones, Director of Computing at Northfleet Technology College, Kent, has recently returned from a four-week fact-finding visit to the United States. His aim was...
News | By Christopher Stacey | 28 Apr 2015 |
The UK should introduce measures that allow all people with convictions to be potentially regarded as legally ‘rehabilitated’, and therefore not have to disclose their...
News | 3 Mar 2015 |
To mark its 50th anniversary year as Sir Winston’s living legacy, The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust has just awarded a record number of 150 Travelling Fellowships....
Event | 15 Nov 2014 ‐ 1 Nov 2015 | South East | 50th Anniversary
Part of the 50th anniversary events.
News | By Karen Scott | 14 Nov 2014 |
Karen Scott, a lecturer in computing at Mid Kent College in Medway, has recently spent five weeks visiting colleges in Scotland, Denmark and Japan to discover how the...