Andrew Moffat, who is the assistant head teacher at Parkland Community School, joins Emma Russo, a physics teacher from London, and Jimmy Rotheram, a music teacher from Bradford, as finalists …
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While Fadumo is only just getting started, her books are already giving young Somalis something they didn’t have before: the chance to read a story that they can relate to.
On Friday 5 October countries across the globe will recognise World Teacher Day. The event will honour the men and women who work tirelessly to provide young people with a fundamental …
Being a Muslim himself, he’s always been fascinated by Islamic culture. But also other countries, beliefs and ways of life.
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Unravelling the mystery around some Arabic letter memes. If you know any memes and want to show them off, please post them in our Facebook comments.
The partnership will allow the Malala Fund to double the number of grants it distributes through its Gulmakai Network.
Trees are good. The world needs more of them. Let’s fist bump anyone who’s planting 350 in a single go.
Edwin Lerew recently graduated with a degree in Government and Politics. While his mum Samiya was there to watch him, she wasn’t just clapping in the crowd.
With about 500,000 Syrian child refugees living in Lebanon alone, initiatives like Mohamad’s are vital to the future of the war-torn country.
During a recent weekend, the girls won the Entrepreneur Award at the Robotex festival in Tallinn, Estonia, the biggest robotics festival in Europe.
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Today is GCSE results day, the day that represents your first step away from the rigours of school and on to a life of freedom and semi-adulthood.
Teens across the country will wake up this morning feeling either a slight tinge of smugness or a moment of blind panic about their a-level results.
We’re here to give you a few tips on what to do once you’ve received your grades (WHICH COME OUT AUGUST 17), as well as a few reassuring slices of reality.