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You don’t have to be an athlete to go to the Winter Olympics

Team GB Great Britain has sent its largest team of 59 athletes to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The wide ranging winter sports include the skeleton, snowboarding, alpine skiing, figure skating, luge, curling and cross country skiing to name a few. You don’t have to be an A-grade athlete to be part of the British team. Behind each talented athlete is a team across many disciplines supporting them to perform at their very best. Management and support roles  There are a range of specialist areas that make…

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Answer here from FB post: Do you have a high creative IQ?

We recently posed the below on our Facebook page.  The task is testing divergent thinking. A divergent thinker doesn’t look at the usual methods for working out a problem and will go in a different direction or off the accepted path to find a solution.  If you struggled with this task you are more likely used to using convergent solutions by basing on more predetermined options. So, did you work out the solution?  You following the addition of the two numbers to give you the last digit(s). The initial digit…

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Careers Teaching 

£26,000 bursary for teaching

Have you considered teaching? Have you got a degree (or higher qualification) in biology, chemistry, physics, computing, geography, languages or classics? If so, then it is a very god time to make steps into gaining a teaching qualification with the introduction of generous bursaries and scholarships.  The Government is offering a £26,000 bursary to train to be a teacher may be available to you. There are also lower bursaries available for the following subjects: English, design and technology, history, music, RE and mathematics. Scholarships are also being awarded to “the…

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