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Bohunt Education Trust Set To Open Horsham Free School

Bohunt Education Trust (BET), an innovative leading academy sponsor in the South of England, is to extend its outstanding educational offering by opening a new free school in Horsham, West Sussex. Bohunt Horsham will be a co-educational, all-through school catering for four to 16 year old students across the local area. It will open in… (read more)

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Vacancy: Trust IT Specialist – closing date 2 May 2017

Multi-Academy Trust with Sixth Form opening in September 2017, c. 500 staff and 5000 students. Longmoor Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7NY Tel: 01428 724324         www.bohunt.hants.sch.uk IT Specialist Hours: 37 per week/ 52 weeks per year Are you a highly experienced IT Technician or Specialist looking to make your mark on an exciting project for our… (read more)

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Leading UK academy trust to open school in China

A leading academy trust and its Chinese partner announced today that they will open a school in China. This relationship will allow the Trust to offer its innovative educational approach to Chinese students, continue its collaboration with outstanding Chinese teachers to the benefit of British and Chinese students and open up enriching exchange opportunities for… (read more)

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Innovative Academy Trust Selected to Sponsor New Wokingham Borough School

JOINT NEWS RELEASE BY BOHUNT EDUCATION TRUST & WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL Bohunt Education Trust (BET) has today been announced as the sponsor of the new secondary school in Arborfield. The academy, which is on the Arborfield Garrison site, will welcome its first intake of students in September 2016. BET currently sponsors schools in Liphook, Worthing… (read more)

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Bohunt Education Trust (BET): article in The Manufacturer – Addressing the nation’s STEM skills shortage in education

An article published in The Manufacturer on 13 June details Bohunt Education Trust’s introduction of one of the UK’s first ever industry supported Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) curricula.

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Bohunt Worthing to teach Mandarin in regular lessons

An article published in the Worthing Herald on 7 May confirms that all students will be able to study French and Mandarin as part of their studies.

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CBI Case Study written on Bohunt

Siemens works with academy group, Bohunt Education Trust, to address STEM skill shortages Siemens is playing an important role in supporting an academy trust to improve Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) skills. Together, Bohunt Education Trust (BET) and Siemens have helped to provide students with the skills to succeed in the workplace and encourage… (read more)

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Laura Wilson quoted in the Telegraph

Tools we need to close the gender gap More joined-up thinking and a change of attitude at school will help increase the number of female engineers, an expert panel found. Dan Matthews reports Co-ordinating existing efforts to get more women involved in engineering at the grass-roots level could be key to closing the gender gap… (read more)

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Phil Avery quoted in the Telegraph

The key to getting people to study science is capturing their imagination at primary school. Dan Matthews reports on the drive to develop a child’s natural curiosity How to nurture essential STEM growth. Schools, businesses and government groups must capture children’s imaginations at primary school if they want more young people to continue science and… (read more)

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Neil Strowger quoted in Huffington Post article on languages

Look at it through a child’s eyes…They’re soaking up English effortlessly at home, in the playground in different subjects; like a sponge, listening, absorbing, trying new words, getting some wrong – and trying on the odd rude one they shouldn’t. All perfectly natural, organic, evolving, improving, developing, growing, interesting and useful… Read the full article… (read more)