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    World Food Day – 5 ways you can help tackle food poverty in the UK!

    The UK may be the seventh richest country in the world, but rising living costs combined with stagnating wages is leaving many people struggling to afford food. Recent figures from the UK’s largest foodbank network, the Trussell Trust, show that demand for free emergency food parcels in the UK is rising each year. The problem is […]


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    AAT Teacher: Is it the role for you?

    If you hold an Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification, you may have considered taking your specialist skills and knowledge into a classroom. Becoming an AAT Teacher is a thoroughly rewarding and respected career choice for those looking to inspire others. Is the role for you? Take a look at what the job involves and […]


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    Health and Fitness Tip of the Month: Breast Cancer Awareness

    Around one in eight women in the UK will develop breast cancer at some point in their life. This shocking statistic needs to be discussed. That’s why this breast cancer awareness month we’ll be wearing it pink, will you? Checking your breasts It’s important to check your breasts regularly so that you can spot if […]


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    Pension Awareness Day – six questions answered!

    Today is Pension Awareness Day! Did you know that roughly one third of adults in the UK aren’t saving at all for their retirement?* If you’re a student, just starting out in your career, or struggling to make ends meet day-to-day, saving for retirement is probably the last thing on your mind. Why contribute to […]


  5. International Literacy Day

    Did you know that 1 in 8 adults are illiterate? | International Literacy Day

    Do you know just how many people can’t read and write? According to shocking figures from UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation), around 774 million people worldwide are illiterate. To many of us, these statistics may be surprising. But with more than one in eight adults across the globe unable to read and write, we […]