Finding the fun in performing

Finding the fun in performing When school is out for summer, children rightly want to have fun. After the stress of SATs, end of term tests and GCSEs, students are looking for a chance to unwind and enjoy themselves. For parents, especially those that are working, trying to find fun and reasonably priced ways to … Continued

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Sheffield student gives back to the NHS

Sheffield student gives back to the NHS For most young people, being diagnosed with a life-long, debilitating condition would cause a bit of a downward spiral but not so for Ellie Channer, age 16 from Sheffield. Ellie was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) on April 15th 2016 and although it has had many negative … Continued

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How to succeed in business

Many people reach a stage in their life when they feel that the old routine is no longer working for them. However, few people have the confidence to make changes and find a new career or even branch out to running their own business. Debbi Ledwith, age 49, from Berkshire, qualified as a secondary school … Continued

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Theatre school franchise is welcomed to the BFA

A Dragons’ Den backed theatre school franchise is delighted to be welcomed into the British Franchise Association (BFA). The bfa was set up in 1977 to act in the interest of the industry as a whole in assessing and accrediting the world of franchising. Not only does it give the seal of approval to those … Continued

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Dance your way to a holiday in the sun with Diversity

Calling all budding young dancers. You could win a holiday to one of the fantastic Eurocamp parcs in France if you think you have the moves to impress a group of the UK’s most talented street dancers. The winner of Britain’s Got Talent, Diversity, will be judging along with Lizzie Gough who has recently finished … Continued

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