Category Archives: Youth Issues

Young people’s experiences of food insecurity


Nearly two weeks ago on Monday 7th November a significant Plaid Cymru MP Hywel Williams from Arfon next to Anglesey at the North West of Wales raised an Early Day Motion with the headline of “Young people’s experiences of food … Continue reading

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Prime Minister and DfE Ministers must respond urgently


Last week several elements emerged in our Nation that require the Government to deal with. Some of them were raised within Parliament and others were raised externally but they were all being focused to the Government and indeed to the … Continue reading

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Two very disturbing education news pieces yesterday


Both of these pieces of news require our Government to respond to. As it happens the two most senior Ministers on these themes are based in Sussex. They are Gillian Keegan and Nick Gibb that are bost MPs in West … Continue reading

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Funding of Schools must be addressed Gillian & Nick


Yesterday in the Evening Standard newspaper this article was written by Anna Davis and Julie Henry. I have reproduced its text below and it was focused on London School issues. However, it is clear that the challenge for funding for … Continue reading

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Nevis Ensemble in St Clements Church, Isle of Harris


As I wrote yesterday, we visited the Isles of Harris and Lewis in 2014 and 2019. When we visited them on the second time we discovered that the Nevis Ensemble were visiting at St Clements Church. St Clements Church is … Continue reading

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Aurora in the Isle of Lewis, thank you Eunice


Back in 2014 I had the privilege of visiting the Isles of Harris and Lewis because one of my family members was intending to visit the Harris Tweed location as part of their Degree that they were studying in the … Continue reading

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Very useful questions and answers for STEM issues


Back on Monday Sheryll Murray, the Conservative MP for South East Cornwall began with the first couple of questions and the Minister who responded was Jonathan Gullis who was a Minister for Education. The other MP who took part was … Continue reading

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An inspiring Satellite Technology funding and STEM


On the day before Liz Truss resigned, this document below was published. It is based on information from the science minister, Nusrat Ghani who is also the MP for Wealden. She was launching a new £15m fund to support UK … Continue reading

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A very significant Wildlife thriving event this Sunday


A month ago on Saturday the 10th September there was a significant event due to take place for 16-25 people in Sussex organised by Wild Coast Sussex and Sussex Wildlife Trust at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. The … Continue reading

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Government responds *NO* to a very important question


On Monday there was a very important question that was raised by Caroline Lucas who is the Brighton Pavilion MP. It was directed to the Department for Education. The question was responded by a new Minister for Education who is … Continue reading

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