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Ofsted and Academization

Ofsted and Academization Legal framework of academies Educational provision in UK’s state schools are funded directly by the government or through the local authorities and are monitored by the Office for Standards in Education Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted).

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Why a windfall tax

If happenstances such as an economic shock inflicted by the pandemic, disproportionately benefit companies like Shell & BP with over £16b in profits, then the argument is a one-off windfall tax on profits may imply that they are sharing

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Her

Women are beautiful creations put upon this earth to bless its prefecture’s and their significant other. With every woman, is an adventure—mysteries that awaken new journeys. No two souls are the same in feeling and towards understanding. What one

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To Say No

Kate Chopin was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1851 to Eliza Faris O’Flaherty and Thomas O’Flaherty. Her mother was a member of the prominent French-Creole community whilst her father was an Irish immigrant who had successfully established himself

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A Childhood is Promised

The moment it is decided to bring a seed to fruition, those responsible for this decision has chosen to protect and serve that child with every bit of love a human can offer. This is a pronouncement that becomes

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