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The Future of Learning: Sir Linkalot

“Our children are the future of learning.” Sir Linkalot’s innovative approach to education emphasises the power of mnemonic linking to revolutionise learning outcomes. By empowering learners through diverse methods like linking, we not only enhance their educational journey but also equip them to shape a future economy that drives growth and innovation in Britain.

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Join Chamber as our 2024 Summer Intern. Based in Smith Square in the heart of Westminster, Chamber published a parliamentary journal, organises policy events and

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What does the 2024 General Election mean for education?

What the 2024 General Election means for Education, Skills and Training

As the major parties look for all tools to grow the economy, address inequality and balance the post-Brexit, post-pandemic, green transition (affecting many policy areas, from immigration to online learning and upskilling), increasing attention has been paid to education. With education spanning from nursery to PhDs, Education is an important policy area where political parties are keen to pick up votes: after all, who wouldn’t want the student vote, the parent vote and the industry vote?

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sustainable development goals: 2030

Towards 2030: UK Leadership and the Sustainable Development Goals 

Global progress on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has significantly lagged, exacerbated by the pandemic, geopolitical conflicts, and climate challenges. The UK is addressing these shortfalls through a strategic, integrated approach, emphasising education, climate resilience, and health, particularly for women and children, to drive meaningful change and uphold its commitment to global development.

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Following yesterday's Lord's debate on Child Poverty in the UK, chaired by Lord Bird and emphasising the crucial role of early childhood in shaping children's outcomes, Chamber UK sought comment from Laurence Guinness, Chief Executive of The Childhood Trust, regarding the nationwide impact of child poverty.

Tackling Child Poverty: A Moral Imperative for Societal Progress

Following yesterday’s Lord’s debate on Child Poverty in the UK, chaired by Lord Bird and emphasising the crucial role of early childhood in shaping children’s outcomes, Chamber UK sought comment from Laurence Guinness, Chief Executive of The Childhood Trust, regarding the nationwide impact of child poverty.

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