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Meet Sophie: our Graduate Project Officer
Sophie has been the NYES Graduate Project Officer for a year and a half - she’s our first ever Graduate on the scheme!
Safer Internet Day: from then to now

Safer Internet Day has been promoting a safer internet experience for everyone, but specifically children, since 2004. Starting with 14 countries, it has focused on blocking bullying online, staying safe, protecting privacy and developing a more conscientious culture.

Getting the most from EdTech – let’s start at the very beginning
EdTech is THE buzz word in education at the moment...our education specialist EdTech Adviser, George Tyson provides some practical advice and guidance.
Children's Mental Health: a different approach
As part of our focus on Children’s Mental Health Week, our Lead Adviser for Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH), Cerys Townend looks at changing approaches when interacting with the children we look after.
A day in the life of...Julie Covell
Julie ‘the Alpaca lady’ Covell, has worked in the education sector for over 30 years, in a wide range of roles and varied background. Julie began her career in a school nursery and has been working to support early year’s providers for 12 years during her time with North Yorkshire County Council.
Christmas Poetry Competition 2019 - Winners!
We'd like to say a huge thank you to all the schools and pupils that entered our first ever Christmas Poetry Competition!
A day in the life of...Amie Buckle
In the first of our day in the life series, Amie Buckle, our newest member of the team talks all about her new role and the positive impact it’s already starting to have on customers and those new to NYES.
Christmas Poetry Competition 2019
This year we are running a very special competition to inspire pupils’ creative writing.
Teacher retention and recruitment: what will government investment really mean?
With the recent announcement by the government to provide a raft of new funding for schools, our Resourcing Solutions team look at what impact it could have on the recruitment and retention of teaching staff.
The Future of Education and the Role of Technology

65% of primary school children will go into jobs that do not yet exist. I was blown away by this statement at a conference in October 2018, I literally spent days ruminating about – what it meant for the children of today? Are robots actually going to take over? Are we destined for mass unemployment? Why bother learning? In reality, the landscape of the future jobs market is very exciting, very different to today, but exciting nonetheless and filled with opportunities.

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