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Centre E-Newsletter - April 2017
Booking for Tutor Workshop extended to 21st April

As an Easter treat, we have extended the closing date for bookings to the 2017 Tutor Workshop till 21st April.

Remember each centre gets 2 free places each year, to this annual workshop. We will be going through the RQF qualifications in the morning, and general administration will be in the afternoon.

Don't delay and book today!

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More students using tech to cheat in exams

A growing number of UK students are cheating in exams with the help of technological devices such as mobile phones, smart watches and hidden earpieces.

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Why morning is best for maths-based subjects

Schools could see their students’ scores rise in maths-based if they schedule lessons in the morning, research has found. But youngsters do better in history if they have classes in the subject after lunch.

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Under 21s hit by soaring ID fraud

Identity fraud is at its highest level in 13 years ago, with almost 173,000 recorded frauds last year. Almost 25,000 victims of fraud were under the age of 30, and the number of under-21 victims rose by 34% between 2015-16. A record 172,919 identity frauds were recorded in 2016 – more than in any other previous year.

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International - Turkey to prioritise economy, including inflation, finance minister says

Turkey's government will prioritise the economy, including bringing down inflation and unemployment, and will not take tax measures that could further stoke consumer price growth, Finance Minister Naci Agbal told Reuters on Tuesday.

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