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National Apprenticeships Week 2022

Bath Mind are delighted to be charity beneficiaries of a photography exhibition at the BRSLI, “Images of Bath and Tokyo” organised by co-exhibitors Jason Dorley-Brown and Andrew Polson.

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Bath College Apprenticeship Case Study, Sidney Copus

Sidney Copus is one of Bath College’s talented Apprentices. Sidney currently works for Space Engineering, alongside studying at Bath College. He recently took Gold at the 2019 WorldSkills championships, and despite this incredible achievement, is still keeping his head down and learning as much as he can from his apprenticeship. 

Bath College Apprenticeship Case Study, Ellie Selway – Level 3 Electrical Apprenticeship

“Personally from my experience this is the best route to go down you get paid whilst you’re learning and get a variety of hands on work and theory, an apprenticeship offers a lot of opportunities for progression and as long as you have the right attitude and make the most of what is being offered it can take you far.”

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Targeted Tuition in Uncertain Times

With another unsettled year of education, the planned return to exams may bring some relief of normality for some students. Others are understandably feeling anxious as they look ahead and contemplate; how best to prepare?

How to structure revision under these circumstances becomes more difficult to navigate, and this is where Bath Academy can help. With smaller classes and personal tutor support, teaching is targeted to each student’s individual needs, and there never has been a more important time to individualise learning. 


Mr Miller Means Business in the Classroom

We talk to Corey Miller, former Macro Economist, Strategist, and Management Consultant turned Business teacher at Bath Academy, to see what appeal this subject holds for students of today, and where it can take students in the future. 


Plans to develop world class teachers through high-quality training and support

The government has confirmed reforms for initial teacher training to ensure all children and young people receive an excellent education.

King Edward's School, Bath

Start your adventure at King Edward’s School by exploring what King Edward’s Junior School and Pre-Prep & Nursey can offer your son or daughter aged 3-11yrs. 


Pioneering girls’ education in Bath

Providing an outstanding and contemporary, girl-centred education, Royal High School Bath is a thriving day and boarding school for ages 3-18. It is the only boarding school in the Girls’ Day School Trust, the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools.


Hundreds of thousands of pupils benefit from tutoring

New figures reveal over 300,000 tutoring courses began last term.


Reforms to encourage more students to take up language GCSEs

The government has set out plans for revised modern foreign languages GCSEs, helping to make the content more accessible for students.


More support for schools to tackle bullying

Schools across England to benefit from further specialist training to help pupils combat bullying.


Share your skills and teach in further education

You do not need a degree to start teaching in further education.

Your skills are more valuable than you realise. You can start a job in further education (FE) without a degree or any teacher training.

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