The Quest Professional Guide to Surviving A-level Results Day

The Quest Professional Guide to Surviving A-level Results Day

By Claire Granados, Principal, Quest Professional Results day can be tough to manage if your teenager didn’t secure their hoped-for grades. It may seem from social media and conversations with friends that everyone got the marks they wanted – however, in reality there will be thousands of students who didn’t achieve...

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University of Arts: Wimbledon College of Art

University of Arts: Wimbledon College of Art

A magnificent kaleidoscope of Artworks in various media, by final year students, formed the ‘Summer Show’ at Wimbledon College this year. Dignitaries were full of praise, prize winners beamed, their friends cheered them wildly and music played loudly as proud parents surveyed the scene with bewilderment! Exhibits were displayed from...

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Manchester students paint over Kipling poem

Manchester students paint over Kipling poem

The Students Union at Machester University has painted over a wall displaying the poem If by Rudyard Kipling, replacing it with Still I Rise by Maya Angelou. Sara Khan, Liberation and Access Officer at the Union, denounced Kipling in a Facebook post on 16th July, “We, as an exec team,...

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Fashion Students selected to be part of The Origins Creative Arts Festival

Fashion Students selected to be part of The Origins Creative Arts Festival

Fashion students at Kensington and Chelsea College have been selected from over 340 entries to be a part of an exhibition for their work in at The Origins of Creative Arts Festival. The Festival celebrates the very best of the work of students taking University of Arts (UAL) Awarding Body...

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Royal College of Art: Communications Show

Royal College of Art: Communications Show

From 20th century Iranian postcards to a 15ft inflatable sheep, the Royal College of Art’s Communication Show was a sensory emancipation for a gaggle of journalists whose specialisms rarely extend beyond grammar, syntax and a fancy word or two. The central themes of the exhibition, animation, information experience design and...

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Screening of the 2017 Harlem International Film Festival documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” on July 29th 2018

Screening of the 2017 Harlem International Film Festival documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” on July 29th 2018

The screening of the Street Art documentary, “Changing the World, One Wall at a Time,” will take place at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, on July 29th 2018 at 6pm. Tickets cost £7. The documentary explores one of the world’s largest street art and human rights campaigns, Education Is Not A...

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Albertopolis: London’s Cultural Quarter

Albertopolis: London’s Cultural Quarter

In 1851, Prince Albert and inventor Henry Cole organised The Great Exhibition, the first event of the World’s Fairs. Held at the opulent Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, The Great Exhibition showcased a gamut of technological innovations ranging from Frederick Bakewell’s precursor to the fax machine to the ‘tempest prognosticator’,...

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Chelsea Open Air Nursery – 90th Anniversary Celebrations

Chelsea Open Air Nursery – 90th Anniversary Celebrations

Outdoor learning is at the heart of the core values of the desirably positioned Chelsea Open Air Nursery, which celebrates its 90th anniversary this July. One of only two state funded Early Years schools in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, it really is a hidden gem. Nestled in the...

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Europe’s first Anglo-Chinese Prep School Given Top Marks by Ofsted

Europe’s first Anglo-Chinese Prep School Given Top Marks by Ofsted

Kensington Wade Prep school, situated in the heart of Kensington, opened in September 2017 and has already been rated outstanding by Ofsted. Following a full inspection, Ofsted described the school as ‘unique and inspirational’. It is unusual for a new school to be given the highest possible inspection rating, but...

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Faith & grammar schools get green light

Faith & grammar schools get green light

The government has announced that grammar schools will be given the chance to make thousands of new places for pupils as part of a trimmed down expansion scheme. Grammar schools are controversial since they select pupils based on there results of the 11-plus given to 10 and 11-year olds. This,...

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