What is Christmas? – a teenagers’ view

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Bright and early on Christmas morning, you wake to see the streets covered in snow (or slush!). Anticipation builds as you and your siblings open the living room door to find a pile of presents under the tree.

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We love school!

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As part of the niche sector Platypus operates in we have a great deal of understanding and knowledge of students; from pre-school to postgraduate levels.

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Six Truths That Higher Education Institutions Shouldn’t Ignore

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The Higher Education landscape is changing but are the Universities in the UK keeping up with the changing needs of potential students?

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Platypus Jo meets the Mini Dragons and asks “Should we get children more involved in making the decisions?”

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Last week I had the pleasure of taking part in a Dragons Den style pitch with a difference at the Children’s Media Conference. The difference being that instead of 4 scary adult dragons it was 4 (at times quite scary!) 10 year old dragons.

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Ten steps to successful engagement

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As a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health, the Wellcome Trust believes that everyone, of every age and background, should be able to engage with and enjoy science.

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