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March 7, 2017

As part of his ongoing efforts to engage Island business representatives with education providers, Leader of the Isle of Wight Council, Councillor Dave Stewart organised a very successful meeting at County Hall on Thursday 2 March. Those present considered issues and challenges faced by businesses in developing growth on the Island and how this impacts […]

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Goodleaf Tree Climbing this 1/2 term

October 7, 2016

  Join Goodleaf Tree Climbing in the canopy in Appley Park, Ryde for some ‘Trick or Treet’ half term tree climbing fun. There’ll either be a trick or a treet at the top of your rope and there’s a free gift for every climber.Climbing takes place on 16th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, […]

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Medina Valley Centre multi activity days and watersports courses

July 8, 2016

This summer along with our usual RYA recognised courses we will be running a BCU Paddlesports programme running nationally recognised courses such as the BCU Paddlepower Awards aimed at under 14s alongside the adult based 1 and 2 Star Awards. We will also be running Multi activity days throughout the summer for between ages 8 […]

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Island Mother Wins Business Mother of the Year 2016’

May 26, 2016

After embarking on single parent life and setting up a new home with two young children in 2009, I took on Rhythm Time, running music sessions for 0-6yr olds across the Island. I needed a new challenge, to gain lost confidence and do something in the community that worked around my children. During the eight […]

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Brilliant alternative to A-Levels with UKSA

May 10, 2016

UKSA is a charity who believe in the power of the sea to make a change, with a number of training options available, all leading to employment in the marine or outdoor industries.Further Education courses (Level 1-3) in ‘Sport & Physical Activities’ are a brilliant alternative to A- Levels. They can kick-start your career and […]

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Bodster have moved to Sandford

May 6, 2016

At Bodster C.I.C. we help learners enjoy interacting with our ponies on the ground. No riding involved. Interaction includes leading ponies safely, completing team building exercises, developing speaking and listening, numeracy and literacy skills through work with the ponies, learning how to have a horse follow you in a round pen because it wants to […]

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Another Way Round help children on the Isle of Wight with Dyslexia

April 27, 2016

Dyslexia is a widely acknowledged learning difficulty, so how is it that so many children, young people and adults manage to get the whole way through education without anyone identifying it? The easy answer is because there are many misconceptions surrounding Dyslexia, what it actually means and how it manifests or rather conceals itself on […]

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Priory School Senior School and Sixth Form Open Scholarship Day

February 25, 2016

  With the new Spring term fully under way, Priory School are planning to host a Senior School and Sixth Form Scholarship Day on Monday 7th March. The “George Scholarships”, as they will be known, follow on the heels of the extremely successful “Albert Scholarships” launched in the Junior School in 2014. Due to rapid school expansion and […]

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Woodland Trust Tree Packs For Schools

December 4, 2015

  Put trees at the heart of your community and watch the smiles grow. If you’ve enjoyed the fabulous autumn colour this year, why not create your own, with free trees from the Woodland Trust. Schools and community groups can plant their own patch, and there are tree and hedgerow packs to suit all sorts […]

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Do you run a business ? Would you like to join a free business workshop with WightMedia

November 11, 2015

Come to our FREE workshop – Facebook for Business. Facebook is the world’s most popular social network for both businesses and individuals. With over one billion users, your friends and fans are likely already using the platform — and you should be too! If you want to get started with Facebook, or simply brush up […]

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