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Damian Hinds
MP for East Hampshire and Education Secretary. For constituency correspondence please use: damian.hinds.mp@parliament.uk
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Damian Hinds Aug 16
To those collecting results today, whatever path you choose next - whether it’s university, college, starting an apprenticeship or entering the world of work - there is a huge range of opportunity out there. Do call the National Careers Service - 0800 100 900 - if you want advice
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Damian Hinds Aug 16
Congratulations to everyone picking up their results today. It is a culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication - from both those receiving their marks and the teachers and parents who’ve been supporting them every step of the way
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DfE Aug 7
Education Secretary sets out his vision for putting technology at the heart of education by calling on the tech sector to meet 5 key challenges that will bring education to life and slash
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Damian Hinds Jul 31
Looking forward to speaking at this morning - is the reason I got into politics and is the core purpose of . I want to make sure that every child, whatever their background, has the opportunity to fulfil their potential
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DfE Jul 21
Building on his pledge to champion the teaching profession and reduce workload in schools, today launched a workload toolkit to help heads take action – freeing teachers to focus on what matters: inspiring pupils in their classrooms.
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Damian Hinds Jul 19
Today we announced the draft guidance on Relationships, Relationship and Sex, and Health Education to help prepare young people for life In the modern world
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Damian Hinds Jul 18
Great to visit with this morning to launch the new West Midlands Skills Deal which will boost digital and technical skills, job opportunities and productivity across the region
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Damian Hinds Jul 13
Mohammed Dagher is an outstanding academic pupil from Heaton Manor School in Newcastle. He also volunteers and support other pupils who speak English as an additional language. He won the 2018 Lord Glenamara Memorial Prize and it was a pleasure to have him in DfE this week
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Damian Hinds Jul 11
Great to stop by the anti bullying stand in Parliament with today which highlighted the importance of listening to children when it comes to bullying
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Damian Hinds Jul 5
The birthplace of Park Hospital (now Trafford General), decades later gave exceptional care for my mum; just as we have had exceptional care for our children in Hampshire. Thank you to the drs, nurses and support staff on whom we all rely at our times of greatest need
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Damian Hinds Jul 5
Thanks to for having me today - as a society we owe the social work professions a debt of gratitude for the work they do supporting vulnerable children
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Damian Hinds Jul 4
With the number of students choosing to take an A Level in maths increasing, it's great news today that will join and in setting up a to help more young people learn from some of the best mathematicians in the country
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Damian Hinds Jul 2
EU students starting courses at our world class universities in Sept 2019 will be eligible for ‘home fee status’ and will be charged the same tuition fees as UK students and these tuition fees will be frozen for a second year running
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DfE Jun 29
Education Secretary meets and at to hear more about raising pupils’ aspirations and providing an outstanding .
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Damian Hinds Jun 22
Hope it will be a productive workshop today for bringing together the key experts and agencies to tackle livestock attacks.
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DfE Jun 21
Day - Education Secretary says that when he asks people what they remember about their school days, the answer is always about the person that stands in front of a class that makes live.
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Damian Hinds Jun 20
The programme launched today will bring industry experts into our excellent FE sector so students are learning the skills and knowledge that will help them secure a good job and provide businesses with the skilled workforce they need
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Damian Hinds Jun 18
We are investing £22 million in the to help tackle the construction skills shortage and give learners onsite training making them site-ready sooner
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Damian Hinds Jun 13
On day it’s important that we recognise the changing face of bullying and stand up to it wherever we find it -
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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt Jun 12
Don’t forget this Friday 15th June. Find out how your school can help your local community:
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