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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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DfE Oct 17
Our are breaking down the barriers to , so no matter where you are from, you can achieve your true potential in life. Find out how in our report ‘Building the foundations for change’:
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Damian Hinds Oct 17
Thank you to and the for an engaging and interesting discussion this morning about how we can be just as ambitious for those young people in Alternative Provision as we are for those in mainstream schools
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DfE Oct 12
Education Secretary visited today to see the fantastic work they are doing to boost opportunities for people across the region.
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DfE Oct 12
It was fantastic to visit Palgrave primary today and to hear from and about the importance of the school to the local community.
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Damian Hinds Oct 12
Thank you to my colleague Dan Poulter for recommending a visit to Palgrave VC Primary today and thank you to Mrs Waters and the team, and the children, for a very warm welcome.
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Damian Hinds Oct 12
Was good to hear from cornerstone employers, and from ⁦⁩ apprentice Callum Penny, at a v informative session chaired by ⁦
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Damian Hinds Oct 12
Thank you for inviting me to come and hear first hand about the youth board, and to Shannon and Molly for sharing your reflections.
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Damian Hinds retweeted
DfE Oct 10
Check out our workload toolkit providing support to help schools eliminate practices that have little benefit in the classroom. Browse the resources and guidance:
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Damian Hinds Oct 10
Replying to @DamianHinds
We are supporting schools to improve their pupils' mental health by introducing compulsory health education into the curriculum for the first time and recruiting new mental health support teams who will work with schools to ensure young people get the help they need
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Damian Hinds Oct 10
It was good to be at mental health summit event at the Tate Modern last night and hear about the work being done to achieve equality for mental and physical health. Thanks
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Damian Hinds retweeted
DfE Oct 10
We're helping schools to identify mental health problems early and make sure children get support when they need it. summit brings world health leaders together to achieve equality for mental and physical health. See what our Ministers think more of:
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Damian Hinds retweeted
DfE Oct 8
. : “We’re here to have a discussion with leaders from schools, from colleges, from universities, from employers & from the local government here in the , about widening the opportunity for young people growing up here”
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Damian Hinds retweeted
DfE Oct 8
. :"I’m in the North East today to unveil a £24m investment that will help further unlock the immense talent of young people. It was a pleasure to see the enthusiasm of teachers & pupils & looking forward to seeing them flourish in the coming years"
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DfE Oct 8
Standards are rising in our schools.We've created thousands of new places at innovative free schools & academies since 2010 but we want to make sure every family has access to a good school & every child aspires to an exciting future
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DfE Oct 8
- £24 million to drive rapid & sustainable improvements in & boost job prospects for young people
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Damian Hinds Oct 8
isn’t just about the government - we all have a part to play in building a better future for our children. Looking forward to working with , and businesses across the North East.
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Damian Hinds Oct 8
Mohammed Dagher, winner of the 2018 Glenamara Prize, and the other nominees here, exemplify outstanding talent and involvement in the community. As part of , we’re looking at ways to expand this prize which recognises NE pupils in years 11&12
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Damian Hinds Oct 8
Looking forward to visiting Darras Hall Primary in Northumberland, Cardinal Hume Catholic School in Gateshead and Durham University today to discuss and working together on widening opportunities for young people.
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DfE Oct 4
.: “Following my visit to Germany I was pleased to return the favour & welcome , Minister President of Saxony, to the DfE. We had a thought provoking discussion about the similar challenges our countries face in education.”
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DfE Oct 4
.: “It was a pleasure to meet with the Polish Ambassador earlier today to talk about British-Polish relations and how they are more important than ever before – I’m keen for lots more cooperation and opportunities around our two education systems.”
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