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Education Update May 2018

Welcome to our latest update, with information about new education initiatives, research, resources and publications to support parents, carers, young people and professionals, as well as plenty of opportunities to have your say about SEND changes. · House of Commons Education Committee SEND…

Prize Pigeons Soar to the Rescue!

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Did you know that pigeons are thought to be one of the most intelligent birds? Their superb navigation, hearing, speed and soaring ability have long been admired in racing and as message carriers. They can also detect ultra-violet light and spot the orange…

Why Miss Britain is working out for love

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A body building champion from Liverpool has added some festive cheer to her workouts. Amy Newall from Kirkby, has been taking part in a charity Christmas jumper campaign for Shine, a spina bifida and hydrocephalus charity. Shine is close to Amy’s heart because…

New Educational Lead shares her heart for families and schools

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Shine is delighted to welcome Jan Tippett as its new Education Lead. Besides being the parent of someone with hydrocephalus and spina bifida, Jan has been a teacher of English in secondary schools and an examiner and moderator for English A Level, before…

Why Aidan is taking on the challenge of his life

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Shine Treasurer Aidan Kehoe is embarking on a challenging adventure as he takes on the Patagonia Trek this month. Aidan, Chief Executive at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, will be tackling challenging, beautiful and often inhospitable terrain to raise funds…

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