September 5th is the International Day of Charity, a day commemorated by the UN to acknowledge and recognise great works of charity and selflessness all around the world. Charity, volunteerism and philanthropy provide community and inclusive and resilient societies. Charity also plays a decisive role in alleviating poverty and the worst effects of humanitarian disasters. Ultimately, charity is based around the belief that all human life is sacred and deserves respect and dignity.

Read more ...


Have you ever hit the infamous 3 PM wall? That heavy-lidded moment every afternoon where the prospect of curling into a little ball and sleeping until the end of time seems like too little too late?

Read more ...


TQUK is continuing its running commentary of the government’s apprenticeship reforms and EPA. This week, we’re coming at you with an instalment exploring the difficulty of recruiting and retaining end-point assessors.

Read more ...


It’s a brave new world for certain GCSE subjects these days. Many students are getting their results today and they might be surprised by some new numbers on their papers. Gone are the As, Bs and Cs. In are 1s, 2s, 3s and 4s.

So, what’s going on?

Read more ...

You know that feeling you get when you leave the confines of a damp and stuffy room and step into the clear air? That sudden rush coursing through your bloodstream triggering your realisation of gold-lit possibilities, while the coming hours scintillate with a potential as expansive and infinite an as a horizon blazing with the first burning cloud of a new dawn?


No? Us neither.

But our office move? That came pretty darn close.

Read more ...