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Curriculum content on the BGfL website will no longer be updated
Curriculum content on the BGfL website will no longer be updated

Since its launch in 2000, the Birmingham Grid for Learning website (www.bgfl.org) has strived to provide a range of high quality information and resources to support learning across the city. The development of the site was a requirement of the...

Do you want to put the 'Spotlight on' someone? School nominations now open
Do you want to put the 'Spotlight on' someone? School nominations now open

'Spotlight on ...' is a feature designed to highlight Birmingham students who have demonstrated unusually innovative, creative or entrepreneurial thinking to do something different.

Do you know someone in your school who deserves to be...

BGfL website March 2012: 2.7 million page views from Birmingham schools
BGfL website March 2012: 2.7 million page views from Birmingham schools

And here's some more groundbreaking traffic stats ...

  • Overall traffic:  www.bgfl.org received at least 3,487,901 page views
  • Target audience success:  Almost 8 out of 10 (78%) of visits were from Birmingham schools (ie 2,720,562 of the...
UKYP Elections 2012: Vote opens Monday 23rd January at 10am
UKYP Elections 2012: Vote opens Monday 23rd January at 10am

If your pupils are between 11 and 18 years old, then from Monday 23rd January, then please let them know that they can ...

 

1. Vote and comment on their UK Youth Parliament candidate - so they get to have a say in decisions in Birmingham that...

Oxfam support for youth and schools in the Midlands
Oxfam support for youth and schools in the Midlands

Oxfam have recently expanded their work to include more direct engagement with schools and young people.

As part of their aim to support young people to understand global issues, take action towards a more just, sustainable world and empowering...

Over 21,000 Birmingham pupils voted for their five new MYPs
Over 21,000 Birmingham pupils voted for their five new MYPs

Following the most successful UKYP Elections since 2005, Birmingham's young people have voted in their thousands for the following five new MYPs:

Lexia   (1281)
Onyx  (1275)
Hannah W (1203)
Momodou  (1201)...

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