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Mortgages for teachers in England & Wales and those looking to buy in Dorset, Hampshire & Wiltshire. Savings products include ISAs, notice accounts, bonds & easy access accounts
Mortgages for teachers in England & Wales and those looking to buy in Dorset, Hampshire & Wiltshire. Savings products include ISAs, notice accounts, bonds & easy access accounts

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Mortgage market has strongest January since 2008. What Mortgage takes a look:
http://www.whatmortgage.co.uk/news/buy-to-let/mortgage-market-strongest-january-since-2008/



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A university is offering people the chance to be the first ever Lego professor of play 'What we want is to get the UK government to encourage more playful learning in schools, rather than testing,' says Lego global head of research: The Independent reports:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/cambridge-university-lego-foundation-new-role-professor-of-play-childhood-benefits-salary-job-a7534211.html

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Homework: is it worth the hassle? Parents and educators question the value of setting assignments for students. But what does the neuroscience say? The Guardian takes a look:
https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2017/feb/07/homework-is-it-worth-the-hassle

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New research has revealed that when buying a new home, 49% of prospective buyers want to be within a 15 minute walk of a supermarket. What Mortgage takes a look:
http://www.whatmortgage.co.uk/news/first-time-buyers/half-homebuyers-want-live-near-supermarket/

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January sees jump in first-time buyer numbers - Mortgage Solutions takes a look at how a fall in the number of landlords buying property has allowed first-time buyers to get a foot on the ladder:
http://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/news/2017/02/10/january-sees-jump-first-time-buyer-numbers/


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Seven ways to give better feedback to your students: Research shows that constructive comments can bring a huge boost to learning – but they can also backfire. Here’s how to get them right. The Guardian takes a look:
https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2016/nov/10/seven-ways-to-give-better-feedback-to-your-students
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