My name is Sally Cooper and I’m a teacher at Field Lane Primary School in Batley, West Yorkshire. You might have heard about Batley – more recently for the wrong reasons.
James Caan CBE and Levi Roots share their experiences and tips with young entrepreneurs in the making.
The recent parliamentary report written by the Women and Equalities Committee is a welcome and detailed portrait of the challenges still faced by Muslim women looking to make a successful career in this country.
The sound of sirens echoing every other hour has stopped now in the area of Paris where I am living and people are trying to get back to normal, despite the horrific events that took place on the night of the 13th of November.
New and disruptive ideas keep an industry from going stale so the big question is, how would you react if someone came to you with a great idea?
I had the huge privilege of travelling to Jordan last week to support Mosaic’s founder HRH The Prince of Wales on his recent Middle East visit.
The public debate on integration is frustratingly seldom one based on much other than personal experience (or, at worst, prejudice). Bringing some facts to this debate is long overdue.
I was shocked to learn recently that students from BME backgrounds are 20% less likely to achieve a ‘good’ degree result (a First or Upper Second) than their White peers.