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The latest Opportunities Bulletin (July 2019) has been emailed out to schools and published online. It contains opportunities for all sectors.
Lucy Crehan confirmed as the key note speaker for the next Learn Sheffield Leaders' Briefing which is taking place on Tuesday 2 July 2019, 8.30-10.30am at the Sheffield Hallam University, Owen Building, Peak Lecture Theatre, Sheffield, S1 1WB.
As you will be aware we are supporting the Invictus UK Trials that are being held in Sheffield at the start of the summer holidays.
Learn Sheffield has today launched the 2019/20 Subscription Offer. Full details are available on the Learn Sheffield website.
The year-end primary data briefing dates following the release of the 2018/19 results have been arranged and will be presented by Learn Sheffield and the Performance Analysis Service (PAS).

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Colleagues from the education sector are welcome to attend the Shaping Sheffield workshops, which are designed to help shape the local area plan and discuss the future of health and social care services in Sheffield.
Learn Sheffield moves into its second year of partnership with Huntington Research School as part of the 'Research Led Sheffield' strategy. The 2018/19 programme has been announced and includes a new programme of twilight information sessions.
A follow up article from our Chief Executive, Stephen Betts, taken from the Sheffield Telegraph. He makes the case that the government needs to find additional funding for education and it needs to use some of that additional funding to target areas which are not receiving a fair share currently.