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Surprise Entertainment: The Singing Waiters

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The Singing Waiters are the U.K.’s most popular surprise entertainers and there is a reason for that.

What sets The Singing Waiters apart from other entertainers in the booming surprise entertainment industry is their world-class educational background.

Every member of The Singing Waiters UK has attended a renowned musical school or college in the UK. This impressive background certainly shows with every single performance!

The Singing Waiters are currently the number one choice when it comes to corporate entertainment in the United Kingdom. Only singers and dancers with a background as impressive as The Singing Waiters’ can take on classic opera and perform in a way that is truly world-class.

However, The Singing Waiters can also perform for many other types of occasions, be it wedding receptions or your next birthday party where you want to impress your guests. Recently, The Singing Waiters have also added special performances aimed for children.

If you happen to be in the United Kingdom and plan a large event where you want to make an impression on your guests you should consider The Singing Waiters. Occasions such as weddings or anniversaries are really not exactly where you want to settle and make any compromises. With The Singing Waiters you will know that you will get the best that the UK has to offer in terms of musical entertainment!

Teaching Shortage in London

A new study reveals that London may be facing a shortage of teachers, especially those who specialize in maths and science.

According to the study which was conducted by research company Data for Education, about 50% of teacher training courses in those subjects today are unfilled.

The study also showed that there are numerous open teaching vacancies in languages and computer studies.

The British government now wants to launch a campaign in order to motivate more graduates to become teachers.

The head of Data for Education, Prof John Howson warned that the low numbers on related courses could lead to standards dropping. In an interview with the BBC he said ”We have to make sure we are training enough teachers. As soon as we get into a downward spiral where we’re not training enough teachers there’s a danger standards will drop again.”

A New Website For Finding Jobs In Devon

Finding a job in Devon has become easier with the addition of one new website that jobseekers in the area can take advantage of. I’m talking about the Devon job board at the website devonjobboard.co.uk.

Why do I recommend the Devon job board?

devon-job-boardThis is a very simple to use and straightforward job search website where you can find a plethora of local openings all across Devon. They have Paignton jobs, jobs in Torquay and openings in any other major city here in Devon.

Unlike as with some other job boards, I normally prefer those websites that focus on the local employers here in the area. It is often there where pme can come across open jobs that are not listed on any other site.

I also like the fact that this site has no distracting elements and that the searching is very easy. As you would expect from a decent job board you can search using various criteria such as job category, salary, location and many others.

The Devon job board is not only interesting if you’re looking for a job in Devon. It is also a great site for local companies to let job seekers know about their open vacancies. So if you’re looking for Torquay jobs or job opportunities in Paignton I can highly recommend the Devon Job Board.

 

Buckingham College Preparatory School Staff And Pupils Celebrate Glowing Inspection

Students, teachers and parents are celebrating Buckingham College Preparatory School, in Rayners Lane, Pinner after inspectors rated it to be outstanding. The school was assessed by the Independent schools Inspectorate rate in June. The glowing account as a result of the inspection had been revealed this past week.

The inspectors noted the not only the overal quality and standards of provision as being ‘outstanding’, they also noted that the pupils are happy at the school. Those pupils with specific needs are given extra support. The glowing rating for the school extends over seven points covering various criteria.

Lorraine Cavanagh, the headteacher in a public statement: “I am delighted that the overall excellence of our early years provision at Buckingham Preparatory School has been recognised, particularly the comments which demonstrate our absolute commitment to encourage enthusiasm, curiosity and the palpable joy of learning which is enhanced by our outstanding partnership between school, children and parents.”