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Hall Green School Mission Statement

‘Learning together, shaping the future’

Aims and Values

Hall Green is a popular, vibrant and successful school with a track record of high standards and successful outcomes for pupils of all backgrounds and ability. The diversity of the school population enriches the lives of all the community, and has earned the school an enviable reputation for inclusion.

Hall Green is a school that continually seeks to build on the successes of the past and adapt to the needs of the future and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its pupils. In a changing world, we continue to focus on the essentials that make Hall Green successful: the quality of our teaching and learning; personal pastoral care for every individual in the school; strong relationships with parents, carers and the wider community.

Our governors and staff are committed to providing the very best for the children in our care.

Our aims are that:

  • Every pupil makes outstanding progress
  • Every pupil leaves with personal belief in and aspiration for their own successful future, and as a result takes responsibility for their learning
  • Every pupil has the skills and attitudes to make a positive contribution to society as an active and engaged citizen
  • Every pupil shows care and respect for others
  • Every pupil values and celebrates diversity
  • Every pupil is aware of and sympathetic to the needs of others, particularly those less fortunate than themselves

We call this our Journey to Outstanding.

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With the summer holiday fast approaching, it is important that students are reminded what we, as a school

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**Important Notice: Snapchat – The dangers of Snapmap and how to keep your children safe on social media

E-safety is an important aspect of our safeguarding and we aim to inform and educate our pupils, parents and staff on the current issues surrounding this subject.

We wish to inform parents that Snapchat have launched a new update on their app called ‘Snapm ap’. This latest feature allows users to share their location with people they are connected to on Snapchat. Users of the app can also display public photos and v ideos sent by people from those locations.

Leavers Letter for Year 11 June 2017

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Leavers Letter for Year 11 2017

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Silent Study for Year 11

We have introduced a ‘silent study’ revision room for Yr 11 pupils to help them prepare for their mocks and finish controlled assessments. This will be open between 3.15 and 5.00 pm on a Monday and a Thursday in D6 and will be run by senior staff. If it proves popular we will extend provision to include more nights each week.





01/10/2017

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23/09/2017

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Undergraduate BSN Program

Our Undergraduate BSN Program combines the latest in clinical theory with traditional nursing values that emphasize holistic patient care.

Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN

The Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN track is designed to enable students with a previous baccalaureate degree to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree in three consecutive terms.

RN Options-BSN or BSN with Early Admission to MSN or DNP

RN Options is offered fully online, and designed for registered nurses who graduated from an ACEN (NLN), ACICS, or CCNE accredited diploma or associate degree program to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Students may opt to elect admission to the MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) or BSN-DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice).

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Ranked 8th by U.S. News World Report among graduate nursing programs in 2018, our Master of Science (MSN) program will prepare you to keep pace with the changing demands of health care systems and the nursing profession. To help you to reach your career goals, we offer a major that will prepare you to be a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner as well as two Nurse Specialty Role concentrations that will lead to satisfying careers as a Clinical Nurse Leader or in Nursing Informatics.

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nursing leaders for the highest levels of clinical nursing practice. Here at Pitt Nursing, you can enter most of our DNP majors after earning your BSN or MSN. We offer majors carefully designed to meet the needs of both health care systems and patient populations: Clinical Nurse Specialist , Health Systems Executive Leadership. Nurse-Midwife. Nurse Anesthesia. and Nurse Practitioner (six concentrations!).

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program prepares nurse scholars who will discover and extend scientific knowledge that advances the science and practice of nursing and contributes to other disciplines.

Certificates and Minors

The School of Nursing offers Certificate and Minor options. These opportunities allow you to broaden your educational preparation and increase your marketability.

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BYU grad students ranked high in top law and business school

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BYU grad students ranked high in top law and business school categories by Princeton review

In preparation for an anticipated flood of college graduates, the Princeton Review published “The Best 168 Law Schools” and “The Best 296 Business Schools” on Tuesday, each with 11 different ranked categories.

Two Brigham Young University graduate programs ranked near the top of those lists.

The Marriott School of Management ranked second for most family friendly business school, while the J. Reuben Clark Law School was third in two law-school categories — most competitive students and most conservative students.

The University of Utah was also profiled in each book as being among the best law schools and business schools, though it was not on any of “Top 10” lists. Additionally, Weber State University was profiled among top business schools.

“All of the rankings in both books are based completely on student survey,” Rob Franek, senior vice president and publisher for the Princeton Review, said. “It is the opinion of students at BYU, and the other hundreds of schools.”

BYU has been a consistent top-runner among the best law and business colleges in the United States, Franek said, and those graduate schools are amongst the most powerful in the nation.

The BYU business school has made the top five family friendly list for years.

“It’s a ranking we’re certainly proud of,” said Robert Gardner, director of Alumni Relations. “It’s not one we are necessarily surprised by. It’s one we’ve always ranked well in with our family culture here. We love that ranking and we expect it to continue in that way.”

Among the MBA class that will graduate in April, 76 percent are married, up from 64 in the previous class. The percentage of married students in the MBA program is usually somewhere in the mid-to-upper 60-percent range, Gardner said, so this is a high year.

The survey questions for the family friendly category pertain to the happiness of married students, the number of kids students have and the help the school gives to students’ spouses and children.

“We have an active MBA spouse association that makes sure spouses are well-networked and well-supported,” Gardner said. “Last month they had a family barbecue at a park near campus. They set up regular meetings. It’s activities like those that really make a difference.”

The law school has consistently ranked high on the most-competitive and most-conservative lists, sitting in the top four on each since 2008.

For the most-conservative students category, known in past years as “students lean to the right,” surveyed students were asked if there was a prevailing political bent at the school and how they would categorize themselves, Franek said.

The answers students can choose from are: very liberal, liberal, middle of the road, somewhat conservative and very conservative.

“We ask students in 368 law schools and compare school to school,” Franek said. “Compared to other schools BYU has consistently been on this list.”

For the competitive category, students are asked about the number of hours they study outside class, hours of sleep they get nightly and the number of hours they believe their peers in the school study outside class.

“It is partially about their experience and partially their perception of others,” Franek said. “It speaks directly to their academic experience.”

On average, 107 students at each law school and 64 students at each business school were surveyed for the lists in the books’ 2013 editions. The survey is annual and students can fill it out throughout the school year at princetonreview.com .

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09/09/2017

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05/09/2017

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What They Do:

Accountants and auditors prepare, analyze, and verify financial reports and taxes and monitor information systems that furnish this information to managers in business, industry, and government.

The major fields of accounting are public, management, and government accounting. Public accountants have their own businesses or work for public accounting firms. They perform a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting activities for their clients, who may be corporations, governments, nonprofit organizations, or individuals. Management accountants (also called industrial, corporate, or private accountants) record and analyze the financial information of the companies for which they work. Other responsibilities include budgeting, performance evaluation, cost management, and asset management Government accountants and auditors maintain and examine the records of government agencies and audit private businesses and individuals whose activities are subject to government regulations or taxation.

Within each field, accountants often concentrate on one aspect of accounting. For example, many public accountants concentrate on tax matters, such as preparing individual income tax returns and advising companies of the tax advantages and disadvantages of certain business decisions.

Increasing numbers of accounting graduates are working in private corporations. Management accountants analyze and interpret the financial information corporate executives need to make sound business decisions. They also prepare financial reports for non-management groups, including stockholders, creditors, regulatory agencies, and tax authorities. Within accounting departments, they may work in financial analysis, planning and budgeting, cost accounting, and other areas.

Who Would Enjoy It:

People with accounting jobs understand information systems and are skilled at working with computers to gather, report, and interpret information. Skills in human relations and interviewing are essential because accountants need to understand and solve financial problems for other people.

Accounting covers a wide variety of jobs including Financial Reporting, Income Tax Research and Preparation, Information Systems Design, Auditing, Budget Preparation, and Cost Accounting. Levels of accounting jobs range from clerical bookkeeping to Vice-President of Finance/Chief Financial Officers.

What They Earn:

The average starting salary for someone with a bachelor s degree is about $35,000 per year, yet salaries ranged from $30,000 to $40,000. Those with 1 to 3 years experience will increase to about $50,000 a year, with salaries ranging from $30,000 and $60,000 in the higher management positions. After 10 to 15 years of experience in this field, one may earn up to $110,000 per year. Starting salaries with an associate degree vary with the individual s education and work experience. Bookkeeping jobs for students working on a degree vary from $8.00 per hour on up depending upon education and experience.

How Many Jobs Available:

Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2014. Each year, several hundred thousand jobs for bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks will become available as these clerks transfer to other occupations or leave the labor force. The large size of the occupation ensures plentiful job openings, including many opportunities for temporary and part-time work.

How Much Schooling, Training, or Skill Development:

Most professional accountant and internal auditor positions require at least a bachelor s degree in accounting or a related field. However, many employers are beginning to prefer candidates who have earned a master s degree. A variety of bookkeeping and paraprofessional accounting jobs are available for people with less than an associate degree. There appears to be a growing trend for these jobs to request a minimum of an associate degree.

Accountants traditionally have been detail-oriented and that is still important, but modern accountants require a much broader set of abilities. The modern accountant needs highly developed analytical skills to deal with the ever-changing business environment. Good oral and written communication skills are a necessity. Interpersonal skills are highly desirable. The ability to effectively work with computers is a necessity. Computerization lessened the focus on repetitive, detail-oriented work in accounting in favor of analysis and communication.

Based on recommendations made by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, most states currently require CPA candidates to complete 150 semester hours of college coursework. Students already holding a bachelor s degree in another field who earn an associate degree in accounting may meet the educational qualifications for the CPA examination and entry into professional levels of accounting. In Michigan, the 150-hour law can be met with LCC classes if the student has a 4-year degree already.





25/08/2017

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CTDLC ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE 2016 DIANE J. GOLDSMITH AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN ETUTORING Newington, Conn. U.S.A. (October 3, 2016) – The Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CTDLC), whose online tutoring program serves an international community of 2-year and 4-year colleges and unive.

CTDLC ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE 2016 DIANE J. GOLDSMITH AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN ETUTORING Newington, Conn. U.S.A. (October 3, 2016) – The Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CTDLC), whose online tutoring program serves an international community of 2-year and 4-year colleges and unive.

May 25, 2016 at Fairfield University Our Featured Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Robbie Melton “Education On-Demand and In Your Hands” The Internet of Things or IoT will not be gently knocking at higher education’s door, it will be banging on our doors with an army of devices in tow, and sooner.

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23/08/2017

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Cheap Flights for College Students

Need to get your college student home for Thanksgiving or home for the summer? There are things you can do to minimize the impact on your wallet even during the busiest travel seasons so study the following tips carefully but don t worry there won t be a quiz.

1. Airfare 101

When to shop: Best day of the week to shop is Tuesday. specifically about 3 p.m. eastern time. By then, all airfare sales have been launched and other airlines have matched the lower prices to stay competitive. Tip: Sign up for airfare alerts because some sales and special deals come out of the blue.

When to fly: Typically, the cheapest days to fly are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and often Saturdays. You can t always make this work due to exam schedules but even if you can only fly one cheaper day, you ll still see savings.

2. Connecting Flights vs. Non-stops

A good way to save during holiday periods and other times of year is to forget about convenient non-stops and fly less expensive connecting flights. Non-stops can add as much as 10% to 20% to your airfare total ; why not use the savings for books and tuition instead? And don t worry about the rigors of connecting if college kids can stay up all night studying (or whatever), they can endure a multi-flight trip.

3. Know the Cheapest Airports

Rule of thumb: The bigger the city, the cheaper the flights in and out of its airport. Bad news for those in small to mid-sized cities but if there is a hub airport near you or within a couple of hours driving distance it could be worth your while. Always compare prices to multiple airports. For example, Yale students should check prices from Hartford and New York, then factor in the cost of gas and parking fees before putting a final price tag on flights.

4. Connect with Social Media

Most airlines are active on Facebook and Twitter and some offer special deals exclusive to social media followers. Bonus: If problems arise with a flight, many airlines respond most promptly to questions/concerns via Twitter.

5. How to Find Special Deals

Sometimes, college students and others can score with discounts from sites like Groupon or LivingSocial. Virgin America and others have advertised specials on such sites from time to time, so be sure you sign up.

And low-cost carrier AirTran has a program called AirTran U which offers students between the ages of 18-22 discounts on standby flights. However whether AirTran s new boss Southwest continues this program when its integration with AirTran is completed is anybody s guess.

6. Save on Baggage

Best baggage tip: If a student is starting school or finishing up for the year, use a carry-on bag and box up most belongings so they can be shipped via ground transportation you ll save a bundle. If you must bring larger luggage, pack carefully since checked-bags are monitored for size and weight and any deviations can cost you dearly.

Consider the following example which is especially noteworthy for students starting school or finishing up for the year. Prices shown are from United s website (but are the same or close to the fees charged by American, Delta and US Airways).

  • Two checked-bags under 50 pounds each: $60 one-way
  • One checked-bag 50-70 pounds: $125 one-way
  • One checked-bag over 70 pounds: $225 one-way

Even English majors can do this math. Alternatives: JetBlue gives you one checked-bag for free and Southwest gives you two, but make sure the airfare is cheap enough to make it worth your while this is why FareCompare always recommends you shop an airfare comparison site.

7. Dress Responsibly

Airlines can and do refuse to allow passengers to fly if their clothing is deemed too skimpy or if messages on T-shirts are considered too provocative .

8. Holiday Tips

TSA lines will be long and busy during Thanksgiving and Christmas, so don t slow things down by carrying bottles of water (they ll be dumped) or wrapped gifts (they ll be unwrapped) but rules on snow globes have eased and such normal-sized souvenirs are now OK at security.





15/08/2017

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DesiOPT – F1 visa students find OPT Jobs (Optional Practical Training), CPT Jobs, H1B Jobs – OPT Students looking for jobs can find OPT employers who can sponsor H1b, CPT internship jobs, OPT CPT training or part-time OPT CPT jobs. Employers can find OPT students, CPT candidates and F1 visa student’s resumes.

DesiOPT.com was created by group of Alumni’s who have experienced similar difficulties as faced by current jobseekers. It reduces the time spent on finding International Student Jobs and H1B sponsorship Jobs. OPT Students can quickly find H1B Sponsors, USA Sponsorship Jobs. OPT/CPT job seekers who signs up and enters basic resume details on our site, can avail below free services

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Choosing An Employer

With the consulting regime conquering the IT scenario, many OPT (Optional Practical Training) employers are in the fray to make a quick buck. So one needs (especially OPT students) to be very cautious and careful while choosing an OPT employer or OPT work. Having a good employer is very vital so as to avoid any legal, payments, and immigration issues in the future and of coz getting work assignments at reputed companies by not being on bench for too long.

Before you set about stumbling upon an OPT employer, one needs to ascertain what his/her short-term goals are. Is it huge pay / getting placed soon. Many OPT employers entice employees with good % billing rates. One should never fall into such kind of traps especially when you are starting your career in consulting. The following are the important features one needs to consider when he/she chooses an employer:

My Job Search Process

As an OPT (Optional Practical Training) International Student, I had been in the same shoes are you were few years ago. I graduated from Chemical engineering from Bangalore University. I saw the trend was to start reading GRE and Toefl and plan to go to USA. Well since the job market in India was not that great, so thought why not follow the trend. Landed in US and joined master’s program in Computer Science. With 9/11 and bad economy, there were no chances of funding or even getting on-campus jobs. Somehow my luck favored and I got my first on campus job in few months. Then got my Assistantship, then my Internship and was ready to graduate.

Job market was still worse. More then job market I didn’t have a mentor to guide me through the OPT/CPT job search process. My friends were in the same boat as I was.

OPT Student Switching from Non IT to IT

Well that’s a tough one…For OPT Students in the conventional majors and who bagged the OPT Jobs in their fields of study…its not at all concern for them to think about this shift at least for the time being. However this thought might arise in them once they settle down in their job and start feeling the ennui about their daily routine due to the lack of freshness or adventure. Also the lure of big pay packets is one main thing that attracts them to IT. Along with these there might be Junta who is really interested in programming stuff, web designing, has the curiosity to learn more about the business side, about finance and IT integration etc which lures them into the IT sector.

There are many OPT Students who couldn’t grab/take the OPT Jobs in their major of study due to various reasons such as economical downturn, H1 cap reached by the time they got their job etc.

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13/08/2017

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Travel Insurance

Don’t let the unexpected ruin your travel budget

Protect your financial investment and yourself now with STA Travel’s International Student – Travel Insurance policy. Many airline tickets, tours and hotel reservations don’t allow refunds, and can be costly to change. Our travel insurance plan will help you recover the cost of your trip if you have to cancel for a covered reason, like an illness or injury.

Get covered if.

You get sick and have to cancel your trip: Your International Student Travel Plan reimburses you for your non-refundable trip costs up to the limit selected. Be sure the Trip Total Cost Limit you select covers all of your non-refundable travel purchases like plane tickets, tours and hotels!

You get sick while abroad and go to the hospital: The International Student plan provides up to $100,000 to cover medical bills while on your covered trip.

You make your flight, but your bags get delayed in route: The Baggage Delay benefit provides up to $500 to help with expenses while waiting for delayed bags.

Your bag or passport is stolen: Get up to $1,500 to replace lost or stolen goods including luggage and passports





10/08/2017

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Australia MBA

An Australian Masters of Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally respected degree that will enhance your earning potential and career opportunities around the globe. An MBA from one of Australia’s well-regarded business schools is a clear display of expertise in business and management, and a keen understanding of international business practices and policies. There are countless reasons for obtaining an Australian MBA, both on a professional and personal level; however, in an effort to emphasize just a few of the reasons that an Australian MBA is an excellent educational choice, here are some of the top reasons to pursue an Australian MBA: 1. Employers recognize Australian MBAs as a symbol of quality business management education mixed with knowledge and experience in the international marketplace. 2.

Guidance For Choosing A MBA Program Deciding on the right MBA program can be a daunting task. Over 30 schools in Australia offer MBA programs. An MBA can cost considerable time and money to complete, so how do you pick a school that is right for you? Here are some points to consider: Accreditation Find out if the business school is accredited by a higher learning commission. One such commission is the Association of Masters in Business Administration (AMBA). Another accrediting body is the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International.

The Amazing Australia MBA Guide Australia is one of the top study destinations for international students seeking a MBA.

Is a Australian MBA worth the long term cost? Fundamental skills Personal Experience Brad Stevenson who graduated with an MBA from the Geck School of Management in 2005 explains what he got out of his MBA.

MBA in Australia
The business world is an increasingly global environment. As businesses continue to extend their reach overseas, business professionals with international connections and real world know how are in high demand. For professionals interested in pursuing an education to help them get ahead in this competitive workplace, it may be time to consider a MBA in Australia.

The land Down Under has much to offer students in all areas, which is why there were over 540,000 international students in Australia last year. Of that number, at least 182,000 were enrolled in higher education programs, which includes a MBA in Australia. The percentage for students enrolled in a MBA in Australia jumped by almost 50% from previous years. This rise in popularity can be directly traced to Australia’s focused development of MBA programs with quality schools, top tier teachers, and increased funding.

Australian MBA programs reflect the best practices and most up to date theories on business. In addition to skilled professors and strong connections to thriving businesses in Australia, students who pursue a MBA in Australia have access to an engaging and relevant curriculum. Many schools also offer alternative measures for students to earn their MBA in Australia, including part time and full time options and remote learning opportunities. There are also numerous specializations available, featuring everything from finance to information technology.

Another powerful reason for international students to consider a MBA in Australia is the unique speed of the coursework. While many universities around the world offer various two year MBA programs, students who pursue a MBA in Australia can sometimes complete the coursework in as little as a year when attending school full time. This makes it easy to receive a degree quickly in order to move ahead in the workplace. It is also possible to spread the coursework out for up to five years for those students who wish to take classes part time while continuing to work in other capacities.

Many students also find that a MBA Australia degree is relatively cost effective. As the price of higher education skyrockets in other areas around the globe, students who pursue a MBA Australia degree can often find competitive prices. Most graduate level degrees in Australia cost anywhere from 12,000 to 18,000 a year in Australian dollars. However, since these programs can be finished quickly, the cost is kept especially affordable. There are also numerous scholarship opportunities available from individual schools and the Australian government. As another added benefit, all international students can receive health care coverage through their student visas while studying in Australia.

Though these are all compelling reasons to study business in Australia, one of the best reasons is Australia’s unique economic landscape. Australia is intimately connected to the booming Asian markets, conducting much business with cutting edge Asian companies. Accordingly, the Australian economy is equally vibrant, offering students a chance to make important international connections that can serve as a gateway to the Asian market after graduation. Many students who complete a MBA in Australia have ready access to lucrative job opportunities both in Australia and around the world.

Clearly, studying for a MBA at an Australian university can not only be economical and efficient, but it can also give students the background and connections they need to advance a successful career in the business world. On top of all that, students who study in Australia also have the chance to experience all the culture and vibrancy that this country has to offer. All of this can help students not only become better business professionals but well rounded people in the workplace and at home.





15/06/2017

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Travel Insurance

Don’t let the unexpected ruin your travel budget

Protect your financial investment and yourself now with STA Travel’s International Student – Travel Insurance policy. Many airline tickets, tours and hotel reservations don’t allow refunds, and can be costly to change. Our travel insurance plan will help you recover the cost of your trip if you have to cancel for a covered reason, like an illness or injury.

Get covered if.

You get sick and have to cancel your trip: Your International Student Travel Plan reimburses you for your non-refundable trip costs up to the limit selected. Be sure the Trip Total Cost Limit you select covers all of your non-refundable travel purchases like plane tickets, tours and hotels!

You get sick while abroad and go to the hospital: The International Student plan provides up to $100,000 to cover medical bills while on your covered trip.

You make your flight, but your bags get delayed in route: The Baggage Delay benefit provides up to $500 to help with expenses while waiting for delayed bags.

Your bag or passport is stolen: Get up to $1,500 to replace lost or stolen goods including luggage and passports





16/05/2017

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How to Find Cheap Flights for College Students

The holidays are fast approaching, and while your college student might be too busy partying errr studying to look for cheap airfare home, now is a good time to start searching.

Give your college-aged kids a friendly reminder by sending them this list of tips and resources geared toward student travelers.

Thanksgiving Travel Guide 5 Best Tips to Find Cheap Flights

Start Shopping Early

While you might be able to pull an all-nighter to finish that essay, it is a bad idea to procrastinate on shopping around for airfare. Airlines start raising prices for last-minute ticket buyers two weeks out from the departure date. They typically begin discounting seats three to four months before departure, so if you are hoping to make it home for Thanksgiving or Christmas, now is the time to look.

And when you are ready to make your purchase, wait until 3 p.m. on Tuesdays, when the highest number of discounted seats is available.

Be Flexible On The Dates And Times You Fly

Airlines know that the holidays are peak travel times and that there is not as much scheduling flexibility as other times of the year, and they will charge a premium for it. Some carriers even add surcharges for the busiest travel days although, according to an article in the LA Times, some carriers are reducing the number of days they will charge extra.

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving (Nov. 23) has the reputation of being one of the busiest travel days of the year. This means the odds of you scoring a cheap seat that day are going to be pretty slim. Same goes for that return flight on the Sunday after the holiday (Nov. 27). This year, several carriers are also adding a surcharge for Nov. 28. If you can swing it, consider catching an early flight home on Thanksgiving day (you will have the perfect excuse for getting out of that annual family football rumble) and heading back to school the following Saturday or Tuesday.

Around Christmas, the busiest days tend to be Dec. 23 (which is a Friday this year another busy travel day). Airlines have already promised surcharges for this day, as well as Dec. 22, Dec. 26 and Jan. 2. You can save money by flying on the actual holiday and avoiding those rush days.

The time of day you fly can also affect how much you pay for a ticket. Choose an early morning flight or a red-eye for maximum savings.

Being as flexible as you can on departure dates gives you better chances of finding less-expensive flights. Sign up for FareCompare Airfare Price Drop Alerts so you can be notified immediately when the price drops to one of your favorite destinations.

Check Out Regional Airports and Discount Carriers

You can avoid crowds and potentially higher ticket prices by searching for flights at non-major metropolitan airports. Try looking for flights within a 90-mile radius of your destination your little sister will probably thrilled to pick you up first thing in the morning.

Some low-cost carriers like Southwest do not post fares on travel sites, so make sure to visit their websites to check on ticket prices.

Which Offer the Cheapest Flights: Large Hub Airports or Small Airports?

Don t Forget To Check With Airlines, Universities

It is not a bad idea to check an airline website to see if there might be any special discounts especially for students that are not otherwise offered on major travel sites.

American Airlines offers exclusive travel discounts to students, including a 5 percent discount on land components when you book a vacation package through AAVacations. Visit airline websites (including low-cost carriers) to see if they offer youth fares or student discounts.

In addition, many schools have on-campus travel agencies that can help students track down discounts. Penn State, for instance, has a full-service travel management office serving faculty and staff. The University of Texas contracts with Travel Management Services to be a liaison between the university and contracted travel vendors; it is not a travel agency, but it does offer resources to help students and faculty manage their travel better. Visit your school s website or student affairs office to get more information.





13/05/2017

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Taking your Gap Year alone vs Travelling with friends

So now that that you have decided to take a Gap Year and take the first steps to what will most likely be a life altering experience. Now you wonder if you should travel alone or with a friend. Here are some point facts to help you make your decision:

Travel Alone Pros

*You are more likely to meet a lot more new and exciting friends, as travelling alone forces you to move out of your “comfort zone”. It may seem scary at first but keep in mind the places you will be travelling to will most likely have like-minded people also looking for similar experiences.

*Manage your own time: When you travel alone you can really follow your own hearts desires to where when and how you want to travel.

Travel Alone Cons

*Sharing the memories: Its always just more awesome to do a picture slide presentation for your family when a friend is by your side and shared the same experiences. There may be things your friend will remember and you don’t… that cute train conductor for instance J

*More Stressful? Depending on your personality. Some people thrive in stressful situations others don’t. If you tend to stress easily Solo travel may not be for you

Travel with friends Pros

*Two minds are better than one concept.  When it comes to the stressful bits like airports and train stations, it really helps to have a familiar face helping you make decisions.

*Safety in numbers. It always helps to have a friend look out for you and visa versa. Especially on a night out

Travel with friends Cons

*Disagreements will be likely: you can be the best friends in the whole wide world and never ever have had a single fight as long as you have known each other. You will when you travel together! It may be something simple as where to eat, to what activities you should do next.

*Be very careful of uneven numbers. The proverbial third wheel. Two friends are more likely to travel in peace than say three friends.

Remember this is all depends on what you decide to do and where you decide to go

Many if not most Gap Year options you will travel/work in the safety of groups, especially when you do something like volunteer work. There will be an assistant/guide or local who will guide you and the group through the obstacles of that particular country.

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Taking your Gap Year alone vs Travelling with friends

So now that that you have decided to take a Gap Year and take the first steps to what will most likely be a life altering experience. Now you wonder if you should travel alone or with a friend. Here are some point facts to help you make your decision:

Travel Alone Pros

*You are more likely to meet a lot more new and exciting friends, as travelling alone forces you to move out of your “comfort zone”. It may seem scary at first but keep in mind the places you will be travelling to will most likely have like-minded people also looking for similar experiences.

*Manage your own time: When you travel alone you can really follow your own hearts desires to where when and how you want to travel.

Travel Alone Cons

*Sharing the memories: Its always just more awesome to do a picture slide presentation for your family when a friend is by your side and shared the same experiences. There may be things your friend will remember and you don’t… that cute train conductor for instance J

*More Stressful? Depending on your personality. Some people thrive in stressful situations others don’t. If you tend to stress easily Solo travel may not be for you

Travel with friends Pros

*Two minds are better than one concept.  When it comes to the stressful bits like airports and train stations, it really helps to have a familiar face helping you make decisions.

*Safety in numbers. It always helps to have a friend look out for you and visa versa. Especially on a night out

Travel with friends Cons

*Disagreements will be likely: you can be the best friends in the whole wide world and never ever have had a single fight as long as you have known each other. You will when you travel together! It may be something simple as where to eat, to what activities you should do next.

*Be very careful of uneven numbers. The proverbial third wheel. Two friends are more likely to travel in peace than say three friends.

Remember this is all depends on what you decide to do and where you decide to go

Many if not most Gap Year options you will travel/work in the safety of groups, especially when you do something like volunteer work. There will be an assistant/guide or local who will guide you and the group through the obstacles of that particular country.

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Why Rail Travel on your Gap Year?

So you ve decided to take a Gap Year, you’re either indecisive about what you want to do on your Gap Year or you simply want to take a year off after collage. You want to travel to a distant far off country and experience the culture, the cuisine, the new friends and acquaintances.  The problem, you are travelling on a budget and you don’t exactly know the road rules of driving on the opposite side of the road.

Your solution. Rail Travel! Please note that this mostly applies to Europe, The United States, Canada, India an Southern Africa. Please feel free to contact us about any other countries you may wonder about.

I travelled through the whole of Italy by using the Rail Way System. I saw some unique and wonderful towns, I met even met unique and awesome people. I did all of this on budget. Rail Way travel is a really good financial alternative to renting a car or going by plain. It also eliminates the stress of driving in a foreign country. So you can sit back, relax and enjoy the view.

Here are some tips I picked up along the way:

1:   Prebook!; Especially if you are going on an extended journey. Pre Book to make sure of availability

2.  Trains are awesome, and mostly they are safe, but lock up your valuables. Especially when using Rail in India.

3.  Although trains can move super-fast, so can very irritating insects such as Mosquitos, so remember to pack your spray. Especially using African or Indian Railway systems.

4.  The food on trains have always been pleasantly surprising in my experience but it really helps to travel with a few snacks in your bag. Especially if the ques are a bit long during the lunch hour rush. If you have allergies always be sure to check the ingredients with the chef.

5. Open your mind to the world that lay ahead. I have met some of the most interesting people I know on trains.

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Gap Tours Places to travel

There are so many types of gap tours that you can do. You can go and visit temples in India or do a safari across Africa. You can travel East Asia and see Vietnam to Thailand. There are so many tours out there that it becomes a daunting task to decide what to do.

Firstly decide if you want to ski, scuba dive, relax in the sun, explore exotic place or see some wildlife. Form here you can start looking for those tours that suit your type of gap tour you would like to do. How about doing your seven wonders of the world?

I have listed below different types of tour you can do. This is to help you decide and give you a starting point. Remember that if you are the type of person that likes reading books, try doing something different. Look at it as if it was your last day on planet earth. What would you do?

Here are a few Gap Tours you can choose from:

A. I call these classic trips.

You can go and see uncommon landscapes, awesome wildlife, local cultures and exploring. The classic tours will also give you some ideas of the vast amount of things you can do and see.

B. You can also travel independently and experience the world on your own terms.

Go and see gorillas in Uganda. You can go and see Rio or the mystical ancient gods in Egypt. You will meet so many people this way and might even meet up with someone to travel with you.

C. Local living tours are designed at seeing the locals and living their way.

You can go and see the amazon rain forest learning Quichua traditions. Visit and see the beauty of Croatia, Rome’s Vatican City to the unique communities in Sicily. Cultivate yourself with the locals, their food and wine.

I have found some FREE travel for groups.

Remember that this is your Gap Year to do as you please. Plan it well and you will have a journey of a lifetime, spiritually and mentally.

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04/05/2017

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Never Stop Travelling with Student Flights. See More. Pay Less.

Trips

Ski holidays, party cruises and schoolies adventures that you can go on with your friends!

Tours

Go on planned city adventures, escapes to islands or be shown the local wildlife in South Africa! Browse through the tour styles that suit you.

Destinations

How cold will it be? How much does a coffee cost? It’s all here for you to discover.

Events and Festivals

Explore what Events are on while you’re travelling, or plan to attend a Festival you’ve always wanted to go to!

Why Student Flights

Widest Range of Travel

There’s so much more to travel than finding a cheap flight. The devil is in the details; we’re talking how you’ll get from A to B, where you’ll rest up and where you’ll party down.

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02/05/2017

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Never Stop Travelling with Student Flights. See More. Pay Less.

Trips

Ski holidays, party cruises and schoolies adventures that you can go on with your friends!

Tours

Go on planned city adventures, escapes to islands or be shown the local wildlife in South Africa! Browse through the tour styles that suit you.

Destinations

How cold will it be? How much does a coffee cost? It’s all here for you to discover.

Events and Festivals

Explore what Events are on while you’re travelling, or plan to attend a Festival you’ve always wanted to go to!

Why Student Flights

Widest Range of Travel

There’s so much more to travel than finding a cheap flight. The devil is in the details; we’re talking how you’ll get from A to B, where you’ll rest up and where you’ll party down.

Exclusive Festival Packages

Youth Travel Insurance





26/04/2017

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Taking your Gap Year alone vs Travelling with friends

So now that that you have decided to take a Gap Year and take the first steps to what will most likely be a life altering experience. Now you wonder if you should travel alone or with a friend. Here are some point facts to help you make your decision:

Travel Alone Pros

*You are more likely to meet a lot more new and exciting friends, as travelling alone forces you to move out of your “comfort zone”. It may seem scary at first but keep in mind the places you will be travelling to will most likely have like-minded people also looking for similar experiences.

*Manage your own time: When you travel alone you can really follow your own hearts desires to where when and how you want to travel.

Travel Alone Cons

*Sharing the memories: Its always just more awesome to do a picture slide presentation for your family when a friend is by your side and shared the same experiences. There may be things your friend will remember and you don’t… that cute train conductor for instance J

*More Stressful? Depending on your personality. Some people thrive in stressful situations others don’t. If you tend to stress easily Solo travel may not be for you

Travel with friends Pros

*Two minds are better than one concept.  When it comes to the stressful bits like airports and train stations, it really helps to have a familiar face helping you make decisions.

*Safety in numbers. It always helps to have a friend look out for you and visa versa. Especially on a night out

Travel with friends Cons

*Disagreements will be likely: you can be the best friends in the whole wide world and never ever have had a single fight as long as you have known each other. You will when you travel together! It may be something simple as where to eat, to what activities you should do next.

*Be very careful of uneven numbers. The proverbial third wheel. Two friends are more likely to travel in peace than say three friends.

Remember this is all depends on what you decide to do and where you decide to go

Many if not most Gap Year options you will travel/work in the safety of groups, especially when you do something like volunteer work. There will be an assistant/guide or local who will guide you and the group through the obstacles of that particular country.

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Taking your Gap Year alone vs Travelling with friends

So now that that you have decided to take a Gap Year and take the first steps to what will most likely be a life altering experience. Now you wonder if you should travel alone or with a friend. Here are some point facts to help you make your decision:

Travel Alone Pros

*You are more likely to meet a lot more new and exciting friends, as travelling alone forces you to move out of your “comfort zone”. It may seem scary at first but keep in mind the places you will be travelling to will most likely have like-minded people also looking for similar experiences.

*Manage your own time: When you travel alone you can really follow your own hearts desires to where when and how you want to travel.

Travel Alone Cons

*Sharing the memories: Its always just more awesome to do a picture slide presentation for your family when a friend is by your side and shared the same experiences. There may be things your friend will remember and you don’t… that cute train conductor for instance J

*More Stressful? Depending on your personality. Some people thrive in stressful situations others don’t. If you tend to stress easily Solo travel may not be for you

Travel with friends Pros

*Two minds are better than one concept.  When it comes to the stressful bits like airports and train stations, it really helps to have a familiar face helping you make decisions.

*Safety in numbers. It always helps to have a friend look out for you and visa versa. Especially on a night out

Travel with friends Cons

*Disagreements will be likely: you can be the best friends in the whole wide world and never ever have had a single fight as long as you have known each other. You will when you travel together! It may be something simple as where to eat, to what activities you should do next.

*Be very careful of uneven numbers. The proverbial third wheel. Two friends are more likely to travel in peace than say three friends.

Remember this is all depends on what you decide to do and where you decide to go

Many if not most Gap Year options you will travel/work in the safety of groups, especially when you do something like volunteer work. There will be an assistant/guide or local who will guide you and the group through the obstacles of that particular country.

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Why Rail Travel on your Gap Year?

So you ve decided to take a Gap Year, you’re either indecisive about what you want to do on your Gap Year or you simply want to take a year off after collage. You want to travel to a distant far off country and experience the culture, the cuisine, the new friends and acquaintances.  The problem, you are travelling on a budget and you don’t exactly know the road rules of driving on the opposite side of the road.

Your solution. Rail Travel! Please note that this mostly applies to Europe, The United States, Canada, India an Southern Africa. Please feel free to contact us about any other countries you may wonder about.

I travelled through the whole of Italy by using the Rail Way System. I saw some unique and wonderful towns, I met even met unique and awesome people. I did all of this on budget. Rail Way travel is a really good financial alternative to renting a car or going by plain. It also eliminates the stress of driving in a foreign country. So you can sit back, relax and enjoy the view.

Here are some tips I picked up along the way:

1:   Prebook!; Especially if you are going on an extended journey. Pre Book to make sure of availability

2.  Trains are awesome, and mostly they are safe, but lock up your valuables. Especially when using Rail in India.

3.  Although trains can move super-fast, so can very irritating insects such as Mosquitos, so remember to pack your spray. Especially using African or Indian Railway systems.

4.  The food on trains have always been pleasantly surprising in my experience but it really helps to travel with a few snacks in your bag. Especially if the ques are a bit long during the lunch hour rush. If you have allergies always be sure to check the ingredients with the chef.

5. Open your mind to the world that lay ahead. I have met some of the most interesting people I know on trains.

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Gap Tours Places to travel

There are so many types of gap tours that you can do. You can go and visit temples in India or do a safari across Africa. You can travel East Asia and see Vietnam to Thailand. There are so many tours out there that it becomes a daunting task to decide what to do.

Firstly decide if you want to ski, scuba dive, relax in the sun, explore exotic place or see some wildlife. Form here you can start looking for those tours that suit your type of gap tour you would like to do. How about doing your seven wonders of the world?

I have listed below different types of tour you can do. This is to help you decide and give you a starting point. Remember that if you are the type of person that likes reading books, try doing something different. Look at it as if it was your last day on planet earth. What would you do?

Here are a few Gap Tours you can choose from:

A. I call these classic trips.

You can go and see uncommon landscapes, awesome wildlife, local cultures and exploring. The classic tours will also give you some ideas of the vast amount of things you can do and see.

B. You can also travel independently and experience the world on your own terms.

Go and see gorillas in Uganda. You can go and see Rio or the mystical ancient gods in Egypt. You will meet so many people this way and might even meet up with someone to travel with you.

C. Local living tours are designed at seeing the locals and living their way.

You can go and see the amazon rain forest learning Quichua traditions. Visit and see the beauty of Croatia, Rome’s Vatican City to the unique communities in Sicily. Cultivate yourself with the locals, their food and wine.

I have found some FREE travel for groups.

Remember that this is your Gap Year to do as you please. Plan it well and you will have a journey of a lifetime, spiritually and mentally.

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23/03/2017

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