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The Education Secretary John Patten argued that specialisms in UK schools were already emerging and that we should not treat children "like identical vegetables".
Now, as it continues to grow and develop each of its sector specialisms, it is adding to its own workforce.
e proposal for Longley School, based at Dog Kennel Bank, is to change its specialism so that it becomes a school only for pupils with an autistic spectrum condition aged four to 19, creating an extra 80 places.
We are delighted that the firm has been placed top in so many areas in the new Legal 500 Guide, both on a national and regional level and that more of our solicitors than ever have been individually named and recommended in their particular areas of specialism.
Sue Backhouse, the school's director of specialism, said: "The money is used to help fund our participation in a range of sports such as football, cricket, tennis and athletics as part of the Special Olympics.
Alison Brown, director of specialism at Catcote Business and Enterprise College, has won the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion and will receive her award from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in July.
Peter Mee, director of specialism at the Sports College, said: "This is an excellent opportunity for the children who are taking part.
But this kind of criticism by calling up venial sins of omission merely reinforces Thirsk's call, which echoes Pat Hudson's regional deconstruction of the Industrial Revolution, for due attention to be given to regional and local specialism and diversity.
Our 5,357 consultants work in a broad range of sectors with no sector specialism representing more than 17% of Group net fees.
As well as delivering great events that people talk about, our main area of specialism is our commercial acumen in helping organisations and events deliver the optimum financial benefits from their activity.
Bede Academy, in Blyth, has an engineering specialism and, as students are aged from three to 18, learning in the subject starts early.