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Jefferson School leads on the specialism of creative and performing arts to ensure that it is delivered to equal high quality across all academy schools.
SPORTS BOOST: (l-r) Kath Culverwell (Special Olympics club coach), Sue Backhouse (director of specialism at Round Oak School )with Mark Chambers (chairman of Leamington Round Table) and students who have taken part in the Special Olympics
Each of the 10 finalists will take to the stage, which has been host to speakers such as Michael Faraday, HG Wells and David Attenborough, to convey their chosen scientific specialism in just three minutes.
VIEW: Robinson A SCHOOLS body has reassured Teesside secondary schools they will not lose their specialisms amid Government cuts.
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.
I am confident therefore that when next year's Guide is published, even more of our specialisms and people will be acknowledged."
The college will offer a foundation degree in Healthcare Play Specialism - working in partnership with the University of West London.
To see the police dogs in action, visit www.birminghammail.net EXPLOSIVES Dog: Hugo Breed: Flatcoated retriever Specialism: Explosives search dog Age: Four Service: Two-and-a-half years About: Hugo is one of a small number of dogs specially trained to sniff out bombs.
Judith Thompson, director of arts specialism at Hill Top School, said: "We have some very gifted and talented young people and I wanted to provide something extracurricular for them.
Director of specialism at the sports college Peter Mee said: "This is an excellent opportunity for the children taking part.
Redevelopment of Heworth Grange will include a new science and technology block and outdoor space for its 1,200 pupils to reflect its performing arts specialism.
But with just one long time-trial - Wiggins' specialism - and more demanding mountain stages than this year, the 2010 route is likely to be more favourable to climbers such as 2009 winner Alberto Contador and Luxembourg's Schleck brothers, Andy and Frank.