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Ella Higham

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Ella is a Marketing Executive here at Tribal Group. She helps to raise the awareness of Tribal's activities and tell the Tribal story worldwide.
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Recent Posts

Student Minds: Covid-19 and Student Mental Health: Supporting the most impacted groups

Posted by Ella Higham on May 13, 2021

On 22nd April 2021, Tribal virtually attended a Student Minds led event - Covid-19 and Student Mental Health: Supporting the most impacted groups webinar, with the hope to listen to students’ experiences and learn about new resources available via Student Space. As a Student Space Comms Champion Tribal want to share the content and resources to our audience.

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Topics: Blog, Student Support, Covid-19, Student wellbeing

Tips on how colleges can help students recover from a crisis of pandemic confidence

Posted by Ella Higham on May 10, 2021

According to mental health charity, Mind, nearly three-quarters (73%) of students said their mental health declined during the lockdown. As we begin to emerge from the seismic effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic, thoughts turn to the longer-term impact of over a year of isolation, upheaval, and disrupted learning.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Student wellbeing

Digital transformation in FE In conversation with FE Principals

Posted by Ella Higham on May 6, 2021

According to The EdTech Report 2019/2020, it was predicted that by 2021 the UK EdTech sector would reach £3.4 billion. Despite this, findings show that more needs to be done to ensure UK schools and colleges are getting enough access to educational technology. In Northern Ireland, 3 in 4 teachers admitted that the children they teach don't have enough access to educational technology, with teachers in North East, West Midlands, Greater London, North West, and Wales agreeing. 

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Digital Transformation

Tribal invests in customer value with new Partner Manager

Posted by Ella Higham on April 15, 2021

In conversation with James Solomon 

 

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Topics: Blog, Cloud Technology, Digital Transformation

Student Minds Resources

Posted by Ella Higham on March 12, 2021

There are currently around 2.4 million students at UK universities, with one in three suffering from clinical levels of psychological distress during these formative years.

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student experience, Student

Ofsted best practice in remote learning: key findings

Posted by Ella Higham on February 18, 2021

Due to the ongoing worldwide pandemic, there has been huge disruption across the education sector at all levels, the impact of which is still unknown as schools, colleges, and universities remain closed until further notice.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog

National Apprenticeship Week 2021 : Build the future

Posted by Ella Higham on February 11, 2021

In conversation with Tribal Apprentice, Chloe Simpson

 

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Apprenticeship

How to engage and connect with your remote workforce in 2021

Posted by Ella Higham on January 7, 2021

How to engage and connect with your remote workforce in 2021

 

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Topics: Blog

Creative ways to keep connected beyond your bubble

Posted by Ella Higham on November 30, 2020

With the latest tier restrictions recently announced, it has become evident that life will continue to be restricted until Spring 2021. We cannot connect with others like we used to, and it is becoming increasingly clear that people are yearning to feel close and connected to their loved-ones.


Thanks to technology (not forgetting the rule of six and public parks), we can still stay connected with friends and family. Here are some ideas to explore throughout December:

 

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Topics: Blog

Why you should be attending Empower Online if you work within Further Education or Skills and Training

Posted by Ella Higham on September 18, 2020

In times of great change, we are holding our free of charge, online conferences (W/C 12th October 2020) to discuss the significant issues that will help colleges and training providers become more resilient and continue to deliver quality education.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Skills & Training, Events