All 14 results for "queen mary's college"

Social Justice Commission: Serious Violence Strategy (22 May 2018)

Lyn Brown: It is an honour to follow my hon. Friend the Member for Lewisham West and Penge (Ellie Reeves). She made some very good points, and made them passionately—and I know that she is passionate about the security of the community she serves. For the past year, my community in West Ham has been haunted by violence. Since the start of 2017, nine young people have been killed in my constituency...

Accident and Emergency Departments — Question (30 Nov 2015)

Lord Prior of Brampton: My Lords, I thank RoSPA and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine for the important work they have done in producing this report, and the work done by Queen Mary’s College in substantiating it. The Government’s policy is to put the main responsibility for children under the age of five in the hands of local authorities in the belief that they, by knowing the local conditions better than...

Written Answers — Education: Sixth Form Colleges: Capital Investment (11 May 2011)

Nick Gibb: ...College Huddersfield New College Joseph Chamberlain College Leyton Sixth Form College Loreto College Luton Sixth Form College New College Pontefract Notre Dame Sixth Form College Portsmouth College Queen Mary's College Reigate College Sir John Deane's College Solihull Sixth Form College St Brendan's Sixth Form College St Charles Sixth Form College St Dominic's Sixth Form College St Mary's...

Written Answers — Education: Sixth-form Colleges: Capital Investment (22 Mar 2011)

Nick Gibb: ...College New College Pontefract Newham Sixth Form College Notre Dame Sixth Form College Palmers College Peter Symonds College Portsmouth College Priestley College Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College Queen Mary's College Reigate Sixth Form College Richard Huish College Sir George Monoux College Sir John Deane's College Solihull Sixth Form College St Brendan's Sixth Form College St Charles...

Building Colleges for the Future (25 Mar 2009)

Maria Miller: ...debate. My constituency has been hit hard by the funding freeze. In Basingstoke there is an excellent further education college, Basingstoke college of technology, and a sixth-form college called Queen Mary's college. Both need significant investment if we are to make sure that they can deliver what the Government want from Basingstoke, which is that it should be a diamond for growth and...

European Union (Amendment) Bill (20 May 2008)

Lord Goodlad: ..., security and justice, issues of criminal law and policing are being brought into Title V of the treaty on the functioning of the European Union—an innovation that Dr Valsamis Mitsilegas of Queen Mary's College told your Lordships' committee in evidence amounted to fundamental constitutional change. This amendment includes all possible opt-ins under the proposed new arrangements. The...

Science Teaching (15 Jan 2008)

Ian Gibson: ...are not working together or united, and about various initiatives and publications. I know of a nice book for young people, called "Have a Nice DNA", by a friend of mine, Professor Balkwill, at Queen Mary's college. I also know of the school garden which is pupils' new classroom project, which has helped pupils to build a willow tunnel, research life forms in the pond, and build a bird...

Ancient History a-Level (25 Apr 2007)

Jim Knight: ...-like increase since 2000 is nearer 9 per cent. However, it is an increase, and an important one. I realise the popularity of the subject in some sixth-form and further education colleges, such as Queen Mary's college, Basingstoke—a fine establishment where I once worked. I was pleased to revisit the college earlier this year to open a new maths and art block, when I was reacquainted...

[Miss Anne Begg in the Chair] — Speech and Language Difficulties (Education) (28 Nov 2006)

Jim Knight: ...) reiterated my view that local authorities should develop choice. I was married in Basingstoke and have a great affection for it. I used to live there and I hope to return in the new year to visit Queen Mary's college and one or two other establishments. The hon. Lady talked about the funding for Hampshire. In Dorset, we look jealously at the funding per pupil that Hampshire receives,...

Public Bill Committee: Education and Inspections Bill: Clause 61 ( 9 May 2006)

James Clappison: It is a pleasure to follow my hon. Friends, and I agree with every word they said. They raised a subject of great importance to our country. I particularly praise my hon. Friend the Member for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton for his careful research into the subject and my hon. Friend the Member for Mid-Bedfordshire (Mrs. Dorries) for drawing on her personal experience. I am sure that the...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Further Education (28 Mar 2006)

Jacqui Smith: ...in Hampshire 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Alton College 500 594 479 459 502 503 486 504 592 Totton College 195 211 179 174 201 160 195 171 211 Queen Mary's College 621 609 567 520 560 535 591 601 653 Barton Peveril College 783 773 800 716 740 742 694 752 845 Havant College 518 554 513 524 478 480 520...

Orders of the Day — Education and Inspections Bill (15 Mar 2006)

James Clappison: .... Last weekend, we heard of the closure of the chemistry department at Sussex university, which followed hard on the heels of the loss of the chemistry departments at Exeter, King's college, London, Queen Mary's college, London, Dundee and Surrey. That is not a trend that is good for the future of our country, and it needs to be reversed. We hope that the Bill, and other measures to be...

Petition: Spaceguard Project ( 3 Mar 1999)

John Battle: ...That information provides input to collision calculations that enables orbit changes to protect systems such as ERS-1 and ERS-2. Key groups involved include those at Queen's university, Belfast, and Queen Mary's college, London. The British National Space Centre is working with fellow members of the interagency debris co-ordination group to agree a procedure for the re-entry of risk...

Minimum Income (24 Nov 1967)

Mr Alf Morris: ...an assurance at the end of this debate that there is no question whatever of considering selectivity in the matter of providing school milk. I received a letter recently by Professor John Yudkin of Queen Mary's College in the University of London, an expert in nutrition, who had just completed an interim study of the importance of providing school milk. His study was not of children in...


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