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A session is a parliamentary year. Sessions normally begin in the Spring with the State Opening of Parliament and run for about 12 months. There are normally five sessions in each Parliament.

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Witnesses Professor Alison Kington (Professor in Psychology of Education at University of Worcester), Dr Maxine Watkins (Lecturer in Psychology at University of Worcester), and Kathryn Spicksley (PhD candidate and Associate Lecturer in Education at University of Worcester)
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Placement Support
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Mr David Blow (Executive Head at SESSET)
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Bea Gardner (Postgraduate Researcher at The University of Southampton)
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses EdTech Advisory Forum Ms Caroline Keep, and Mr T Goddard
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses The Fostering Network
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses International Literacy Centre, UCL Institute of Education
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Square Peg (Team Square Peg CIC)
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Association of Employment and Learning Providers
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Common Sense Media
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Royal National College for the Blind
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses Professor Helen Lomax (Professor of Childhood Studies at University of Huddersfield), and Dr Kate Smith (Research Fellow at University of Huddersfield)
Committees Education Committee
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Witnesses University of Cambridge
Committees Education Committee
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