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World Travel Market London 2015 is giving travel and tourism students the chance to talk to potential employees as part of its ITT Future You program. It is the sixth time that the Institute of Travel and Tourism has hosted its Future You event at the world's leading event for the travel industry. It is one of the most attended sessions, attracting 600 people last year.

Sandwell Council is launching a second year of the highly successful Booktastic scheme which helped to double the number of four and five-year-olds regularly borrowing books from its libraries last year. Council bosses say the scheme, which gives children in Sandwell library membership and access to free books has helped bring more children into libraries than ever before and are launching it again this year.

West Midlands Housing Association, Nehemiah UCHA has appointed two new Property Services Trainee Surveyors and one Housing Services Trainee. Mohi Kazi and Jordon Fearon will work closely with the Property Services Manager as part of their graduate two-year internship programme, and Rakpinder Basra will work alongside the Housing Operations Manager to complete the internships which have been made possible through the Nehemiah UCHA Academy.

BBC Children in Need’s star attraction Pudsey Bear caused huge excitement this week when he dropped into Birmingham’s Nansen Primary School to meet Early Years pupils. During the visit, four and five-year-olds from the school in Alum Rock took part in Pudsey-themed art and reading activities, including colouring in pictures of the annual fundraising campaign’s much-loved mascot.

The latest Wolverhampton school to be transformed by a £270m investment programme has been given the seal of approval by education chiefs. Councillor Claire Darke, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education, toured the new St Matthias School, on Deans Road, recently and saw for herself the stunning new facilities being enjoyed by pupils and teachers.