Go for Raya.) If you go this route, prepare to be Googled and judged.Making it past their screening process is no easy feat (unless you happen to be a minor celeb, you’re going to need some luck! But before you thumb your nose at it, it’s worth noting that if you’ve got a hobby that you really care about in your 40s—such as staying really fit, which we wholeheartedly encourage—it’s a terrific way to meet a compatible, like-minded person.A pass rate 95.6 per cent currently sees the college latest national league tables, an improvement of 135 places on the previous year.Northampton College also claims nine other similar colleges recorded a similar performance and were graded as ‘good’ during the academic year 2016/17.A spokesman for the college has revealed managers' intentions to appeal the decision - which has seen the college's overall rating downgraded from 'good' to 'requires improvement'.
There are literally hundreds of apps to choose from, and if you’re a busy guy looking for something meaningful, scrolling through an endless stream of music-festival selfies probably isn’t the best use of your time.But that doesn’t mean smartphone dating isn’t for you.We ranked the best apps that are friendly to people of slightly older age groups—paying special attention to the ones where you’ll have the most potential matches to choose from.But the Ofsted inspectors, who visited the college's Northampton and Daventry sites in April, picked up on several areas that they deemed worthy of improvement."The quality of mathematics provision, particularly on 16 to 19 study programmes, requires improvement," the report states."Too often, the activities that teachers use to develop learners’ skills in mathematics do not engage their interest, or motivate them to work hard."On attendance, the watchdog stated: "In a few instances, late-arriving learners disrupt lessons and teachers do not routinely challenge them or help them to understand the importance of good timekeeping to their future employment prospect."And on leadership, the inspectors found: "Managers do not monitor the progress of learners consistently well and, consequently, are unable to identify areas where their intervention is necessary."However, there were areas of strength identified too.Ofsted praised the college leaders' 'strong financial management' and their 'rigorous management of staff' have secured 'sound financial health'.