We consider how the Government’s response to Covid-19 will affect students and offers advice on how best to handle the upheaval of cancelled GCSE and A Level exams and what to do if your, ‘calculated grade’ is lower than you think it should be.
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With many teachers now working online, this begs the question does online learning actually work? And in particular, does it work for younger children who have a naturally shorter attention span?
Whether it’s an Occasional Place you are considering, or the all important 13 Plus Common Entrance that your child has been working towards for the past two years, here is some key information about how schools are handling applications during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Following the government’s announcement last week that schools are closing and formal exams have been cancelled, many students have been left wondering, "Why it is necessary to keep studying?" Our expert education consultants explain why it is so important to continue.
In the coming weeks and months we want to do whatever we can to help the families of all the Key Workers who are currently doing so much for all of us, within our communities and our hospitals.
Our experience in creating successful home schooling programmes for children from age four into adulthood, enables us to share tried and tested strategies for improving your child’s education at home.
We address the questions parents most frequently ask us about online tuition, provide insights from experienced online tutors and some pointers to make the most out of online lessons.
In a world where you can find tutors through a quick google search and then book lessons with a couple of clicks, it has, in theory, never been easier to obtain the services of a private tutor.
What are the best children's books for young readers? A current and thoroughly enjoyable list of recommendations from author Rebecca Stonehill.