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  • James Sheldrake – Teaching Shakespeare

    By 4ppn0va4dm1n

    28 August 2015

    James Sheldrake, one of the private tutors with whom we work, gives his expert view on the value of Shakespeare in the classroom.

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  • July 2015 Twitter Round Up

    By 4ppn0va4dm1n

    28 August 2015

    A roundup of everything interesting in the press about education this month: from the affect of sleep on learning, to the value of mentoring and a look at the world's most exclusive boarding schools.

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  • June 2015 Twitter Round up

    By 4ppn0va4dm1n

    28 August 2015

    A roundup of everything interesting in the press about education this month: from impossible exam questions and the limitations of exams, to finding the best graduate jobs.

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  • Private Tutors: Past, Present and Future

    By admin

    28 August 2015

    Private tuition has traditionally been seen as the preserve of a wealthy elite; however with the advent of widespread higher education and rapid professionalism of the tuition industry, it is now within reach of most UK families.

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  • Preparing your Child for Boarding School

    By admin

    28 August 2015

    Private tuition has traditionally been seen as the preserve of a wealthy elite; however with the advent of widespread higher education and rapid professionalism of the tuition industry, it is now within reach of most UK families.

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  • August 2014 Twitter Round-up

    By admin

    28 August 2015

    Private tuition has traditionally been seen as the preserve of a wealthy elite; however with the advent of widespread higher education and rapid professionalism of the tuition industry, it is now within reach of most UK families.

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    • SMART goals for the new school year

      By Toby Palmer

      28 August 2015

      Now is a great time to set goals for the new school year. However, how do you set goals that are achievable and have a clear timeframe of when and how they are going to be accomplished? SMART goals can help, they are a workplace staple and can just as easily be applied to schooling.

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    • 13+ Exam Tips

      By Toby Palmer

      26 August 2015

      The 13+ exam can be a stressful time for parents and students alike. In order to help alleviate this pressure we offer some advice on simple things that you can do, both when you are revising and in the exam itself.

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    • James Sheldrake – Teaching Shakespeare

      By Simply Learning Tuition

      26 August 2015

      James Sheldrake, one of the private tutors with whom we work, gives his expert view on the value of Shakespeare in the classroom.

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    • Moving to a new school

      By Toby Palmer

      25 August 2015

      The first day at a new school can be stressful for students and parents alike, so it is important to make sure that your child is as prepared as possible.

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    • The education system of the USA is one of the most well known across the world, but how well does it actually perform and what can we learn from the best performing countries to improve the American education system and our own? This article will argue that root and branch reform based on the model...

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    • With the build up of anticipation following two years of hard work, GCSE results day is a big day not just for students, but also for their parents. Whilst it can be a day of great celebration if grades meet or exceed expectations, it will be deeply disappointing if they do not. GCSE results are...

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    • Regardless of whether your child’s grades meet expectations or not, results day can be incredibly stressful, particularly as results may determine the next three years of your child’s life. However, there is an enormous array of options if results are higher or lower than hoped, most of which are provided by easy-to-use UCAS services. By...

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    • Lois Hood – Dyslexia by Any Other Name

      By Simply Learning Tuition

      06 August 2015

      Dyslexia expert Lois Hood gives her opinion on the controversial topic of defining precisely what dyslexia is.

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    • July 2015 Twitter Round Up

      By Simply Learning Tuition

      04 August 2015

      A roundup of everything interesting in the press about education this month: from the affect of sleep on learning, to the value of mentoring and a look at the world's most exclusive boarding schools.

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    • Life as a Residential Tutor in Kazakhstan

      By Simply Learning Tuition

      20 July 2015

      One of our tutors, Jennifer, tells us about her experiences living and tutoring in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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    • Investing Wisely in Independent Schooling

      By Simply Learning Tuition

      20 July 2015

      Private Education is a large investment. This article gives some great ideas on how to manage that investment in the most effective way possible, ensuring maximum educational benefit for children whilst minimising the financial burden on families.

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    • South East Asian Academic models are often touted as a magic bullet for improving UK schooling, particularly in Maths. This article will exam this approach and question whether it would really be effective if it were imported to the UK.

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