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Is it possible to boost your child’s intelligence?

Every parent wants the best for their child- and maybe the best way of ensuring a bright future for your child is to stimulate their intellect as best you can. Even though the debate between nature and nurture is far from over, there are some pretty sure fire tricks you can use to help your […]

GCSE Grades 2016- Grammar Schools Buck The Decline

It’s that time of year again- students across the country have been receiving their GCSE and A-level grades. But in news that is as unfortunate for our under-fire education system as it must have been for the students, there has been a ‘dramatic decline’ in the proportion of C grades or above, as well as […]

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School Places Shortage in The UK.

Introduction A report this year by the Local Government Association has found that despite the government’s recent efforts at education reform, the system still faces the possibility of a shortfall of 10,000 places in primary schools around the country within the next four years. Highlighted in an article this year in the Guardian , the […]

The Rise of Home Schooling

  Are we seeing more children home schooled? As part of a Freedom of Information request, the Guardian has found that ‘numbers [of home schooled children] are rising’. ‘Nobody knows’ the exact number since parents whose children are home schooled from the beginning of their education are in fact under no obligation to tell anybody! […]

How To Help Your Children Study

  Good study habits don’t come naturally to everybody, and some children need more structure and guidance than others to study effectively. While it can be challenging to help a child struggling with studying, it is beneficial both for the teacher and the student. There are a number of proactive steps that can be taken […]

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Top tips for preparing your child for interview at an independent school

Top tips for preparing your child for interview at an independent school For the parents of a child about to be interviewed at an independent school the countdown to the day can be pretty nerve-racking.  However with the right tips, tricks and industry insider know how both you and your child can look forward to the […]

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A New Way of Teaching Maths

Ground breaking research makes waves throughout the mathematics world Mathematics is a notoriously despised subject for the majority students, ranging from primary school age right up until the time of sweet 16s where the majority say goodbye to the subject with nothing short of adulation. However it now seems that there may well be newly […]

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Insights and Signs of a Gifted Child- How do you know that you have one?

We obviously all love our children, and we can be incredibly proud of all that they achieve, however beyond this it can be difficult to truly decipher whether your child is genuinely gifted, particularly as you’re undoubtedly biased as to their abilities and skillsets. And whilst schools are able to officially identify such children through means including screening tests, IQ tests, […]

The National Curriculum: A Parent’s Guide to upcoming changes

        Any mention to changes within the National Curricular and parents are rightly concerned, particularly those parents who may have already experienced the National Curriculum, first hand through the eldest of their children. However such concerns tend to swirl around one central point: a lack of understanding and information. To this end […]