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Do SATs matter?

It is that time of the year with SATs coming up, that the big debate raises its head again about why we put our children though the pressure of exams at this young age. Many educationalists argue that SATs are a pointless government driven test that has no place in …

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Are you in need of some last – minute stocking fillers?

Pick something educational that can help with revision and for children aged 8-18! How not to waste money on stocking fillers this year? Grab some nice revision aids and games for younger children and your money will be well spent. If your child is doing exams this year it is …

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A parents guide to the UCAS Personal Statement

Your child may have decided by now that you are surplus to requirements, especially in school work and university advice! You may be the last people to find out any information about the UCAS process and what is needed to write a good personal statement. Now is the time to …

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How to encourage your child in primary school…

Here are some simple tips. Help them have a positive self – belief Ensure they read for pleasure Give them a regular bedtime and plenty of sleep Don’t compare them to other children Motivate them to enjoy homework tasks by telling them why they are doing it- what will they …

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Newsletter 1 Autumn 2018

Term 1 Newsletter Autumn 2018 For all parents and students the start of a new term is busy and full of new challenges and it often takes until the Half Term to feel like you have gained some sort of control and order within family life! We have been busy …

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What should my child be doing this Easter?

  What should my child be doing this Easter? Although many people are currently debating the hours needed to ensure effective revision versus the need to relax and recharge over the holiday…The holidays are the ideal time to ramp up the revision, that is often hard to cover in depth …

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