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Parents: What to do after your child sits one of their GCSE exams?

Parents: What to do after your child sits one of their GCSE exams?

In this blog we are going to be offering advice on how to help your child deal with exam stress by avoiding triggering questions, and by offering solutions, so that you can support your child through their GCSE Exams. We all know that after a child has sat an exam, we...

Are 2021 GCSE and A-level Exams really cancelled?

Are 2021 GCSE and A-level Exams really cancelled?

If you have been keeping up-to-date with the headlines, then you may think that GCSE and A-level summer 2021 exams have been cancelled, right? But, the reality is - it’s not that simple! Yes, exam hall exams are cancelled, but end of year, summer exams have not been...

Study-Aids for 11+

Study-Aids for 11+

With so many books, revision guides and study aids to choose from, what is best for your child? It can be difficult to navigate all the resources out there, which is why I have put this handy list together. I break down the guides, according to the age they serve,...

How to spark a passion for science in your child?

How to spark a passion for science in your child?

What is science? Science can be defined as a way in which we view our world based on observation, testing and application. According to the Science Council, Science is the “pursuit and application of knowledge and understanding of the natural and social world...

Go Red For Dyslexia!

Go Red For Dyslexia!

Are you going red for dyslexia on the 8th October? Why red? Dyslexia was once stigmatised as being a learning disorder synonymous with lack of intelligence, and an inability to learn. Red, similarly was stigmatised, due to red ink being used to mark children’s work....

9 mins’ Revision Strategy for GCSE 2021 Success

9 mins’ Revision Strategy for GCSE 2021 Success

Many teens are feeling anxious, apprehensive and agitated. They feel completely unprepared for their GCSE finals. And do you know what the biggest fear is? No time! Lockdown put a stop to face-to-face learning, leaving many teens to tackle material alone at home....

How to beat the ‘Back to School Blues’.

How to beat the ‘Back to School Blues’.

You and your child/teen may be filled with excitement, elation and joy at the prospect of returning to school. Others might be feeling apprehensive, dubious and a little anxious. Whatever you and your child/teen are feeling, it is important to accept yours/their...

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