Can I Start A Pandemic Learning Pod To Teach My Child During Lockdown?

With schools closed across the world to prevent the spread of coronavirus, many parents have turned to creative solutions to get their children educated. Indeed, we’ve suggested how you can

Why You Should Be Looking At Your Personal Statement Now

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Studying With COVID-19: The USA

If you’re homeschooling during lockdown, we’ve put together this series of articles with activities for your child, whatever their age. Each series of activities will take them a week to

Studying with COVID-19: Bees

While children are home from school due to the global spread of coronavirus, we’re running a series of articles on activities you can do with your child to teach them

Wiki Expert Interview

CLICK HERE TO VISIT WIKI-EXPERT   Jemma Zoe Smith is the Director of the Education Hotel. She holds 3 degrees from Oxford University and is a qualified Teacher who also

The Hunger Games – SURVIVING

Check out this fantastic article by our English & Study Support tutor Emily Smith! Ideas for Project-based-learning on the book ‘The Hunger Games’ by Suzanne Collins ‘The Hunger Games’ is

Free Webinars Every Friday at 2pm

Join our Director Jemma Zoe Smith every Friday on our Facebook Page for free webinars about lesson planning, project based learning and scheduling your child's time during lockdown Last week's webinar was about

Discovering Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s plays can often feel like a really tricky thing for anyone to access, let alone children; however the following project ideas can really help bring the Bard to life.

Creating A Play In 1 Week

School may have closed but that doesn’t mean your creative skills can’t be put to the test! Here is a week-long task designed for you to create and perform a

What To Do Now? Year 11

Parents - Your child in year 11 has been off of school for 3 days because of COVID-19 and now without the GCSE exams to motivate them, they are bored.