Studying With COVID-19: Supporting Your Child At Home

The global pandemic of coronavirus is forcing schools to shut, causing many parents to become impromptu home educators with no experience or training. If you’re in that boat, here are

Learning From The Great British Bake-Off

  10.10.2019   Jemma Smith   Blog   No comments

Most of us think of the Great British Bake-Off as an antidote to studying. It’s what we watch with our kids on a school night to relax in a world

Why A Tutor Can Help With A Personal Statement

  25.09.2019   Jemma Smith   Blog   No comments

An application to British universities is made up of several components, such as predicted grades, references from teachers, and other requirements from the universities in question like interviews or sample

Top tips for secondary school applications

Secondary school applications can be a stressful experience. That’s especially true in a county like Oxfordshire that’s home to several of the country’s leading independent schools, including Magdalen College School,

Timetabling Revision

This week marks the February half term in most students calendars. A chance to relax after the hectic January term, to see friends but also to revise. With only 80

LEARNING TO LOVE FAILURE

JK Rowling was rejected by 12 major publishing houses, Thomas Edison took 10,000 attempts to invent the lightbulb and Michael Jordan is known for missing more than 9000 shots in

FIVE TUITION MYTHS

Tuition has always been seen as an add on extra, something whispered about by parents at school gates to push students up a grade. But tuition is changing. Whilst still