How To Help Your Child Learn Their Vocabulary for 11+ or 13+

Whether you have a reluctant reader or a child who loves to get lost in fantasy books, vocabulary and its importance in the 11+ and 13+ is never far from

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.

COVID-19 Exam Cancellation: Our Initial Thoughts

The Department for Education released a statement about exam cancellations in the wake of the coronavirus. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE STATEMENT   Below are our thoughts on these most

Studying with COVID-19: Dinosaurs

With schools across the world closing and parents working from home during the global COVID-19 pandemic, many parents are finding themselves more involved in their children’s education than ever before.

Continuing Your Studies Amid The Coronavirus

The spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19, is causing everyone anxiety. But one group particularly affected are school students, especially those sitting exams this year. With hundreds of people gathering in

Meet The Heads Article – Ghanaian Embassy

Between 13th - 16th March The Ghanaian Embassy will be holding a special day for parents, presented by 'Everythings Education'. The event focuses on how to approach independent & boarding

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

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,