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

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: 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

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.

The Importance of Interview Skills

If you’ve never interviewed someone for a position, it’s easy to underestimate the importance of interviews. You might think that a bad interview shouldn’t make that much difference; it’s just

How To Explore Medicine

There are many more prospective Medicine applicants every year than there are course places available, but Medicine is a more demanding career than many people realise. Life as a junior

How To Explore Law

Law at university is a competitive course. To be accepted, you’ll need good grades, a strong personal statement, and you’ll probably need to demonstrate your enthusiasm for the subject at

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Cold Nights In: How To Explore Learning In Winter

  23.10.2019   Jemma Smith   Blog   No comments

Supporting your child’s learning in summer can be much easier than in winter. In summer, you can go on nature walks, visit zoos, or do chemistry experiments in the back