GCSEs will often determine the route you take through university, so how important are they?
To support students and teachers preparing for GCSE and A-Level exams in 2022, the exam boards are required to provide “advance information” for most subjects. ABOUT ADVANCE INFORMATION If you’re taking GCSE or A-Level exams in the summer of 2022, then you need to know about something called ADVANCE INFORMATION. It’s been a really toughContinue reading “NEW FOR 2022 – EXAM ADVANCE INFORMATION”
Non-Verbal Reasoning is not generally taught in schools. In fact there’s very little to actually teach as it is not an academic subject. For most parents the 11-Plus, Non-Verbal Reasoning is the stuff of nightmares! The main problem is that children will not have been taught the subject in class time at primary school andContinue reading “Why is non verbal reasoning important?”
Even though the COVID pandemic played a major role in the prolific rise of the virtual classroom phenomenon, we are not unfamiliar with the fact that edtech has always had the potential to boom beyond limits.
Prevent moan and groan when you ask your child to compose sentences or invent stories. Writing is, of course, a critical skill for children to learn and is intricately tied to reading, which for many children is equally painful. It is a central part of the elementary-school curriculum — not just in language arts butContinue reading “Writer’s Block”
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a two-year curriculum for high-achieving high school students. The IB Diploma Programme is the most widely offered IB program in the United States. 945 high schools are authorized to use and teach the IB diploma curriculum. Why should I consider the IB Programme? International Baccalaureate programs are offered and recognizedContinue reading “Everything you wanted to know about IB”
The personal statement is really important to secure the place you want in university. For many students, starting is the hardest part. We share 10 tips to get you going.
So many students really struggle with maths, when there is absolutely no need to. To move forward you may have to go backwards, but the effort will be worthwhile.
Back to school fears, all children (and parents) have a little wobble on the first day back to school