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  • Fun Literacy Games To Engage Your Child This Summer
    Fun Literacy Games To Engage Your Child This Summer

    The summer holidays are finally here and even though it’s a nice break from the regular school routine, it doesn’t mean learning should stop altogether. With summer learning loss being as high as kids losing up to two months of reading skills, it’s never ...

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  • A Parents' Guide To GCSE And A-Level Results Day
    A Parents' Guide To GCSE And A-Level Results Day

    Waiting for GCSE and A-Level results can be a stressful time for students and parents too. Often it can be tricky to understand what happens on the day, and what all the options are afterward, especially if students don’t get the results they expected. ...

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  • Tips on Teaching Children Accountability From an Early Age
    Tips on Teaching Children Accountability From an Early Age

    Teaching your children accountability certainly isn’t an easy task for parents, yet it can be extremely beneficial in the long run. Holding kids accountable for their actions not only helps to mould them into responsible and successful young adults, it ...

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  • Alternatives To University: What Are My Options?
    Alternatives To University: What Are My Options?

    Getting a degree can be extremely beneficial for students, however, it’s important for them to know this isn’t the only pathway available to them after college. In fact, with university in the UK now costing on average £9,250 per year, student debt ...

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  • The Ultimate Reading List For Reluctant Readers
    The Ultimate Reading List For Reluctant Readers

    Reading is a wonderful activity for children of all ages to get involved in on a regular basis. Even though some children don’t need an incentive to read regularly, others may be much more reluctant and really avoid reading at all costs. Not only is ...

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