Latest Blog Posts By Category

  • Category: Children

    • How to Retain More Information When Revising

      Rather than studying for long hours, re-reading the same material and still finding it tricky to retain so much information, we’ve discovered some simple study habits that will be much more beneficial when it comes to memory.

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  • Category: Confidence

    • How to Retain More Information When Revising

      Rather than studying for long hours, re-reading the same material and still finding it tricky to retain so much information, we’ve discovered some simple study habits that will be much more beneficial when it comes to memory.

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  • Category: Education

    • How to Retain More Information When Revising

      Rather than studying for long hours, re-reading the same material and still finding it tricky to retain so much information, we’ve discovered some simple study habits that will be much more beneficial when it comes to memory.

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  • Category: Health

    • Talking to Your Child About Peer Pressure

      As your children get older, it’s natural for them to start to feel more pressure about what their friends think and how others perceive them. Here are some healthy ways to talk to your child about peer pressure and some strategies for them to overcome it.

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  • Category: Holiday Fun

    • Tutor Doctor's Top Podcast Picks for Teens

      Podcasts have recently been growing in popularity for teens and there’s a good reason! Not only is it screen-free time, often podcasts are engaging, educational and most importantly enjoyable.

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  • Category: Languages

    • 5 Simple Ways For Your Child To Perfect A Second Language

      Studying may seem like the obvious way to perfect a new language, but it can be easy to overload your child’s memory with too many words, grammar rules and pronunciations. Sometimes a practical environment can be more beneficial than a theoretical one. Away from a desk and a textbook, it’s amazing how much information your child can absorb when they approach languages more naturally. Here's a few tips to help make la

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  • Category: News

    • Everything you need to know about using World Book Day tokens

      It’s no secret that encouraging your child to read and enjoy books is going to hugely benefit their academic success and learning capabilities. World Book Day, which takes place on the 7th of March of this year, is an important annual event that celebrates all things reading.

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  • Category: Performance

    • How to Retain More Information When Revising

      Rather than studying for long hours, re-reading the same material and still finding it tricky to retain so much information, we’ve discovered some simple study habits that will be much more beneficial when it comes to memory.

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  • Category: Success Story

    • How to Motivate the Unmotivated Student

      Motivating students certainly isn’t an easy task, especially as there may be a number of different reasons for them feeling demotivated. Here’s some ways to motivate the unmotivated student and help them achieve the academic success they deserve.

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  • Category: Summer

    • Should Your Child Take a Gap Year Before University?

      Taking a gap year can be an extremely enriching and transformative experience for students. Here’s all the information you need to know, so you can help your teens make an informed decision on whether a gap year is right for them.

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  • Category: Teens

    • How to Retain More Information When Revising

      Rather than studying for long hours, re-reading the same material and still finding it tricky to retain so much information, we’ve discovered some simple study habits that will be much more beneficial when it comes to memory.

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  • Category: Testing

    • Learning Resources for Every Learning Style

      The key to students learning efficiently and effectively is using the right learning techniques and resources depending on their individual learning style. As everyone learns in different ways, it’s important for students to be able to work out what kind of learner they are.

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  • Category: Tips

    • Empowering Your Teen to Become Financially Independent

      Every parent wants their kids to become financially independent, yet it’s easy to forget being smart with money isn’t taught at school. Here’s how you can start empowering your teens to be responsible with their finances so they can develop smart money habits for the future.

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