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  • Category: Children

    • The Importance of Learning Code at a Young Age

      In today's world of technology, it’s becoming more and more important to gain skills in coding. Much like learning a new language, it’s best to start learning coding at a young age, so a solid foundation can be built. Even understanding the basics will create countless opportunities in the future and encourage creativity, increase problem solving skills and improve communication. Here’s why it’s important for your ki

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  • Category: Education

    • Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

      GCSE and A-Level exams are just around the corner, meaning the next few months can be some of the most stressful times students face. Even though it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students can feel extremely overwhelmed resulting in high levels of anxiety. Anxiety can not only affect revision and exam performance but can cause trouble sleeping, loss of appetite and even a depressed state. Accordin

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  • Category: Health

    • When To Consider Private Tutoring For Your Special Needs Student

      Students with learning disabilities or special needs are often at risk of doing poorly in school. Usually this is because they aren’t receiving the attention or extra help they need in order for them to succeed. As a parent, it’s important to regularly assess if your child is making progress and look out for signs if you think they’re struggling. This can be in a particular subject or not being able to keep up with w

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  • Category: Holiday Fun

    • Ways to help kids’ move away from a materialistic Christmas

      Christmas is an exciting time for many kids – it means time off school, festive treats and usually an overwhelming number of gifts. With advertising and playground boasting, it’s easy for children to solely focus on how many gifts they receive on Christmas morning, instead of spending quality time with friends and family. In fact, this obsession with materialistic things can mean the whole family becomes stressed wit

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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

    • The Importance of Learning Code at a Young Age

      In today's world of technology, it’s becoming more and more important to gain skills in coding. Much like learning a new language, it’s best to start learning coding at a young age, so a solid foundation can be built. Even understanding the basics will create countless opportunities in the future and encourage creativity, increase problem solving skills and improve communication. Here’s why it’s important for your ki

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  • Category: Performance

    • Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

      GCSE and A-Level exams are just around the corner, meaning the next few months can be some of the most stressful times students face. Even though it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students can feel extremely overwhelmed resulting in high levels of anxiety. Anxiety can not only affect revision and exam performance but can cause trouble sleeping, loss of appetite and even a depressed state. Accordin

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  • Category: Summer

    • The benefits of learning a new language

      Learning a new language may seem like a tricky task for your child, especially when they’re already learning so many new things every day. However, we shouldn’t underestimate the benefits. Not only has it been found that learning a second language can improve your kids’ academic performance and career prospects, it can also help them become better thinkers, learners and citizens. Here’s some benefits that you should

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  • Category: Teens

    • Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

      GCSE and A-Level exams are just around the corner, meaning the next few months can be some of the most stressful times students face. Even though it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students can feel extremely overwhelmed resulting in high levels of anxiety. Anxiety can not only affect revision and exam performance but can cause trouble sleeping, loss of appetite and even a depressed state. Accordin

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  • Category: Testing

    • 7 Revision Tips to Help Prepare for Your GCSEs

      Even though exam season may seem far away, there’s never been a better time to get prepared. In fact, starting to think about exams sooner rather than later can make all the difference when it comes to revision, and can have a positive effect on performance and grades. Not only will you have more time to study but you’ll be able to adopt a more balanced approach to revision, set clear goals and plan out study session

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  • Category: Tips

    • Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

      GCSE and A-Level exams are just around the corner, meaning the next few months can be some of the most stressful times students face. Even though it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students can feel extremely overwhelmed resulting in high levels of anxiety. Anxiety can not only affect revision and exam performance but can cause trouble sleeping, loss of appetite and even a depressed state. Accordin

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