Latest Blog Posts By Category

  • Category: Children

    • 5 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Financially Savvy

      Knowing how to be financially savvy isn’t something taught at school, meaning it’s up to parents to teach children all things money. In fact, the more you talk about money with your kids and discuss how you make smart financial decisions, the better.

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  • Category: Confidence

    • 5 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Financially Savvy

      Knowing how to be financially savvy isn’t something taught at school, meaning it’s up to parents to teach children all things money. In fact, the more you talk about money with your kids and discuss how you make smart financial decisions, the better.

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  • Category: Education

    • 5 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Financially Savvy

      Knowing how to be financially savvy isn’t something taught at school, meaning it’s up to parents to teach children all things money. In fact, the more you talk about money with your kids and discuss how you make smart financial decisions, the better.

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  • Category: Health

    • Stress Awareness Month: Top 10 Stress Management Techniques for Students

      With more and more students suffering with high levels of stress in the UK, it’s not only impacting their academic studies, but their general wellbeing too. That’s why it’s so important to address stress quickly and try to raise student awareness of the simple things they can do to help reduce high stress levels.

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  • Category: Holiday Fun

    • Learning With Board Games For The Whole Family

      Whether it’s the middle of summer or winter, board games are always a wonderful activity for the whole family to enjoy. Not only can they provide hours or entertainment for everyone, they’re also a great way for your kids to learn and develop their skills.

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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

    • Advice for Year 11 and Year 13 Students: GCSEs and A Levels

      With GCSE and A-level exams being cancelled due to the pandemic, it’s certainly an unusual time for Year 11 and Year 13 students. With teachers having the deciding say in the grades that students will receive, it’s an unfamiliar concept to grasp after preparing for exams for so long. Here’s some advice for students.

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  • Category: Performance

    • Get Organised: Priority Management Strategies For Secondary School Students

      Finding a balance between school, homework, a social life and family time can seem like an impossible task for many secondary school students. That’s why being able to successfully manage priorities is the key to having a balanced life and great grades. Here’s our top priority management strategies so students can thrive!

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  • Category: School Closures

    • The COVID Slide: Tips For Filling Gaps In Your Child's Learning

      COVID-19 has certainly extended the usual ‘summer slide’, leaving many parents and teachers worried about learning gaps forming after months of disrupted school work. To avoid falling behind, here are some useful tips for filling in the gaps in your child’s learning and combating the COVID slide!

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  • Category: Success Story

    • What Video Games Can Teach Your Kids

      Most parents and teachers think that playing video games regularly is a waste of time and that kids should be doing something more useful. However, it’s important to remember that approved games played in moderation can be highly engaging and teach your kids a lot of very useful skills.

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  • Category: Summer

    • Ways To Help Your Kids Discover A Hobby They Love

      With kids changing their minds so often, not to mention there’s so many different hobbies to choose from, finding an activity that your child truly enjoys can be difficult to say the least. Here's a few ways you can help your kids discover a hobby they love.

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  • Category: Teens

    • 5 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Financially Savvy

      Knowing how to be financially savvy isn’t something taught at school, meaning it’s up to parents to teach children all things money. In fact, the more you talk about money with your kids and discuss how you make smart financial decisions, the better.

      Read More
  • Category: Testing

    • Advice for Year 11 and Year 13 Students: GCSEs and A Levels

      With GCSE and A-level exams being cancelled due to the pandemic, it’s certainly an unusual time for Year 11 and Year 13 students. With teachers having the deciding say in the grades that students will receive, it’s an unfamiliar concept to grasp after preparing for exams for so long. Here’s some advice for students.

      Read More
  • Category: Tips

    • 5 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Financially Savvy

      Knowing how to be financially savvy isn’t something taught at school, meaning it’s up to parents to teach children all things money. In fact, the more you talk about money with your kids and discuss how you make smart financial decisions, the better.

      Read More