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  • Category: Children

  • Category: Confidence

    • Teaching Your Teen About Managing Conflict with Peers

      Being a teenager certainly isn’t an easy time. With all the physical and emotional changes taking place, it’s no wonder friendships can get tricky. Equipping your teen with the right set of life skills to help manage conflict effectively will help them have more fulfilling friendships, be a good friend and enjoy better social experiences, both inside and outside of school.

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  • Category: Education

  • Category: Health

    • Exam Stress Is on the Rise: How to Support Your Child with Exams

      Exam season can be an anxious time, with many students under a high amount of pressure to perform well and get high grades. That’s why it’s so important that parents are able to fully support their children, making sure they are calm, confident, prepared and motivated throughout this stressful period. Here’s the best ways to support your child.

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  • Category: Holiday Fun

  • 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

  • Category: Success Story

    • Revision Techniques: The Crammer vs The Planner

      As exam season looms, tension brews not only for students but also for parents and teachers. Even though students are not alone in this journey, as their loved ones and educators also want them to succeed, each tends to encourage specific revision methods. Some prefer the spaced-out approach, either with or without support (The Planner), while others, take the short-term approach (The Crammer).

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  • Category: Summer

  • Category: Teens

  • Category: Testing

    • Last Minute Revision Tips for Students

      Exams are the most stressful time of year, even for the most hardworking, prepared students. With multiple exams to revise for, a hectic school schedule alongside lots of nerves and worries, the last couple of weeks can be stressful to say the least. Here’s some helpful last-minute revision tips to help students stay calm and collected during this high-pressure time and ensure exam success!

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  • Category: Tips