Monthly Archives: May 2012

Five excellent reasons to use online tutoring

It is very rare these days to find an industry unaffected by the internet. Think back to how we used to catch up with friends before Facebook or how we got the best deal on insurance before websites like Moneysupermarket. … Continue reading

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Food for thought?

Move over Jamie Oliver – nine year old Martha Payne from Argyle has been sticking it to the man just recently after setting up a blog about her school dinners. Having a passion for writing she wanted to set herself … Continue reading

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Help your child get through the misery of exams

For kids, exams are a fact of life at this time of year. Some breeze through, even enjoying the challenge, but for others the story is very different. The amount or quality of study doesn’t have much bearing on how … Continue reading

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The Importance of Getting Your Voice Heard as a Student

Many young people, including students, often don’t realise the importance of getting your voice “heard”. As students, we have the right to speak our mind, and talk freely about topics that concern us, or which interest us. But, why is … Continue reading

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Would you pay for your child to get a better service from their school?

No, I’m not talking about gussiying them up in the nearest fee-paying school’s uniform and taking out a second mortgage to pay for it all. I’m wondering if there might be some merit in some parent-funded add-ons at the local … Continue reading

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