Monthly Archives: June 2012

How to cope with waiting for exam results

Remember the long summer holidays – weeks and weeks of loafing and lolling and just having fun with your mates? Looking back that’s how it seems, with the exam results a tiny little hiccough at the end. However, perhaps the … Continue reading

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Why prom season is important, however awful school dances might look…

Up and down the country now there are thousands of teenagers preparing for their school prom. Parents are being obliged to shell out for frocks, beauty treatments and limo hire. Excitement is reaching fever pitch and the outbreak of a … Continue reading

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Will free Online Universities kill off the old guard?

‘Online Education has officially arrived’ shouts the first line of the plicymic article ‘Online Universities: The future of Elite Education’. Slightly mift that they’ve clearly never come across Tutorhub before but hey, what can you do. Seriously, this article is a … Continue reading

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Cash for inspections

Love them or hate them, Ofsted inspections are the time-honoured way our authorities independently check to see if schools are performing well for our children. I remember it well from my schoolboy days – being swept up in a confusing whirlwind of … Continue reading

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