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The 11 Plus exam: What can you do to help your child?

Any parent who wishes their child to have a good standard of education will undoubtedly worry about whether their child has the potential to pass any necessary entrance exams in order the achieve this. The 11 plus exam is used to determine a child’s education after they leave primary school and a tripartite system of

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Revision tips for exams

With the right approach and a lot of preparation, revising for exams need not be as stressful as you may initially fear. Whether you are revising for first year exams or finals, with these tips, you can be well on your way to success. Devise a Timetable Research has shown that short bursts of revision

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Home schooling: Is it an option?

The majority of people may think that the natural course of action when a child reaches the age of five is to automatically send them to school. However, there is another option: home schooling. Ultimately, home schooling is exactly what it sounds like and your child is educated at home. This can be by you,

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Help your child through their GCSE’s

The fact you are keen to help your child through their GCSEs is an excellent start to assisting them achieve the best possible examination results. There are numerous issues many parents face when their child enters in to the Key Stage 4 segment of education. It can be a complicated time for teenagers and with

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Getting your kids to do their homework

In an ideal world our children would scurry home from school and dutifully pull out their books, eager to complete their homework before dinner. In the real world that rarely happens, and as adults we can understand our children’s need for a little downtime in their day too. Encouraging children to take a realistic approach

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Gifted children

Parenthood is a funny thing: When someone else’s child brings home a piece of A4 showing The Last Supper depicted in purple, green and orange with the disciples dressed as gangsta rappers, it’s hard not to laugh. Yet suddenly when it’s your own offspring, you start to see flashes of genius in every stroke of

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