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The New GCSE Grading System Explained

By Matt J, Fri 21st Apr

There is currently a lot of confusion over the changes to GCSE grading that will start with this years results. Students receiving their GCSE results this summer, will see Maths and English graded between 9 and 1, with 9 being the highest grade. We've written this short article to help shed some light on this new system......

The 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017 According to Education Experts

By Giorgio C, Wed 5th Apr

If you work in education, you’ll know there’s a HUGE array of applications, services, products and tools created to serve a multitude of functions in education. There are so many tools, though, that it can be difficult to keep up - especially with the massive volumes of planning and marking teachers have to do, never mind finding the time to actually teach! So how do you know which ones are the best? We decided to do a bit of research to help you out......

5 Must Know Life Hacks for Dads

By Giorgio C, Wed 29th Mar

How does a new dad, or any parent, manage to stay on top of everything? This guest post by Ben Woollard of the Dad-Do blog reveals a couple of useful tried and tested life-hacks to help you cope......

Classroom Tech: How Virtual Reality is Helping to Bring Learning to Life

By Matt J, Fri 10th Mar

The way that we learn has evolved over time, from philosophers passing on their secrets via word of mouth to the invention of the Gutenberg press and the rise of the World Wide Web. And with the 21st century well underway, tutors and teachers for all age groups have access to...

A Personal Trainers Opinion: "What makes a great one to one tutor?"

By Giorgio C, Thu 2nd Mar

As a Personal Trainer, I often teach people on a one to one basis. I have become accustomed to probing questions. One of the most frequent I am asked is, “What is the most important part of being a one to one personal trainer?” Well, now I have an answer......

How To Teach English And Maths So Your Students REALLY Get It

By Giorgio C, Mon 13th Feb

I spent years telling children how to write things – and sometimes they got the idea straight away. But, very often, they didn’t. In this article I'm going to share the method which has been most effective for me over the years in ensuring your students really understand what you're trying to teach them....

A Parent's Guide to Maths University Applications

By Giorgio C, Fri 10th Feb

The application process for Maths applicants at the top Universities can be confusing, with a plethora of different admissions tests, interviews and entry requirements. This guide should help make sense of it....

The 3 Key Components To Choosing A Music Teacher

By Giorgio C, Thu 9th Feb

Finding a music tutor can be a daunting task. It’s exciting for them to begin learning to play an instrument yet it’s also incredibly stressful to find a quality music teacher who’s serious about ensuring your child succeeds with their instrument. Fortunately, we've had plenty of experience on both sides of the table......

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