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17 Nov 2020
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced many people to make significant changes to their lives, whether it be changes to their daily routine, changes to their careers or financial changes.
14 Nov 2020
Questioning is at the heart of all good teaching and learning. Asking questions is essential to check understanding and to maintain engagement. On average, a teacher asks between 300
14 Nov 2020
The government’s announcement that exams in England are to go ahead in 2021, but with a three-week delay to give students more time to prepare was met with a mixed reaction from teachers.
21 Oct 2020
The current Year 11 missed out on the chaos and confusion that the 2020 GCSEs became. Even so, this year’s exam cohort face a very challenging year ahead. Keeping students motivated
14 Oct 2020
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, of course, but the recent GCSE and A-Level grading fiasco does seem to suggest that it was a mistake to scrap coursework. It was the decision of former
10 Oct 2020
Language is the basis of communication. It helps children express themselves, understand others, and serves as the precursor for speech production.
27 Sep 2020
The Coronavirus pandemic has thrown the world as we know it upside down. We have been forced to recalibrate our lives and lifestyles as we get to grips with what constitutes the ‘new normal.’