Can class size ever be countered anymore?

The government dismisses the argument that class size has any negative effects on quality of teaching or educational outcomes, however, thus also dismissing the day-to-day experience of teachers themselves.


Multitasking and Online Study – Help or hindrance?

if you’re pursuing online study, it’s imperative that you take time to consider how you can avoid multitasking distracting you from your studies.

GCSE Exams

Lessons Learnt: 3 GCSE Mistakes to Avoid in 2019

A great way to learn what the assessment objectives mean, is to do some research. There are many useful YouTube videos that discuss these.

Study Tips

Study Tips for Dyslexic Students

Here are some simple study tips for you to use independently and to share with your teachers.

Shakespeare still matters

Why Shakespeare is still relevant over 400 years since his death

It’s likely we all cite him every day without even realising it.

Online Learning

Why Online Learning Works

For most, online learning is a convenient and effective way to learn.

Was Richard I a Great King of the English?

As well as being a lover of the battlefield and tournaments, King Richard is also known to have enjoyed poetry and the songs of balladeers. Their work, it must be imagined, helped create the often rose-tinted view of Richard…

Pancakes for Pancake Day!

Why do we eat Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday?

The first recorded Pancake Day as we know it, was held in the Buckinghamshire town of Olney, back in 1445 where even today, resident ladies celebrate their heritage by competing in the town’s world-famous pancake race.

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