Articles by George Moss

I'm a freelance copywriter with an undergraduate degree in English Literature. I've written for many different outlets, including but not limited to marketing agencies, graduate recruitment websites, and online training companies. I've even interviewed a few famous actors for student and arts blogs too! Covering a wide span of material has been incredibly rewarding, as I get to turn my experiences in the arts, education and careers into helpful advice. I sincerely hope you'll find something to your liking here!

Special Needs Education

Special Needs Education: Is it Good Enough?

Reportedly, there were 2,060 children in 2018 who had education, health and care plans who received no support at all.


Physical Education gives life skills as well as those of sports and fitness.

Physical Education Must Not Be Marginalised

Physical Education. can also teach essential skills such as CPR, communication and leadership skills, how to swim and health and safety guidelines on certain sporting premises.


The Duke of Edinburgh Award

What Is The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award?

It gives all young people an opportunity to play to their non-academic strengths, or to be temporarily free from the endless gravy train of vigorous study, exams, results, and resits.


STEM Subjects

STEM Subjects: Are they really Superior?

STEM subjects typically lead to better job prospects. There’s no way around this; the breadth of practical knowledge students acquire in STEM fields is astounding.


Education

How can Schools be Fundamentaly Improved?

as teachers are voicing their concerns in bigger numbers than ever before, all schools need to do is listen and act. Through that dialogue, improvements can undoubtedly be made.


Technology in Education

How Technology is advancing in Learning environments

We’re all familiar with technological developments in the education sector, but ever more advanced, ground-breaking progress continues to be made.


There are different styles of teaching

The Different Ways People Learn

While some children did indeed find their studies to be worthwhile under a personally tailored regimen, others criticised the lack of diversity.


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