George Moss, Author at Homeschooling

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!


Scheduling Wider Reading Around Literature Studies

Remember, your time is valuable, and wider reading is extra, if enjoyable, work. Keep that in mind as you proceed, and be picky with your reading.


Talking Tolkien: Why The New Amazon Series Is On Shaky Ground

Amazon are resorting to making up their own characters, plots, and events – a rash move that will likely doom the show for ardent fans of the source material.

Bad Grades

How To Deal With Bad Grades

With the right perspective, it may be that you can turn things around sooner than you might think.


The Importance Of Sub-genres

Sub-genres are an absolute blessing! Here’s just three reasons why they are so important…

Outdoor Education

Could Outdoor Education Be Lost Forever?

Despite all the rules and regulations being under constant review, it would be safe to assume that school trips are off the cards until mid-late 2021 at the earliest.


The Importance Of Extracurriculars

Here’s a list of the ways extracurricular activities that can positively impact your life…


The Values Of Volunteering

With volunteering, you have nothing to lose and plenty to gain.


Literature’s Best Film and TV Adaptations

Here are 5 screen adaptations (not including Harry Potter) that we consider to be among the best!


Perfect Books for Summer Reading

The benefits of a good book have never been more important.


Should Ofsted be Abolished?

School staff aren’t the only ones to flag up their concerns. Parents have been vocal about their own issues with Ofsted, stating that they do not get the proper assurances they need about the quality of education their children are receiving.