Wednesday 1st November 2017
All teachers know one of the hardest things about teaching is the disruptive pupils who disrupt your lessons and distract your other pupils. However, using disciplinary and punishing techniques isn’t working well within our classrooms and is not helping support these pupils that are more challenging. It is clear that a new form of behaviour management and a new perspective on how we view and approach the behaviour of these pupils needs to be in place.
Friday 27th October 2017
As a modern teacher, you’ll by now be bored of the old, traditional methods of teaching, and will constantly be on the lookout for the newest and best ideas.
Wednesday 25th October 2017
Online learning platforms are the new modern and fun way to teach children by getting them engaged in learning and they are taking over our classrooms!
Friday 20th October 2017
It is agreed that children have a right to be educated from a young age. Investing in an education is the smartest thing to do for various reasons, as it allows people to enhance their development by providing them with life skills that prevent poverty and increase their health and well-being.
Wednesday 18th October 2017
Are you trying to decide what the best school will be to help your child achieve a bright future? Here is some information to give you a clearer insight on grammar schools and what they entail.
Friday 13th October 2017
Private tutors are the first thing that springs to mind when you consider how to help your child achieve at school, get extra coaching in a particular subject, or pass their entrance exam.
Wedesday 11th October 2017
Pupils and parents are crippled with stress when it comes to the 11 plus entrance exams. Here are some hints and tips on how to reduce stress and relax when the time comes for preparing for the exam.
Monday 9th October 2017
The North London Girls' Schools Consortium has recently decided to do away with their current subject-specific entrance exams, instead opting for cognitive ability tests, which are harder to prepare for. The idea behind this is to make the entrance process fairer and give children who can't afford tutoring the opportunity to show their academic ability.