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A Guide on How to Avoid Bullying at Schools in the UK

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." -Mahatma Ghandi If Gandhi, the most peaceful man on the planet, dealt with bullies, we are also bound to deal with the harmful threats of others. Whether it is out of jealously, from their feelings of insignificance, or how […]

16 November 20217 minutes to read

Younger students are usually happier to get to work than older students

School Material: What do I Need and Where to Get It?

Compared to last year, this school year has gotten off to a rather good start. In fact, it felt more like the start of school years past than one getting underway amid a pandemic that continues to rage despite vaccinations and all the other precautions taken. Most disquieting was the recent news that mere weeks […]

30 September 20217 minutes to read

Goals for the Beginning of the School Year

So, here we are, back in school, coronavirus and delta variants notwithstanding and with or without masks. Is this like any other school year? One where you enter the hallowed halls of academia full of excitement, curiosity and hope that this will be your best year yet? We certainly wish that for you. Or are […]

20 September 20217 minutes to read

How do you become a school counsellor?

Becoming a School Counsellor

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” - Malala Yousafzai Are you thinking about becoming a school psychologist or counsellor once you’ve finished school? With hundreds of students’ mental wellbeing at stake in each school, school counselling is hugely important. Whether it’s at primary school, secondary school, or college, school […]

28 May 20216 minutes to read

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What Is Happening With the GCSEs and A Levels in 2021?

Whether you're a teacher or a tutor, a GCSE or A-Level candidate or the parents of such a student, you've likely been driving your search engine mad with all of the questions you've been launching about exams. Nobody could blame you; these times and that topic demand rapid answers. In the space of one year, […]

16 May 20217 minutes to read

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Why Choose Music at School?

"Music is the soundtrack of your life." -Dick Clark Do you have a love for music? Do you listen to your favourite artists on repeat over and over again? Does your passion for music transform a wrong moment into a good one? If so, you're like millions of people around the world who believe that […]

7 February 20217 minutes to read

Give your future a boost with Business Studies

A Guide to Studying Business Studies

Anyone who has anything to do with education - academics, administrators, parents, and students all ponder the wisdom of expecting students to know what they want to do for the rest of their life when they are hardly more than children. To wit, when you choose your GCSE subjects, you have practically no real-world experience […]

29 January 20217 minutes to read

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GCSE Exam Resits

"Don't stop until you're proud."  -Unknown "Don't give up." "Keep trying." "You're almost there." The positive reinforcement we receive from our educators helps us realise that giving up and dropping out of school is not an option if we want to be successful citizens. Teachers recognise the potential of their pupils and are aware that […]

19 November 20207 minutes to read

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World Science Day – November 10

"Science is simply the word we use to describe a method of organising our curiousity." -Tim Minchin Curious minds lead to innovative inventions. A feeding of that curiosity for today's youths is necessary to continue making the world a better place for years to come. The UK, and practically all countries around the globe, need […]

19 November 20207 minutes to read

Are your kids ready to head back into the classrom?

Back to School 2020

By any measure, the second decade of the 21st Century has been full of trials: extreme weather events and political upheaval, a slow economic recovery after a debilitating downturn and social media-driven protest movements. However, only nine months into 2020, we’ve lived with a deadly pandemic and murder wasps, heatwaves and hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis; […]

25 September 20206 minutes to read