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Tips for Choosing a London Tutor

It has never been easier to find a private tutor. Recent research reported in The Guardian recorded a 33% increase in the amount of students signing up nationwide for support with school or passing specific entry tests. It appears that London tutors are particularly numerous, as more than 40%, or roughly one in two children […]

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The London Curriculum

Boris Johnson, launched a new supplementary curriculum exclusively for KS3 use in London schools in 2015 as part of an ongoing drive to raise attainment across the capital. The London Curriculum aims to use the capital city as context for learning, helping young Londoners to better understand and engage with their city, whilst also supporting […]

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Kings Tutors- Kensington and Chelsea area

The application process for independent schools in London is tough, and increasingly competitive. This makes it more important than ever to make sure that you have all the information you need to ensure your child is able to perform to the best of their ability in the examinations. For many children, the 7 or 11+ […]

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How to help your child tell the time

Learning to tell the time is a complex and difficult task for young children however, it is an important skill that they all manage to master. It is a significant hurdle in any child’s development and while teaching children to tell the time has a reputation of being a challenging endeavor, preparing a child to […]

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10 Facts About Coffee for International Coffee Day!

29th September is International Coffee Day, and to celebrate we’ve rounded up some fun facts about one of the world’s most popular drinks… Shepherds discovered coffee in Ethiopia circa 800 A.D. According to legend, Ethiopian shepherds first realized the caffeinating effects of coffee when they noticed their goats started “dancing” after eating coffee berries. Coffee […]

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Globalisation in education

Globalisation is a much debated topic, as it affects nearly every aspect of our lives. For the past 50 years, it has been increasingly changing the way in which education is understood around the world, as international mobility and the number of expats worldwide have been on the rise. Ever more institutions and schooling systems […]

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Time for a new vision of revision?

Revision. The big “R word”; the worst “R word”. The one that parents and pupils alike dread, and schools will do anything to make more interesting. There are the usual techniques for lasting learning: cue cards, word patterns and the mythical “put it under your pillow and something might happen overnight” option. But for some […]

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