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Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018

The Times and the Sunday Times published their combined Good University Guide 2018 at the end of last month. Cambridge and Oxford once more filled the top two spots, with Cambridge …

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What do budget cuts mean for pupils and teachers?

Last month, Education Secretary Justine Greening confirmed details of the National Funding Formula for schools and repeated a pledge to allocate schools an additional £1.3bn …

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How important is arts education in secondary schools?

According to a report by the Education Policy Institute (EPI), the proportion of pupils taking arts subjects such as Fine Art, Drama and Music have …

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How is 21st-century education different from the schooling of our childhood?

Whether you’re an education professional or a parent of children currently working their way through the Schooling education system, you’ve probably noticed some differences between …

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How can we support pupils to have better mental health?

A recent survey by NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, found that many schools are struggling to cope with an increase in Student …

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Are energy drinks affecting your kids’ performance at school?

There has been an increasing number of calls on the government over recent weeks to ban the sale of energy drinks to children. This week, …

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How do I help my pre-school child begin the reading process?

It’s never too early to begin reading with your child in PreSchool. Overwhelming research shows that nurturing a love of books and reading from an …

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Is your child appropriately challenged in school?

We have previously examined some of the warning signs that could indicate your child is struggling to keep up at school. However, all children are …

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Maths Classes – Concentrating Before Lunchtime

Maths classes should be held in the morning because pupils are better at concentrating before lunch time, a study has found. Meanwhile, youngsters will improve …

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