Homeschooling in the UK is rising steadily.
According to a survey conducted by the BBC, 48,000 children were being homeschooled in 2016-17. That’s an increase of over 40% since 2014-15.Read More
The fact that all students have different ways of revising and retaining information means that drawing up revision guidelines that will suit everyone is almost impossible.
However, there are some universal elements that all pupils who care about their exams will take on board and that can be adapted to any subject.Read More
Research undertaken in 2016 found that 83% of parents were planning on offering rewards to their children for doing well in their exams.
The rewards ranged from £100+ in cash to day trips, lavish meals out, family holidays, and new computers. While there certainly seems to be an appetite for rewarding results, does it achieve anything?Read More
Managing the process of studying and attending exams is part of a student’s responsibility and learning these skills is vital for their future success. That said, strong links between schools and parents can ensure that students are supported as they adapt to these new responsibilities.Read More
As parents, supporting your children as they study for their exams is often a difficult tightrope to walk. You want to be supportive, yet you don’t want to interfere. This can mean that you don’t offer the support they need in the run-up to exams.Read More