English comprehension is a key test of English skills in exams and tests. It is required to pass the 11+, 13+, GCSE, IGCSE, IB and A-level English Language. So what are the key skills being tested and how can your child score high points
Now school has (mostly) returned more and more of our students report that they will be doing tests or mocks this term. These will be important as they will give teachers an understanding of pupils’ current levels after months of education disruption. I
Congratulations – you are going to university! Your A levels are finished, UCAS is behind you and you’re off to university. Starting university should be exciting and fun, but it can also be a bit scary. Here are 5 tips to help you settle in: 1) You
As we all know, the GCSE and A Level Exams 2020 are very different because of the impact of coronavirus on education, the closure of schools and the cancellation of exams. This left many students nervous about the process and concerned that they may
How to help your child settle back to school It looks like everyone will be back to school in September, albeit in some places part time, and local lockdowns permitting. We all are breathing a collective sigh of relief, but now we must face
Online tuition is a different approach but it certainly isn’t second best and done well, with a skilled online tutor, it can achieve excellent results.
So, just when you thought your first A-level History year was over and you could relax before tackling next year, you have to think about your history coursework. This will be the non-exam assessment (NEA) or Historical Investigation. It can cause a lot of
Half an hour of blessed relief! I don’t know about you, but after 6 weeks of “home school” I am just about to ready give up! Not only am I ready, I WANT to! I am the mother of a 7 year old (but