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Connecting with Learning

Connecting with Learning

by Susannah, 16 Feb 2021

In schools we rush learners from one subject to the next, from one task to the next and from one topic to the next. How much learning actually happens?


What We're Learning Today - Thursday 21st January

What We're Learning Today - Thursday 21st January

by Susannah, 21 Jan 2021

Activities for secondary-age learners during the National Lockdown. English literature, French and physics are on the menu today!


French GCSE - Aiming High in 2021

French GCSE - Aiming High in 2021

by Susannah, 18 Dec 2020

GCSE French, done properly, is not easy. For those who want to achieve the highest grades, move towards fluency and prepare for A level, it is a challenge - it relies on memory, practice, engagement and organisation. This flexible GCSE course is for those aiming for at least a grade 7 in 2022. Together we can climb that mountain!


French GCSE - Aiming High - Please Note Change of Timing

French GCSE - Aiming High - Please Note Change of Timing

by Susannah, 21 Sep 2020

Introducing a new GCSE course for those who are aiming for higher grades in French. Together we can climb that mountain!


Suddenly Schooling at Home

Suddenly Schooling at Home

by Susannah, 20 Apr 2020

Millions of parents around the globe have had to rise to the challenge of supporting their children learning at home during the current pandemic. If you’re doubting your ability to succeed in this, please don’t! You were your child’s first teacher - teaching them how to walk, talk, eat and stay safe.


Periodic Table Challenge

Periodic Table Challenge

by Susannah, 18 Jun 2019

A fun way of exploring the periodic table and linguistics. Can you face the creativity challenge?


Evidence-Based Exam Preparation

Evidence-Based Exam Preparation

by Susannah White, 29 Apr 2019

As an educator, I am not keen on revision. If a subject has been properly taught, understood and engaged with, revision should be minimal. I do believe, however, in the importance of good quality exam preparation. What does the science of learning tell us about how to approach this?


Preparing through Play - the Key Stage 1 SATs

Preparing through Play - the Key Stage 1 SATs

by Susannah, 24 Apr 2018

Whether we agree with them or not, the Key Stage 1 SATs are nearly here. How can you help your little one to prepare through play?


Key Stage 2 SATs Preparation

Key Stage 2 SATs Preparation

by Susannah White, 12 Sep 2017

Individualised lessons to help children approach the KS2 SATS with confidence.


Reading - the Gateway to Autonomous Learning

Reading - the Gateway to Autonomous Learning

by Susannah White, 23 Feb 2017

Supporting your child as they learn to read must be one of the most exciting and fulfilling journeys a parent can ever take. It's a skill your child will cherish forever and use every day of their lives.


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