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How to master maths exams

So you’ve worked hard all year and finally, the chance has come to show off your newly gained mathematical genius! Right? Ummm, well… chances are you’re feeling pretty nervous. Never fear though, we at EdPlace have compiled a top list... Continue Reading →

Science revision tips for KS2

Own revision and exam period with these quick Science revision tips and ideas from EdPlace teacher, Mr Julian - we're here to help you succeed!   Mr Julian, Science teacher     Having trouble getting those pesky body organs and... Continue Reading →

EdPlace revision tips

Here are two words that don’t seem to have much to do with each other: REVISION and FUN.  Well, the closer you can get these two words to each other, the more you’ll enjoy preparing for your exams and the... Continue Reading →

EdPlace #ReviseandShine Ts & Cs

EdPlace Revise and Shine competition EdPlace competition “Revise and Shine story competition” (the “Competition”) These are the terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) that govern the relationship between you, the entrant (“you”, “your(s)”) and EdPlace Limited whose registered office is... Continue Reading →

What are regular and irregular shapes?

What are regular and irregular shapes? The definition of a regular shape is that all the sides are equal and all the inside angles are equal. An irregular shape doesn’t have equal sides or equal angles. For example, an equilateral... Continue Reading →

What are Prefixes in KS2?

What are Prefixes? A prefix, put simply, is a letter or a group of letters added to the front of a root word to change the meaning of the word. They are not words in their own right, you cannot... Continue Reading →

Why does the Moon change shape?

Why does the Moon change shape? The Moon appears changes shape according to how much of it you can see (as long as it’s not cloudy!) and that depends on how much of the bit you can see is facing... Continue Reading →

What are Embedded Clauses?

What are embedded clauses? Clauses are groups of words that contain a subject and a verb. A main clause contains the idea or action. Josh walked home slowly   A subordinate clause contains another idea or action linked to the... Continue Reading →

What are reflex angles?

What are Reflex Angles? A reflex angle is the larger angle, it’s always more than 180° (half a circle) but less than 360°  (A full circle). It’s possibly the most confusing of the angles because it’s always on the outside.... Continue Reading →

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