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Exam stress? Help your teen

Helpful advice on exam stress from Parentchannel.tv.

 

Key Stage 2 SATs Overview

If your child is in year 6, you may be aware that this summer term they will be taking their End of Key Stage Tests and Assessments (often referred to as SAT’s). These are compulsory national tests which reflect the National Curriculum for English and Maths. From the summer of 2016, the tests became more rigorous and the government introduced a new marking and grading scheme. Our teacher, Ms Latham, is here to help de-mystify SATs. Continue reading “Key Stage 2 SATs Overview”

Key Stage 1 SATs Overview

If your child is in year 2, you may be aware that in May they’ll be taking their End of Key Stage Tests and Assessments (often referred to as SAT’s). These are compulsory national tests which reflect the National Curriculum for English and Maths. Our teacher, Ms Latham helps parents de-mystify SATs. Continue reading “Key Stage 1 SATs Overview”

It’s British Science Week!

Here’s 4 ways to get your kids involved 

Let’s celebrate science, technology engineering and maths (STEM) from the 10-19 March! The British Science Association is coordinating hundreds of events across the UK with activities, competitions and ways for you to get involved. Continue reading “It’s British Science Week!”

Educate your child about money: 3. Bring maths into everyday learning!

This is the third and final article of our ‘Educate your child about money’ series from our maths teacher, Mr Lambert. Read his advice about making smart financial choices during shopping and have fun lerning! Continue reading “Educate your child about money: 3. Bring maths into everyday learning!”

Educate your child about money: 2. shopping

This is the second of our series of 3 articles on how to teach your kids to be money-savvy. The author is Mr Lambert, our maths teacher. Now read his article about shopping! Continue reading “Educate your child about money: 2. shopping”

Educate your child about money: 1. saving & spending

We’ll post a series of 3 articles from our maths teacher, Mr Lambert who suggests top tips to help teach your kids to be money-savvy. The first post is about saving and spending. Let’s get started! Continue reading “Educate your child about money: 1. saving & spending”

Our maths teacher, Mr Lambert recommends

Learning great money management habits at an early age can have a profound impact on your child`s life. The financial lessons that they learn today will last well into adulthood and will go a long way towards shaping their tomorrow. Continue reading “Our maths teacher, Mr Lambert recommends”

GCSE Changes Explained – Science

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