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NEW! Assessments help guide your child’s learning journey

Today is an exciting milestone for us on our quest to help improve each individual child’s grades and our mission to become the most trusted partner for parents with the biggest impact on their child’s education. Continue reading “NEW! Assessments help guide your child’s learning journey”

EdPlace wins ‘Website of the Year 2016’ Award

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Addressing the urgent need for affordable tuition

* Article written by Will Paterson – Founder & CEO, EdPlace *

The Sutton Trust recently published its report on private tuition and social mobility in the UK. It’s by far the most comprehensive and insightful report of its kind and highlights a critical social equality issue: private tuition use is increasing the attainment gap (the achievement gap between higher and lower incomes) because only those with means can afford it. Continue reading “Addressing the urgent need for affordable tuition”

Not everyone is using a private tutor

15% of parents claim to have used private tuition in the last 12 months, but not all are using a traditional ‘at-home’ private tutor.

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Dear Teachers, Thanks for Teaching Us

 

DSC02070-3Here at EdPlace, we recognise what an important part parents and carers play in their children’s education. Continue reading “Dear Teachers, Thanks for Teaching Us”

Celebrate World Teachers’ Day with EdPlace

World Teachers’ Day has been held annually on 5th of October since 1994 and celebrates the essential role of teachers in providing quality education at all levels.

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Survey results in- we asked, you responded

And the winner of £150 John Lewis Vouchers is…… Continue reading “Survey results in- we asked, you responded”

The Ofsted Report: is your child being challenged enough?

In recent news, Ofsted has stated that brighter students are being “systematically failed” by non-selective secondary schools in England. As a parent you are keen for your child to do well and reach their full potential, but what is the best way to go about that? Is it best to leave it to the school? Or would your child benefit from you becoming more involved in their learning? Continue reading “The Ofsted Report: is your child being challenged enough?”

Article Two – Sunday Times Top Primary Schools

Yesterday, we posted a blog after the Sunday Times published their list of the top 400 state and primary schools. To view the full list, subscribe to The Times by following this link: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/Parent_Power/

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