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”
Helpful advice on exam stress from Parentchannel.tv.
Thanks to our brilliant parents and their brilliant ideas, we’ve created some fun and fantastic certificates for you to use at home.
Alongside our badges and rewards, here’s a great way to showcase your child’s achievements – print, share, save, send and hang up on your refrigerator!
Keep your child motivated with a bit of encouragement and recognition. It’s a great way to keep them engaged in their learning!
EdPlace worked with the marketing students at Oxford Brookes University currently taking the Marketing Communications Campaign course. The students’ assignment was to develop a marketing communications campaign to help promote EdPlace to parents during the revision period.
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”
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”
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!”