GCSE Humanities: a great all-rounder

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If you enjoy History, Geography and Religious Education but your timetable won’t allow you to study them all at GSCE, you may like to consider GCSE Humanities as an option which combines key elements of all three subjects. If your school offers it, it could be a good option for you. What will I study... Read more »

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A history of argument

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History remains a very popular subject at GCSE – over a third of students took it in 2013, some 260,000 of them. It stays in the top ten of chosen subjects, perhaps because it is one of the compulsory national curriculum subjects at Key Stage 3, and so it’s a logical progression to take it... Read more »

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What to expect from GCSE Engineering

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GCSE Engineering is a practical subject perfect for students who prefer a more hands-on approach to learning. This vocational GCSE will provide you with a taste of the real working world as well as an opportunity to explore the engineering sector, so you can figure out whether it’s right for you. If you are eager to... Read more »

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6 Great Websites That Will Give Your Children New Skills

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Parents are always looking for opportunities to broaden the minds of their children by introducing them to new and stimulating ideas and skills. One particularly amazing source of knowledge, ideas and learning, where your children can pick up new skills and hone their existing strengths, is… The internet. However broad and impenetrable it may appear for its novice users, the... Read more »

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