How to cope with failing your exams

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No matter what the reason was, it’s never easy to receive your exam results and find out you have failed. Even if you already knew you hadn’t done well, seeing the disappointing grades printed on paper is demoralising at best. However, whether you’ve failed your GCSEs, A-Levels or end of year examinations there is always... Read more »

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How about this for a holiday reading list?

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Getting the children reading is something close to every parent’s heart whether their children go to school or are home educated. And with plenty of time over the holidays, and maybe some long journeys to undertake, now is perhaps a good time to encourage it. Not forgetting that whilst you’re lying on the beach, on... Read more »

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The educational benefits of music

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The great philosopher Aristotle once proclaimed that music has the power of forming the character and should therefore be introduced into the education of the young. However, many teachers and parents are put off by the expense and amount of time required for musical progression. A recent report by the Royal School of Music revealed... Read more »

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