Helping our learners focus in a distracting world

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It’s a distracting world – more than ever before. It’s almost impossible not to lose focus and flitter round these digital distractions like butterflies. This creates the danger of de-skilling us from the ability to concentrate for longer periods. No wonder kids can’t focus on their learning; the distractions are very seductive. Therefore it’s necessary... Read more »

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Dyslexia and the cuts to SEN funding

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Most parents are probably aware of the cuts that the government continues to make to funding across all services, education being among them. The most noticeable effects of these will be felt across Special Educational Needs. Many teachers and parents now feel that there is a serious crisis confronting those children who may need extra... Read more »

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What are T Levels?

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The government is developing a new set of qualifications as an alternative choice, post sixteen, for those who do not want to choose the more academic route of A Levels. The new qualifications; T Levels, have been designed to replace the random assortment of vocational and technical qualifications already on offer to those who want... Read more »

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Twins and their education

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There have been many fascinating studies over the years into the subject of twins. Anyone who’s had a personal connection with raising twins couldn’t help but notice their unique relationship, they way they sometimes appear to communicate and empathise with each other in an exclusive way. How they bounce ideas off each other. And gain... Read more »

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