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On World Mental Health Day We Ask: What Can Schools Do To Help Children Settle In?
Why it’s Important for Your Child to Write Stories
How to Prevent Sporting Injuries at School
How I got Into Law
Communication Between Schools And Parents: Why is it Important And How is it Changing?
Roedean Forms Roedean Group of Schools And Welcomes New Additions
Ten-year-old Achieves Amazing A Grade in Maths GCSE
2 months ago
2 months ago
How did the independent schools do after a turbulent year of reforms?
As pupils gear up to collect their GCSE results on 24 August, here's everything you need to know about the new scale of grades
Ten things you need to know about this year's results plus news from independent schools
3 months ago
Which is best in these testing times?
A spirited plea to parents to look beyond the statistics when assessing a school from head Shaun Fenton
As students across the country celebrate their IB results, we take a closer look at the international diploma
5 months ago
Andrew Halls and Dr Nihara Krause are on hand to ease the pressure
Resits are the best way to assure your child gets onto the course of their choice – before it’s too late, says Fiona Jerome
Cyrus Afkhami, founder of My Tutor Club, explains how revising the right way can be the key to success
Balancing the books can be tricky during exam season, but pupils will reap the rewards in and outside of the classroom if they get it right
Time to put your maths, English, science and history to the test
6 months ago
Teachers start earlier than you think...
Examinations are milestones, but more options help pupils to choose the system which suits them
7 months ago
What is setting and is it a good idea?
Two school heads debate the value of non-verbal reasoning tests for ten-year-olds
8 months ago
The head of Charterhouse offers a guide
9 months ago
To re-sit or not to re-sit? Victoria Lambert advises on what to do if your child doesn't make their GCSE grades