Study leave has started – or is about to start – for A level and GCSE students across the UK.
Study leave can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you’ve got time away from the
We have a range of summer courses during August for current Year 10, 11 and 12 students to help consolidate existing knowledge and ensure they are well prepared for the challenges of the next academic year.
Summer School courses are
The prospect of exams – and work to be done – can be an overwhelming thought for students, which can lead to feelings of hopelessness or apathy about revising for their exams. When talking to our customers, we often get
We are seeing a surge in demand for our courses in May, particularly for GCSE students. While we believe this is partly due to students needing more help with the reformed exams this year, here are the most common reasons
With the key revision period of the Easter holidays nearly over, lots of students still have significant chunks of the syllabus to revise and are starting to worry that they won’t have enough time to prepare fully for their GCSE
Have you read Barnaby Lenon’s highly controversial blog article yet? Whilst many students and experts have branded his comments regarding Easter Revision as “traditionalist nonsense” and “unrealistic”, others such as Natasha, now in her final year at Queen Mary University
According to the Council for Independent Education, “this year is seeing a surge in demand for GCSE Easter Revision courses.” So why are Easter courses so popular and what should you consider in deciding whether an Easter Revision Course is
It’s well known that regular exercise boosts brain health, and a fit brain is generally able to learn, think and remember better. However, during GCSE/ A Level exam season, many students abandon regular exercise or choose other ways of unwinding
Exam revision can be a tricky subject for parents to raise with their children ahead of their GCSEs and A-levels. Some may feel their youngsters don’t do enough but don’t know how to tackle the situation.
Anxiety over how and
Subject Decisions for Career Choices
While the pressure on students aged 16-18 to make career decisions has never been greater, new research undertaken by Justin Craig has revealed that most of us aren’t in the jobs we thought we wanted to