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The surprising truth about passion

There is a universal view that we put more effort into a task or venture when we are passionate about it. However, recent research has suggested that

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Do smaller class sizes make a difference?

Ask parents and they will almost certainly say that they would prefer their child to go to a school that has smaller class sizes. Intuitively, it

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Does chewing gum really improve concentration and learning?

The need to succeed in exams and be able to concentrate for long periods of time to increase learning has driven many students to look for left-field

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How (not) to praise your child

Did you know that what you praise your child for and how you do it can have huge implications for how they think, feel and behave in the future?

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Are school uniforms actually a good idea?

82% of state schools in the UK specify that their students must wear a school uniform.

However, despite this large majority, the debate as to whether

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Growth mindset and the stress hormone

Growth mindset is one of the most talked about phrases in education, and something that teachers up and down the country are trying to develop in

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Should teachers greet students at the door?

There has been a growing trend of viral videos that show the inventive and unique ways teachers greet their students at the door before starting

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How to encourage girls to study STEM subjects

Are we facing a national shortage of girls studying STEM subjects? As of last year, only 22% of A level physics entries comprised of girls, with this

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