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How to help students settle into the new school year

The beginning of the school year can be a difficult time for students. Evidence suggests that the stress may lead to an initial reduction in grades

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What we can Learn From Chess Grandmasters

The Chess World Cup is on in September. Becoming a ‘grandmaster’ is one of the greatest titles that a chess player can be awarded. So, what separates

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6 Ways That Failure Can Help

Can setbacks ever be a good thing? Sir Winston Churchill noted that that “failure is not fatal” - but for many students, mistakes are equated to

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Five Tips to Help Students on Results Day

Results day will soon be upon us. For many students across the country, it will mark the end of one journey and the start of a new one. Most will

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What To Think About Before a Match

Good preparation for a big event starts the night before.

With the final of the Women's Euros this Sunday, we've been asking 'what should athletes be

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How to Maintain Good Summer Habits

The summer holidays are some of the best months of the year for children. This can be heavily contrasted with the first few weeks back at school.

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6 Ways to Develop a Winning Team Culture

The women's Euros kicked off on Sunday, and we're all excited to see how well England will perform. They're up against strong competition - out of

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Why Are New Zealand so good at rugby? And how to apply their winning culture to schools

In 2011 New Zealand ended a long wait to win the Rugby World Cup. The New Zealand team is often favourite to win each world cup, but often fails to

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