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Choose Your Friends Wisely

Now that it’s common for people to spend more time socialising on their phone than they do in person, it is interesting to think about the role and

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How Team GB Wins Medals (and what schools can learn from this)

How do Team GB win so many gold medals? Are we blessed with a genetically gifted generation that are predisposed to sporting success, the likes of

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The Challenges of Linear Exams

Most subjects are now graded through linear instead of modular exams. This means less coursework and small tests over the course of a year or two,

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How Helpful is Homework?

How much of an impact does homework really have? Is more always better? Is it better to do it alone or with the help of a parent? And does it have

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The Psychology of Winning Fantasy Football: a sport psychologist's guide

Over 5 million people regularly play fantasy football. But what separates the best from the rest? Clearly, football knowledge helps, but arguably

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How To Start The New School Year right

It’s the start of the school year. Which means memories of hot temperatures, England’s World Cup run, and Love Island romances have started to fade.

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Developing independent students

Why do some students start the school year with good intentions of working hard at it, but sometimes fail to translate that into long term behaviour

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The Problem with PowerPoints

It is almost frightening to think how many hours are spent adding animations to PowerPoints. These, done with the aim of making the lesson more fun

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