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10 ways parents can help their child revise

Exams can be a stressful time for both students and parents.

Emotions run high, and the uncertainty of exam performance looms large. Keen not to say

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Do students revise differently nearer to their exams?

Not all revision strategies are equal. Some have been proven to be helpful, whereas others have been found to add very little to students’ learning.

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IQ or motivation: which matters most at school?

How important are both IQ and motivation for students’ success at school? This question is fundamental to helping our students fulfil their potential

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Psychological safety in the classroom

Many teachers are often left wondering whether they have wasted their time when, at the end of the lessons, “any questions?” is met with a room of

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The impact of mobile phones on grades

We live in an age in which technology is becoming more and more dominant. A recent study has suggested that students check their phone on average

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The most powerful sentence a parent can say

The sentences parents deliver to their children often have more of an impact than they realise. But choosing a good sentence to say, particularly

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Developing metacognition in science class

Metacognition works best when it is taught and applied within a specific subject. That is because what may be an effective strategy in one lesson may

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6 ways to improve metacognition in primary schools

Metacognition refers to a student’s ability to show awareness, reflect and direct their thought process effectively towards their learning. As the

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