Archive from: March, 2018

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A day in the life of an online student

It’s 6.30am, and the alarm is going off. Wake up, shower, pack lunch and school books, find bus money, run out of the door, run back in the door to pick up that forgotten PE kit, just make the bus, sit on the bus, walk to school, make it just

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How can an online school support parents who home educate their children?

This blog considers:

  • Homeschooling is growing in the UK
  • Why do parents homeschool?
  • How does homeschooling work?
  • How online schooling can support homeschooling

Homeschooling is on the rise

The numbers of children who are educated at home in the UK

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You asked- we listened

We really value feedback from our parents, and aim to act upon all of your suggestions to make sure that we are doing all we can to support you and your child in their education. Here are several of the comments, questions, and ideas from you, and what we have

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Revision Masterclass- here are our 25 top tips for making revision easy

Revising for upcoming exams can seem daunting. However, it is very doable if you get organised, relax, and get the job done. We’ve put together a long list of tips for revising for exams, so that you can pick techniques that work for you, to achieve your best in the

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Disruption free learning

Rising class sizes

Cuts to school spending budgets in all regions of England in the last few years have forced schools to increase class sizes, reaching the highest numbers of students for a decade. Classes in the UK are some of the biggest in the developed world. Schools in Yorkshire

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