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Graham, former head of the American International School of Rotterdam, throws a little insight into the complex but rewarding process of applying to university, ‘over the pond’.
Graham May, 2022
Georgina is an English specialist with many years of teaching experence as a Head of English and examiner for the English Language and Literature GCSEs. In this blog, Georgina sets out her top tips for persuading a reluctant teenager to read.
Georgina March, 2022
In this blog, Lawrence explores some of the pros and cons of small group versus individual tuition. As a qualified teacher, Lawrence has experience of large secondary school classes as well as private small groups and 1:1 tuition. He reflects on the impacts that class size can have on pupil progress.
Lawrence June, 2021
In this blog, Jonathan - a teacher who has taught special educational needs classes in schools and professionally tutored students with autism, dyslexia and attention deficit disorder - breaks down five of the most common special educational needs found in UK schools and provides some advice for teaching those who have SEN.
Jonathan May, 2021