Here you can find a list of free and low-cost resources to help students develop their English skills at home. This list has been put together by Sophie, a qualified English teacher and Owl Tutor.
Sophie March, 2020
Having chosen the topic of your History IA, designed your question and researched your IA, the next step will be to write Section 2. This should be done before attempting Section 1 and, in this blog, Anna outlines what is expected.
Having written Section 2 of your History IA, you should then go back and write Section 1, in which you are required to identify and evaluate two of the most relevant sources used in your investigation. In this blog, Anna will walk you through the necessary steps to help you gain full marks for this section.
Anna March, 2020
In this blog, Lulu outlines simple ways to build a routine at home whilst your children's schools are closed. Do you have a timetable? Do you need resources? Find all you need to know here!
Mrs Lincoln March, 2020
In this blog, Michael sets out strategies and resources to make home learning a successful experience for your child. The advice given here can be combined with online tuition to keep your child engaged and in good spirits while schools are closed.
Mike March, 2020
A-Level, GCSE and IB exams set to take place in Spring/Summer 2020 have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus. In this blog, Jen sets out why all is not lost for affected students, who are understandably disappointed.
Jennifer March, 2020
In this blog, Geography tutor Tim offers some great advice and free resources to any Geography students who will be continuing their GCSE or A-Level studies at home. Sticking to a routine and following the syllabus will keep you on track!
Tim March, 2020
In this blog, Tolly suggests some excellent learning resources for students who are working towards their Maths A-Level whilst studying at home.
Tolly March, 2020