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5 Key Student Study Habits
By Bethany Spencer on May 4, 2017

Good study habits are important for being a successful learner‭. ‬They help with motivation‭, ‬focus‭, ‬organisation‭, ‬time management‭ ‬and retention‭. ‬Just like learning new skills...

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Parents Guide to Surviving Parents' Evening 
By Bethany Spencer on May 4, 2017

Parents’‭ ‬evening can be a stressful event for teachers and parents alike‭. ‬According to a survey of 2,000‭ ‬school parents in the UK‭, ‬55%‭ ‬felt they came away from parents’‭...

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The Importance of Getting Girls into Tech
By Bethany Spencer on May 4, 2017

We are more connected than ever thanks to the likes of Facebook and Skype‭, ‬and continue to develop digital solutions to streamline our lives‭. ‬Advances in computer technologies have...

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Can Pupils Objectively Judge the Quality of Teaching?
By The Educator on November 28, 2016

This week's Guest Blog is by The Educator. The Educator Blog is a blog specifically for teachers, all our blogs are written by teachers for teachers, we also offer the latest news,...

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Why We Teach About Gender Inequality
By Bethany Spencer on July 7, 2016

The fight for gender equality has come a long way, but we’re not there yet and it’s important we educate our students on this.

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Handling Teacher Abuse in the Classroom
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on March 18, 2016

Teacher abuse is something that we never quite think of or even acknowledge that it actually happens.

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Bringing Attention to Mental Health in Schools
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on March 11, 2016

The importance of recognising mental heath in schools and how students can be supported.

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How Homework Can Contribute Towards Autonomous Learning
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on September 7, 2015

Homework is a form of independent learning that allows students to take hold of the reins of their education.

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What Should You Do After Your GCSE Results?
By Bethany Spencer on August 20, 2015

Today’s the day - results are in, and across the country thousands upon thousands of 16 year olds are receiving the news that they feel may determine the rest of their lives (spoiler...

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5 Outdoors Activity Ideas for Kids
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on August 14, 2015

The summer holidays is the time of the year to enjoy the cool summer breeze and some time under the sun.  Kids look forward to summer more than any other vacations because of the...

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St. Bonaventure Enterprise Day at the Show My Homework HQ
By Bethany Spencer on May 19, 2015

@stbons Alton Mathew-Moghan gives an account of his time at the Show My Homework Enterprise Day!

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10 Reasons Why Homework Doesn’t Work at All
By Naimish Gohil on July 21, 2013

 Regardless of the worth of homework, there are certain situations when homework doesn't work at all which we need to be aware of. 

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The Homework Hype That's Surrounding Flipped Learning
By Naimish Gohil on July 13, 2013

Flipped learning is fast approaching our schools in the UK, but what are your thoughts on the process?

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10 Steps to Setting Effective Homework Tasks
By Naimish Gohil on July 4, 2013

It seems that everyone has an opinion on homework. Just ask educational researchers, teachers, parents and students.

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Ten Top Tips to Get Parents Involved with Homework
By Naimish Gohil on June 14, 2013

How parents handle helping their children with homework, can reinforce that homework is a positive value and that education is important. It can build a stronger bond between the school...

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10 Common Reasons Students Don't Do Their Homework
By Naimish Gohil on June 9, 2013

Remember when you were at school and didn't do your homework? What excuse did you come up with? 

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