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Education

London Home Tutors provide academic assessment services to tell whether your child is suitable for a selective school

Ad Feature How Do I Know If My Child Is Suitable For A Selective School?

With an increasing number of education options out there, how do you know which direction your child should take? Should you look at selective schools? Should you consider private tutoring to tackle the entrance exams? Mary Lonsdale of London Home Tutors answers some of your most frequently asked questions

The importance of reading with your child

Ad Feature THE IMPORTANCE OF BOOKS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

How important are books in early childhood? What kind of books are best and at what speed should children progress to more difficult reads? Maryanne McGregor guides us through the tricky business of reading with children

Family friendly fun at the Geffrye Museum

FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN AT THE GEFFRYE MUSEUM

Recently shortlisted for the Daily Telegraph Family Friendly Award, the Geffrye Museum has an active education department that welcomes all, as Janice Welch, Senior Learning and Engagement Manager, outlines First things first, how long has the Geffrye Museum run an education department? The Geffrye Museum has been a teaching museum since the 1930s and has […]

Little Angel Theatre launches Creative Learning Centre

LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE’S CREATIVE LEARNING

Here’s why the whole of London (and beyond) should rejoice as the Little Angel Theatre unveils their new Creative Learning Centre

Millfield School: Building an e-safety culture

BUILDING AN E-SAFETY CULTURE

Millfield School’s Deputy Head (Pastoral) talks about the school’s forward-thinking approach to e-safety, managing online risks and informing pupils and parents in order to protect E-safety has been an issue at the forefront of education since the rise of social media about a decade ago.  Over that time the message to pupils, parents and staff […]

HOW TO EXPAND KIDS’ HORIZONS

A group of South West London mums are teaching children how to apply school education to real-life situations, boosting the confidence of young learners and expanding their horizons in the process

Competition in schools: a good or bad thing?

COMPETITION IN SCHOOLS: GOOD OR BAD?

Is winning the be all and end all? Or should schools temper ambitions to be the best? One education expert analyses the pros and cons of competition in schools

Sport: the importance of B & C teams in schools

SPORT: IMPORTANCE OF B & C TEAMS IN SCHOOLS

It’s all about being in the school A team isn’t it? Millfield School’s Director of Sport disagrees

Education and the General Election

WHAT THE ELECTION MEANS FOR EDUCATION

If you haven’t yet decided how to vote as the General Election approaches, here’s a summary of the different parties’ plans for your children’s education

NEW SECONDARY & SIXTH FORM SCHOOL IN ISLINGTON

Schools often focus on one unique selling point, but at North Bridge House Senior School and Sixth Form in Canonbury, it’s impossible to narrow that down to a single stand out aspect. From its Grade II-listed building, formerly the home of Thomas Cromwell (very in thanks to Wolf Hall), through to their refreshing focus on […]

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