Tag: students

Tag: students

How Social Segregation and Social Mobility Affects Outcomes

One of the most significant issues that affects outcomes is the way students live; the top 10% of citizens own more than half of the country’s wealth, and the gap between them and the most impoverished families is growing at an alarming rate. The Social Mobility Commission came into force

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STEM Opportunities for School Students in 2020/2021

If you are a student, parent or teacher interested in finding opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM), then you may have concluded that there is little point in looking until the pandemic is under control. However, you may be pleased to learn that despite the new restrictions on

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Why Improving Vocabulary Improves Lives

It is well understood that a child that has a well-developed vocabulary often finds it easier to read and write with fluency but did you know that it also has links to improved confidence and wellbeing? In fact, so significant is a good vocabulary that teachers are being prompted to

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How Important Is Feedback To Achieving Learning Goals?

Students all over the world complete educational tasks in both classrooms and away from school. Their reason for doing so is because the work was set by their teacher so that they could show their understanding and find out how well they have done. This feedback is essential in the

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GCSE Students

Revision Tips and Techniques for GCSE Students

  GCSE Students, as well as other students, will know that it’s no news that schools assess students with exams. They do this to test their knowledge. To determine if they’ve learnt and assimilated lessons over the course of study or semester. And these exams can be easy if one

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5 Ways To Start 2018 Secondary

5 Ways To Start 2018 for Secondary Students

The holidays are fabulous. You get to have fun with family, go on exciting and enlightening adventures and most importantly take a break from school work. But as expected, for most secondary students, after the long holiday, starting a new term can be a bit challenging. Your mind will still

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