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Should we document our children’s lives on social media?

In 2011 Mark Zuckerberg stated that, at some point, the minimum 13 year age rule would be lowered. 55% of parents of 12-year-olds said their child was on Facebook and 76% said they helped them gain access. Why parents help their children lie to Facebook about ageWhilst, at the time, he came unde...

Exam results – are they an accurate measure of achievement?

The subject of whether or not exam results are an accurate measure of achievement is one that has found itself in the headlines quite frequently over the past couple of years. There are many voices on either side of the debate - all seemingly promoting logical yet diametrically opposing views. So...

5 simple strategies…for communicating effectively in the classroom

Communicating effectively is an essential skill for teachers and a cornerstone of any classroom. Clear and concise communication is even more important in the modern school system as classes may be larger than in previous years, and ESOL and SEND students in mainstream education must be given eve...

Supporting ESOL students in the classroom

Throughout UK schools, there are more than 300 languages spoken as a first language. While proportionally ESOL students account for just under 7% of pupils, in inner cities this percentage can often be as high as 75%, as is seen in various schools in London. The post Supporting ESOL students in t...

How can you help prepare students for university life?

For many students, university life can be an experience that is both exciting and terrifying, as many young people find themselves completely unprepared for this new step in their education, both in terms of the learning style and the way of life. Often, going to university is the first time that...