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Does Progress 8 help vocational learners?

Progress 8 was launched amid a flurry of educational sector changes; for years, teachers and school management have done battle with all sorts of metrics, and the balance between the focus on grades and what's best for the pupil. There were positive expectations when Progress 8 was introduced ba...

Should students spend less time in the classroom?

It has been a belief of many, for a great deal of time, that more time in the classroom means better grades. However, this is not necessarily true, and there are plenty of examples to show that it is not true. For instance, compare private schools and state schools in the UK; as a whole, private ...

How much freedom do students really have over their subject choices?

As you progress throughout high school, you learn more and more about the type of person you are going to grow up to be. You will discover new things, hidden talents and hopefully realise what you want to do with your life, or at least, what direction you want it to go in. This is why schools let...

How to teach visual learners

There is a popular theory known as the VARK theory, which describes the main ways of learning. The four letters stand for: Visual, Aural, Read/write, and Kinaesthetic sensory. If your child is a visual learner, this will be evident in the fact that he or she becomes frustrated when they do not ha...

5 ways to help teach students with dyslexia

More than 1.2 million children in the UK have dyslexia, a disability which results in difficulty reading and understanding the meaning of the words in front of them. Many children who have dyslexia have said that the words they see do not stay still. Instead, they move around the page, affecting ...