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GCSE Advice for Year 10

by Anita Naik

With lockdown finally easing, comes the inevitable stress of what next for those doing GCSEs in 2021. If you're in year 10 and worried about catching up, plans are afoot but here's what can help.

Talk to your school before the summer break

Year 10 teachers and your school will know the pressure yo...

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Top 10 benefits of online tutoring

by Anita Naik

As remote learning transforms the way students study and learn, online tutoring is proving to be the extra element students need. Aside from providing additional skills students require from live explanations to filling knowledge gaps, for many, it's a break from remote assignments. With the governm...

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Can Diabetes Affect a Student’s Academic Performance?

by Cassidy Welling

Around 34.2 million Americans are battling diabetes, while a further 88 million are at a pre-diabetic stage. As is the case with many chronic diseases, symptoms can extend to cognitive performance, with RESEARCH BY MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS showing that students with Type 1 diabetes can have a reduction...

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The academic Covid-slide and how to avoid it

by Anita Naik

With the pandemic keeping most secondary school students out of school, many are worried about the inevitable COVID grade slide. While it is difficult to assess what missing months of school will realistically mean, research on summer learning loss can offer some ideas.

Summer learning loss often s...

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Top Ways to Help Students Reduce Anxiety and Stress

by Cassidy Welling

Over recent years, schools in the UK have reported an increase in stressed-out, anxious students according to a survey conducted by the ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL AND COLLEGE LEADERS. This year, largely due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the average student is substantially more anxious and stressed than befo...

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