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Posts Tagged ‘mind-mapping’

Why is it SO important to be good at English?

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Your child’s journey with English starts from the moment they say their first word and listen to stories, to learning letters and how to write. Those early years are the foundation for KS2/3 to KS4. Some children, however, struggle through Primary School for all sorts of reasons, arriving in Secondary totally unprepared for the year […]

How to help your Dyslexic child achieve at home

Friday, January 25th, 2019

If you have a Dyslexic child at primary or secondary school, you will know that education can be quite a battleground. Here are some common problems experienced by students and parents, with some helpful tips from our super tutor team across Manchester and Cheshire. Problem 1: Schoolwork and homework takes longer This in itself can spill […]

How important is self confidence?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

How confident is your child? Research just published shows that girls’ confidence deteriorates as they progress through their teens. Worrying, isn’t it? Adolescence is an inevitable battle as it is. With the onset of puberty, a host of physical, emotional and social changes hugely impact on teenagers. Add the pressures of achieving at school to the […]

Need last minute revision techniques that work?

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

May is officially the start of exam season! It’s also the time when panic can seriously set in if you haven’t got into the habit of regular revision yet. Rather than freak out, here’s how to get organised … fast! 1. Spread revision topics out over several days, rather than revise one subject intensively. This […]