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‘What do you do when you feel sad?’

What do you do when you feel sad? If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of mental wellbeing.  Earlier this week, one of my students logged into tuition very upset about what had happened during the day at

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Supporting Students Going Back to School in 2020

Supporting Students Back to School after COVID Book Tuition 100 hours per day The average amount of time that students have spent per day on school work during school closures, according to a report by the National Foundation for Education

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World Book Day 2021

World Book Day 2021 March 4th is World Book Day. And this year it all feels a bit… funky. As a secondary school teacher, World Book Day has often passed me by. Unfortunately, the series of reports, marking assessments, planning

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Great Authors for Young Readers: Onjali Q Rauf

Onjali Rauf Onjali Rauf is making a big stir in the world of Children’s literature: and for good cause. She’s the founder and CEO of Making Herstory, a non-profit organisation that is “working to end the abuse, enslavement and trafficking of

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What to look for in a great private tutor

What to look for in a great online tutor The online tuition market has exploded recently with new teachers and tutors looking to provide services. How can you ensure you’re hiring the right person for the job? Book Tuition Questions

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English Tutoring

2020: A Wonderful Year for Books

The 2020 book round up, but this time it’s for grown ups.

In the UK, we’ve survived two lock downs, a transfer to a tier system, and endless U-turns from the government. All in under a year.

How have I survived? By reading extra books, of course!

So here’s the first instalment of the 2020 book round up….

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Mental wellbeing
English Tutoring

‘What do you do when you feel sad?’

What do you do when you feel sad? If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of mental wellbeing.  Earlier this week, one of my students logged into tuition very upset about what had happened during the day at

Read More »

Supporting Students Going Back to School in 2020

Supporting Students Back to School after COVID Book Tuition 100 hours per day The average amount of time that students have spent per day on school work during school closures, according to a report by the National Foundation for Education

Read More »

World Book Day 2021

World Book Day 2021 March 4th is World Book Day. And this year it all feels a bit… funky. As a secondary school teacher, World Book Day has often passed me by. Unfortunately, the series of reports, marking assessments, planning

Read More »

Great Authors for Young Readers: Onjali Q Rauf

Onjali Rauf Onjali Rauf is making a big stir in the world of Children’s literature: and for good cause. She’s the founder and CEO of Making Herstory, a non-profit organisation that is “working to end the abuse, enslavement and trafficking of

Read More »

What to look for in a great private tutor

What to look for in a great online tutor The online tuition market has exploded recently with new teachers and tutors looking to provide services. How can you ensure you’re hiring the right person for the job? Book Tuition Questions

Read More »
English Tutoring

2020: A Wonderful Year for Books

The 2020 book round up, but this time it’s for grown ups.

In the UK, we’ve survived two lock downs, a transfer to a tier system, and endless U-turns from the government. All in under a year.

How have I survived? By reading extra books, of course!

So here’s the first instalment of the 2020 book round up….

Read More »