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Is your child moving up to Primary School in September? – Suzanne Roberts, Burgess Hill Girls Nursery teacher and manager

Is your child moving up to Primary School in September? Burgess Hill Girls Nursery teacher and manager Suzanne Roberts...

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How to help your child prepare for Primary 1 at school – Sue Hay, Head of St George’s Junior School

As the head of the Junior School at St George’s, I enjoy offering advice and support to help girls and their parents...

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St George’s School for Girls, Edinburgh – The Importance of Play in the Pre-school Year: Key Facts Every Parent Should Consider

Do you have a daughter who is 3 or 4 years-old who will be entering her pre-school year in August? Are you wondering what she should be learning in pre-school? Developing and...

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Berkshire Students Offered Guidance On Future-Defining Choices – Paul Hodges, Head of Sixth Form, LVS Ascot

Berkshire Students Offered Guidance On Future-Defining Choices – Paul Hodges, Head of Sixth Form, LVS Ascot

Year 11 students across Berkshire are being encouraged to get thinking about their...

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Tips for helping children and teenagers with homework – By Grant Hudson for Greenfields School

Set up a homework space. A survey done a few years ago with a Year 9 class revealed some interesting things. One was that...

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IS MORE REALLY MERRIER? THE MERITS OF A SMALLER BOARDING HOUSE – DEBORAH ROBERTS-BARTER, HEAD OF BOARDING, FARLINGTON SCHOOL

It is easy to assume that a big boarding school equals a better boarding experience.  However, this is not necessarily the case and it is certainly not always the right option for...

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Single-Sex or Co-Educational – Which Offers the Best Preparation for ‘Real Life’? – Eve Jardine-Young, Principal of Cheltenham Ladies’ College

Decisions about education are some of the most important choices that parents and children have to make. There is certainly not...

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Choosing a good school and the right school – John Moule, Warden of Radley College

In the dim and distant days when I was a Housemaster, a bright-eyed boy arrived for his first day and I was chatting to him and...

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