Education Stories

Learning the lingo: School language trips

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School language trips allow students to learn outside the classroom in a real-life setting. These trips give them the opportunity to test and improve their language skills, so they’re a no-brainer for MFL teachers. However, if you need a little more persuading, here are some…

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Back to school: How to make your new class feel comfortable

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It’s September, and that means it’s time to go back to school! So, sharpen those pencils, clean that whiteboard, and get ready to meet your new class! Remember, starting a new school year can be intimidating for your students, so you need to make it…

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Students baffled by odd GCSE questions

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Confusing and seemingly off-topic questions left GCSE students baffled in exams this year. However, those that rose to the challenge were likely to have achieved higher grades, as they demonstrated extracurricular thinking. Here we’ll explore just what those questions were, and how teachers can encourage…

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How the new GCSEs will affect teachers

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GCSE changes are coming into effect this summer. But what does this mean for teachers? How can they help their students achieve the top grades? We took a look at the new system and what this means for teachers across the UK: How are GCSEs…

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