Why we believe in the power or small group tuition

Small group tuition is a highly effective method of helping children to catch up in areas where they may have fallen behind, to consolidate key skills, or to extend their knowledge and understanding, in an environment that nevertheless allows them to collaborate with others, gain independence, and have the opportunity to practise skills and, crucially, […]

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Kids go free at Art of the Brick Lego exhibition in Manchester this February

Kids go free at Art of the Brick Lego exhibition in Manchester If you didn’t already know, there’s a huge LEGO exhibition on in Manchester at the moment that features almost 100 pieces of artwork and over 1 million bricks. The Art of the Brick, a globally renowned touring exhibition, came to Manchester at the […]

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Give a child you know the gift of confidence this Christmas

Finding the right gift for a young person can be hit and miss at the best of times. What we consider an amazing present can often be met with disapproving looks. This Christmas, why not give the special young person in your life tuition vouchers? The vouchers are for sessions of tuition suitable for your […]

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GCSE Results – Preparing for the worst and hoping for the best.

Let’s do worst case scenario. Thursday morning arrives and the envelope or the email containing your GCSE results is the biggest shock you have received in your life and the numbers staring back at you bear no resemblance to the grades you need to progress you to the next level of your journey. Blind panic […]

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The Guilt of the Working Mum – how I have almost mastered the art of self-forgiveness

As a working mum, this is the work life balance

The Guilt of the Working Mum – how I have almost mastered the art of self-forgiveness. I remember vividly my very first thought when I saw the positive read on my pregnancy test… ‘Oh My God, I can’t believe it, not – ‘I am pregnant’ but ‘I drank loads of wine at the weekend!’ Boom […]

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