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Preparing through Play - the Key Stage 1 SATs

Preparing through Play - the Key Stage 1 SATs

by Susannah, 24 Apr 2018

Whether we agree with them or not, the Key Stage 1 SATs are nearly here. How can you help your little one to prepare through play?


Key Stage 2 SATs Preparation

Key Stage 2 SATs Preparation

by Susannah White, 12 Sep 2017

Individualised lessons to help children approach the KS2 SATS with confidence.


Reading - the Gateway to Autonomous Learning

Reading - the Gateway to Autonomous Learning

by Susannah White, 23 Feb 2017

Supporting your child as they learn to read must be one of the most exciting and fulfilling journeys a parent can ever take. It's a skill your child will cherish forever and use every day of their lives.


What On Earth...?

What On Earth...?

by Susannah White, 14 Jan 2017

Knowledge in context


Could You Pass the PISA Science Test?

Could You Pass the PISA Science Test?

by Susannah White, 14 Jan 2017

The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a triennial international survey which aims to evaluate education systems worldwide by testing the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students.


What is a Curriculum and Why Would I Want One Anyway?

What is a Curriculum and Why Would I Want One Anyway?

by Susannah White, 1 Oct 2016

Home Education can take many forms, from super-structured to completely autonomous. For many, however, having a loose personalised curriculum to add focus is a useful tool.


Bringing Science to Life with Max Axiom

Bringing Science to Life with Max Axiom

by Susannah White, 1 Oct 2016

Max Axiom graphic novels use a story-based approach to introduce learners to scientific concepts. We look at the success behind this formula.