We understand that parents want the best for their children so this guide is designed to give you helpful advice to give your children the best start on their career paths.
With increased competition for university places and a growing number of applicants for those converted first job roles, students can improve their prospects by using their summer wisely.
New research reveals that 74% of secondary school parents* think that digital learning provided by teachers and the government needs to be improved. In particular, the biggest issues raised were that teachers didn’t make it exciting for 1 in 3 (33%) students, while 1 in 4 (23%) couldn’t hear their teacher or classmates properly. Understandably, schools were not prepared for online learning following the pandemic, however, the good news is that new technology is enabling teachers to engage students better online. With the global crisis changing the way we work and study, digital learning could become the future of learning. To help look at the topic of digital vs classroom learning, and also look at a retrospective of 2021 and trends for the future of education - 10 experts from all over the UK share their thoughts and learnings. *Source - a survey commissioned by Tutorful in August 2021 amount 1,000 parents of children aged 11-18 old in the UK.
The Summer Holidays can often have a negative effect on education. It can take up to two months for your children to start remembering what they learnt in the previous school year. Add that to the several months when children were missing school and it seems that they’ll need extra support to catch up. This guide will provide everything you need to know to help your child get caught up with their work and feel confident about going back to school! We've packed the guide full of handy advice from experienced tutors, education experts and mental health professionals. Thanks for choosing to read this guide. Together, we can help your child catch up with their learning, get the grades they want, and most importantly, keep them happy.
We explore the answers to all of the most pressing questions about tutoring, designed to help parents like yourself make the most of your child's tutoring.
The start of a new school year is always a mixture of excitement and nervousness. You and your kids will be looking forward to going back to school, but equally you’ll all be a little unsure what to expect...
In collaboration with Action For Children, we have written this expert guide for parents to help children understand, cope and become strengthened by their experiences of anxiety at a young age. Our aim is to equip parents across the world with a significant bank of knowledge to ease panic and educate their children about the science of the mind. 1. Symptoms of Anxiety in Children 2. Talking to children about anxiety 3. Techniques to Help Your Child With Anxiety 4. How to Encourage Your Child to Confide in You 5. Nurturing Optimism in Children 6. Go-to Anxiety Relief Tools for Children
This awesome guide will introduce you to interesting conversation topics to discuss to get families, couples and friends talking at the dinner table and become truly connected again! At the end of each topic, you'll find a related conversation starter so you can expand your mind and be sociable - at the same time! Perfect family conversation questions!
GCSEs can be complex and confusing. Many parents have no idea how to help their child with GCSE revision or have very little insight into the exams as a whole. We’ve collaborated with GSCE exam boards OCR and WJEC, the NSPCC and Manchester Metropolitan University to offer you expert GCSE advice and teenager support tips in this ultimate parent's guide to GCSEs.