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Revision Guide Exam Prep GCSE A-level

7 Revision Tips To Help Ace Your Exams

All exams can be scary for young people, especially GCSEs and A-levels, well they don’t need to be! Going into revision with a plan and solid idea of how you are going to revise can boost you

Sebastian Owen

1st December 2020

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5 Top tips on how to stay motivated when working from home and smash that to-do list

There’s no doubt that working remotely from home is even more challenging during Covid-19! There are the added distractions from other family members as well as the pandemic stress! We’ve cre

Hridika

19th November 2020

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Five Reasons To Get An Online Tutor At University

It’s common practice to have a Physics and Maths tutor to help get better GCSE grades when students are younger. During my time at school, I had an A-level philosophy tutor to help me underst

Ethan Carter

18th November 2020

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Who was Jean Piaget and how did he impact the classroom?

Jean Piaget, born 1896, was a Swiss psychologist well known for his work on child development. Piaget considered cognitive development as a process which occurs due to maturation and interact

Hridika

12th November 2020

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10 best free online educational resources for parents over lockdown

Need some educational inspiration over lockdown? Look no further this collection of sites will keep your kids entertained for hours.

Conor Hughes

10th November 2020

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Is Online Tutoring Effective?

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, more students are being admitted to online tutoring platforms to catch up on their education. This raises questions about the effectiveness of online tutoring.

Ethan Carter

9th November 2020

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Top 5 Tips To Benefit Your First Online Tuition Lesson

If it's your first tutor lesson, here are the top 5 tips that will massively benefit your learning!

Ethan Carter

6th November 2020

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Beating COVID-19: Mental Health Support for Parents, Teachers and Children

The story this year has seen a restricted state of living due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The unusual and restricted way of living has caused an array of different emotions for people. The neg

Ethan Carter

4th November 2020

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Should I Get a Tutor During Exam Season Too?

The exam period is often a very confusing, stressful and lonely time for many pupils. Tuition during Exam time can be a lifeline for stressed teens.

Sebastian Owen

4th November 2020

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Six Tips To Make Online Learning Easier For Your Child Over Lockdown

After the news that the UK will be heading into its second lockdown of the year, lots of families will return to a seemingly familiar scenario of their children working from home again. Whils

Ethan Carter

2nd November 2020

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What are the Best Online Tutoring Websites?

Sherpa-Online, a new player into the game. Having only launched early 2020, Sherpa is well on its way to becoming a big name in the tutoring service industry.

Sebastian Owen

30th October 2020

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Booker Taliaferro Washington the American educator

Booker Taliaferro Washington was an American educator, author, and adviser to multiple presidents of the United States.

Hridika

29th October 2020

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What is Homeostasis and why is it important to maintain?

Living organisms from plants to puppies; need to maintain homeostasis constantly to properly grow, work, and survive. In general, homeostasis is essential for normal cell function and overall

Hridika

27th October 2020

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What Are The 5 Biggest Problems Faced In Online Tutoring? Solved

Sherpa Online conducted online research into the biggest problems that students and parents had with online learning.

Ethan Carter

26th October 2020

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When are the GCSE and A-level exams 2021? Everything you need to know about an unusual exam season!

Students are back at school set out to take their GCSE and A-level summer exams like usual! Except for one thing… exams will be delayed by several weeks, giving pupils more time to catch u

Hridika

23rd October 2020

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5 Things to Reflect on Before Hiring a Private Tutor

How does one choose amongst all of the private tuition options? Is online tutoring worth it? The private tuition market is growing hugely, keep these 5 tips in mind before hiring a tutor.

Sebastian Owen

22nd October 2020

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Inspirational Black Pioneers Who Helped Shape Education

The work of these pioneers can often go unnoticed or forgotten which is why Black History Month is a very significant time for everyone, regardless of race, to learn about the contributions t

Hridika

21st October 2020

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How Do Colours Influence Learning? The Best 3 Colours To Change How You Learn

Did you know that colours have a great impact on how we feel and how we digest information? We can manipulate colours in order to influence our capabilities for learning which in turn, increa

Ethan Carter

20th October 2020

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How Online Learning Is Changing Education Due To Coronavirus

In February and March 2020 a global catastrophe affected education around the world in the form of coronavirus. Covid-19 resulted in schools around the world being completely shut down with 1

Ethan Carter

19th October 2020

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What is Online Tutoring and How Does it Work? The No-Nonsense Guide

Online tutoring works just as face-to-face tutoring does. Tutors work alongside academic institutions and curriculums to help pupils achieve their results and boost confidence. A tutor can re

Sebastian Owen

19th October 2020

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3,000 Years Later, Tasmanian Devils are back on the Mainland of Australia

3,000 years ago the Tasmanian Devils went extinct in the wild of Australia's mainland, conservationists are describing it as a 'historic step' in the life of the Australian eco-system.

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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A Sixth Mass Extinction Event is Well Underway; ‘David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet’

The knighted BBC broadcaster has been the tranquil voice of nature documentary narration since the beginning of, well, nature documentaries! Attenborough set off to explore the globe in his t

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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The Psychology Behind Productivity and its Effects on Mental Health

We’ve all tried to lay off some work at some point. So why is it so hard to stay productive and what effect does it have on our wellbeing?

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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How Airbus Is Revolutionising The Age Of Aviation Through Technology And Education

A historic milestone occurred that is set to change the face of the aviation sector as a whole. It is regarded as the “most important transition this industry has ever seen”, Airbus CEO Guill

Ethan Carter

19th October 2020

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Maths Teacher up for £1M Prize Thanks to Online Resources

Established by the Varkey Foundation, the Global Teacher Prize, in partnership with Unesco, is now in its sixth year. The 10 finalists are now announced for the prize draw later in the year.

Sebastian Owen

19th October 2020

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The Students Ignored by the Coronavirus Legislation

“We don’t believe students will be entitled to reimbursement if the quality is there,” universities minister Michelle Donelan said. “Students are really getting the quality, and they’re getti

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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Life on Mars? New Developments in the Search

Liquid water is vital for life, so the finding will be of interest to researchers studying the potential for bio-systems elsewhere in the galaxy.

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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5 Tips to Become a Lifelong Learner

After completion of studying at school or finishing a university degree most people drastically reduce the number of books they read. Children nowadays have access to far more technology and

Conor Hughes

19th October 2020

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The Climate Clock, 7 Years to Educate the World

Ahead of the current NYC climate week, advocates in the Big Apple have unveiled an eye opening ‘Climate Clock’ providing a strong statement to the government. “The clock is a way to speak sci

Sebastian Owen

19th October 2020