Exclusions and The Changing Educational Landscape Across UK Schools

The changing  educational landscape across UK schools leads me to question whether the once proud and envied education system is now in so much trouble that it can no longer compete across international boundaries. How is it that discipline has become such a major issue leading to thousands of exclusions which in turn results in […]

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Why is my child not where they are meant to be educationally in Year 3, 4 or 5 or even 6?

As a tutor I am getting asked this question more and more from first visit parents… and it is something that I too am noticing. This, of course, does not apply to all children but to a great number of them. These are the reasons why, in my opinion: 1. The school they are at […]

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Mysterious Wings by Maryam A. Hussain, a pupil of Elisa’s Tutorial School

At Elisa’s Tutorial School we encourage independent work and writing projects to embed the learning and writing techniques learnt in our group and one-to-one teaching. One of our pupils, aged 6, has produced a wonderful generic name for levitra story called Mysterious Wings. Here is a sample of her work and to say we are […]

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One in seven university graduates branded cheats…

When I read this I was not as shocked as I thought I would be…everything nowadays can be bought on the internet and everything is available if you have the money! People, especially students, are so used to having information and services at their fingertips that they would, I suppose, not think twice about getting […]

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Thomas the Tank Engine is going multicultural!

Our dear Thomas the Tank Engine is going multicultural and has even had discussions to ensure it is politically correct with the United Nations. I’m not sure how I really feel about this! While I believe in being inclusive and opening the world of classic children’s stories to all I kind of believe that Thomas […]

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