Group Learning: Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning

Group learning is an effective method of learning that is often overlooked for exam purposes. We regularly think that the best preparation is through dedicated individual study or 1:1 sessions. This post talks about the potential to thrive in a group environment when preparing for examinations, particularly those that require new knowledge and skill development.Continue reading “Group Learning: Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning”

Groups vs 1:1 Sessions

Making the decision of how best to help and support your child is always a tricky one, they often surprise us with their reactions and responses to things we thought weren’t for them. This week’s post is to give you pros and cons to online group tuition and online 1:1 tuition to help you makeContinue reading “Groups vs 1:1 Sessions”

The Maths Nemesis: Reasoning

Travis Kalanick tells us ‘Every problem has a solution. You just have to be creative enough to find it.’ This is true of maths, reasoning is increasingly part of maths exams, yet students find it increasingly more difficult to overcome. Why? As I discussed last week, maths language is a barrier for many. They knowContinue reading “The Maths Nemesis: Reasoning”

Let’s Talk About Maths: The importance of maths language

Maths has a language all of its own, sometimes it feels more overwhelming than the process of the maths itself. Let’s explore maths language, how we use it, why we use it and most importantly how you can boost your child’s knowledge of it. Galileo once said that ‘Maths is the language the universe wasContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Maths: The importance of maths language”

Back to School…2021 style!

I think it is fair to say that most of us are happy to have said goodbye to 2020. It was certainly an unusual year, it forced us into recreating our whole worlds, change the way we work, learn and even teach. Masks became the must have item of the year, as a result becomingContinue reading “Back to School…2021 style!”