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The effects of Covid-19 on basic skills and education

Nobody can argue that the events of the last 12 months, has definitely led to disruption with basic Maths and English, as well as Functional Skills. There is a question mark however, over whether schools have been able to overcome these obstacles in order to ensure that learners stay on track? These are answers that many parents/guardians are looking for with some feeling that education has been on hold for many learners.

Should parents be expected to home school?

 Here we go again! You may be forgiven for thinking that you are experiencing a touch of déjà vu, with the announcement by Prime Minister @BorisJohnson that schools will once again close on 5th January and parents will be responsible for home schooling their children.

Covid-19 in Education - The impact on exams and assessments

#ResultsDay with a difference - On the 18th March 2020, Prime Minister, @BorisJohnson announced that all UK schools will close from 20th March, due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

How student experience can impact learning

Is home schooling a good option? Home schooling also known as elective home education, is when a parent chooses to provide an education for their child at home.

What the difference is between UK A Levels and International A Levels?

UK A Levels versus International A Levels Students often ask us what the difference is between UK A Levels and International A Levels and which one would suit their circumstances better.

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