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With the continuing uncertainty, there’s never been a more important time to support local businesses that are right on our doorstep. Here are five family friendly cafes that you could take your children to this Autumn.   Our Kid Our Kid is a little café based in Chorlton that also sells children’s toys and school...
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So much seems up in the air at the moment. It’s still not entirely clear when students will go back to school, or which year groups will go back, or even what schools will look when they do reopen. Naturally, there are very mixed feelings about all of this, and understandably so! One thing most...
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In another world, SATs for Year 2 and 6 students would have started this week. It seems strange to think now but those annual tests are always held in May and are used as a way to gage how well students are absorbing information and to identify if there’s anything they may need extra help...
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There is a lot of advice out there about how to support children who are falling behind, or who need a push to achieve their academic potential. However, what about those students who are already working ahead, and whose needs are not met by the national curriculum? This can raise all kinds of fresh challenges...
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One silver lining of this challenging new world is that we have more time to spend at home with our families. Sometimes, it’s important to let go of the pressure and do something just for you. Baking is a great way to do just that! It’s so therapeutic and means you can tailor a culinary...
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Jo Boon sits down with local fitness and well being instructor, Petrina from PB Fitness – to find out more about how we can all fit exercise into our daily routines at home. With work now being sent home from school, online courses to finish and deadlines to meet – it can be hard to...
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    Home schooling is not an easy task. You may be asking yourself, is my child spending the correct amount of time during the day completing their school work? Could I be making the work more engaging in any way? Am I explaining the correct methods to them when they get stuck? You’re most...
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Lots of children find it challenging to organise themselves, but it’s a really important skill that goes hand in hand with academic success. You might take many of these things for granted but remember: we all had to learn them at some point. By supporting your child with these top ten tips, you’re equipping them...
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Students with Special Educational Needs are beginning to be better supported in a mainstream school environment which is a sign of fantastic, if somewhat overdue, progress. However, schools have recently closed (again!), and closed somewhat suddenly, which means that not everyone had the time to prepare differentiated resources. There are many different kinds of SEN...
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Here are twenty places you can get great online education content for FREE to help you through the next few months of schools being off. It’s not the whole solution of course and we’re 100% here for you with our team of experienced tutors, all of whom are brilliant educational professionals. Every little counts though,...
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