Preparing for GCSEs, A Levels, Common Entrance or other exams? Worried you're not prepared? Don't panic! Home-School Tutoring can help! Targeted support from experienced tutors Home-School Tutoring offers private tuition and exam preparation with experienced tutors. Our tutors firmly believe … [Read more...] about Exam Preparation Support from Home-School Tutoring
Pupils with Asperger syndrome are usually of average or above average intelligence and keen to continue into further and higher education. But what support is available for children and young people to enable them to succeed at school and university? Asperger syndrome is an autistic spectrum … [Read more...] about Support for Students with Aspergers Syndrome
The education secretary has announced a new consultation to seek views on the scrapping of SATs at the end of key stage 1. Following pressure from parents, teachers and others working in education, the Department for Education is proposing an end to KS1 SATs. Instead, pupils could be … [Read more...] about SATs for 6 and 7-year-olds Could Be Scrapped
Spring is in the air but should it be capitalised on the page? You may see the seasons frequently capitalised but when they are being used as common nouns, rather than proper nouns, the answer is no! Tulips bloom in spring. The sun is hot in summer. The leaves turn brown in autumn. And the air is … [Read more...] about Should I Capitalise the Seasons?
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Research is suggesting the new “big fat” maths GCSE course and numerical grading system will lead to fewer pupils taking A-level maths. So should you be afraid? At Home-School Tutoring, we say no! Our tutors can help students face maths with confidence at any level. With a bit of extra support … [Read more...] about Don’t Be Afraid of the Big Fat Maths GCSE!