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Summer School at Kip McGrath Urmston Tuition Centre We are offering 2 hour sessions every Wednesday and Thursday throughout August for the fantastic price of £26 – that is £13 per hour for professional tuition delivered by fully qualified teachers in our spacious, … Continue reading
Does your child get enough sleep? A recent report shows that an alarming number of children, mainly in more affluent countries, are suffering from sleep deprivation which is having a negative impact on their school work. Smartphones, computers and TVs … Continue reading
Starting a Trafford Primary School in September 2013? Give your child a great start to their school life with our play-based learning programme! The transition from pre-school to more formal learning is a significant one for children. It can affect … Continue reading
Working Memory in children has been shown to be a more accurate way of predicting future educational attainment than IQ. Children with poor working memory often struggle with routine, everyday tasks like instructions, directions and learning tasks such as maths … Continue reading
Ideas for World Book Day Outfits 2013 It is almost that time of year again – World Book Day. On the 7th March 2013, school children across the UK are encouraged to dress up as a favourite book character. When … Continue reading
Tales have been circulating around Twitter that something was about to be published that may cause the resignation of Education Minister Michael Gove. Once the story actually surfaced it proved to be not quite as momentous as anticipated. It … Continue reading
http://www.itv.com/news/2012-11-08/the-best-start-in-life/ Like many people I watched the ITV programme The Best Start in Life tonight. Being a teacher/tutor myself I had a specific interest but found myself responding to it more as a mother than an educational professional. I own … Continue reading
We all know what an important skill reading is but what can you do if your child is a reluctant reader? Many children simply do not choose to read for pleasure and, despite their parents’ best efforts, are extremely resistant … Continue reading