So, A Level Physics. There are only two types of students when it comes to Physics. You either have an understanding or… you don't. Physics as a subject is extremely large, and so the best way to tackle Physics is to get a head start on revision, and I don’t just mean weeks, I mean months, a year, or two years! But that’s the same when it comes to studying
The GCSE exams are an important milestone in every student’s career as there are 3 important compulsory subjects for every student. Maths, English and Science. But many students feel that their individual needs are not consistently met regarding the preparation for GCSE exams, which became evident during the pandemic. For disadvantaged students especially, the GCSE grade gap has become the widest in a decade. In this Guardian article the General Secretary of
Tutoring, whether online or in-person, allows children the opportunity to make the most of their potential. Every learner is different. Children can differ in behaviour, opinions, understanding and learning abilities, so naturally, comparing one student with another is impossible. One may absorb information quickly, while another needs that little extra push. When thinking about education and learning, our minds immediately jump to the typical classroom setting. With the teacher in the
The UK has a strange education system. Strange, because it does not take into account a lot of individual student needs, capacities and capabilities, especially what is better known as the ‘inflexion point of intelligence’.
The UK education system, like so many around the world, is certainly not immigrant-friendly. And in so many ways too. Let’s look at Jatin’s story to identify the problems faced by Immigrant students entering the British education system first.
Busy parents often struggle with the guilt of not being able to help their kids with homework. On the other hand, there are also plenty of parents that do have the time but do not know how to help their children with homework.