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Climbing trees and kicking a football lead to better grades!

Think physical activity is unrelated to academic performance? Although we may not associate sports and physical activity with intellectual achievement, research shows that kids – as well as adults – who are physically active do, on average, outperform those who are less active. While most people might associate high grades with long periods studying, research … Read More

How Have Parent-Teacher Relationships Changed?

The importance of strong parent/teacher relationships A strong relationship between parent and teacher is essential to the success of a child’s education. It has always been an influential factor in a good education, although the parent/teacher relationship has changed over time. Parents benefit from being involved in their child’s education by getting ideas from school … Read More

Interactive Map of Home Education Across England

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin We’ve created an interactive map which shows the ratio of children between the ages of 5-16 years old which are home educated in their respective local authorities*. View the map in full screen   The southeast tops the charts for the highest concentration of home educated … Read More