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Reading with understanding

Do you feel overwhelmed when you approach the monumental task of revising your many books for your exams? The further you climb in your school experience, the more information you are required to assimilate. Books become chunkier and contain more

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Pretty Prezi

We’ve just discovered this great Prezi by Prof Sara Seager (@ProfSaraSeager) on the search for habitable exoplanets and we thought we’d love to share it with our students and parents, as well as with anyone who’s interested in space. This

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MyScript Calculator

In this post we want to show you a great free tool, whether you are a student or a parent seeking to help your children getting to grips with mathematical operations. It’s MyScript Calculator – a great free app that

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Reading for pleasure… and to improve numeracy skills of course!

The BBC recently reported that children who read for pleasure improve their literacy skills (and that should not be surprising at all), but they also improve their numeracy skills compared with children who do not read for pleasure. This research

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