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Early Preparation: The Key to Educational Success

For a few years now, I have noticed a recurring situation that comes about in nearly all of my...
Key Stage 3 English

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How To Get Your Child To Start Reading

How To Get Your Child To Start Reading As an English teacher and tutor I am often told by...
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Exam Preparation and How to Write an Essay

“A tutee’s ability in a subject is frequently not reflected in their grades simply due to...
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Variety in Descriptive Writing - essential!

Q. How do I make my descriptive writing more interesting? A. Vary your noun phrases. This...

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  • How To Get Your Child To Start Reading Editor's Pick

    Simon Warner Key Stage 3 English Tutor (North West London) Picture How To Get Your Child To Start Reading As an English teacher and tutor I am often told by worried- and sometimes exasperated parents- that despite their best efforts their child just won’t read. I hear this said by parents about their young child and by parents about their teenager; and in the...
  • Some suggested reading for Key Stage 3 English Editor's Pick

    Laura Steel Key Stage 3 English Tutor (North West London) Picture Key Stage 3 is a crucial time for reading habits. Usually children are trusted to choose which books they like the look of or those which have been recommended by (often older) friends. Parents rarely read often with children at home by this stage, preferring to promote independent reading which...
  • Early Preparation: The Key to Educational Success Editor's Pick

    JessicaT Key Stage 3 English Tutor (South West London) Picture For a few years now, I have noticed a recurring situation that comes about in nearly all of my GCSE pupils; they don't seem to be taught any examination techniques until the very last minute. In my opinion, the importance of examination technique is highly undervalued in the schooling system....

 

  • Variety in Descriptive Writing - essential! Editor's Pick

    Zoe Ball Key Stage 3 English Tutor (South East London) Picture Q. How do I make my descriptive writing more interesting? A. Vary your noun phrases. This article is designed to offer some practical advice on how to make this attainable for students at secondary school level.'Formulaic', 'predictable' and 'methodical' are the words that come to mind as I...
  • Writing a Good Essay

    David Cummings Key Stage 3 English Tutor (Uxbridge) Picture Writing a Good Essay Everyone knows that all essays need an introduction, a "middle bit" and a conclusion. But how long should the introduction be? What is supposed to go in the middle bit? What is the point of rehashing everything in a conclusion? And worst of all for most students - how on...
  • The Carnegie Medal Short List

    Key Stage 3 English Tutor (Harrow) Picture One question I am frequently asked by parents is, "How can I help my child read?" It is a difficult question to answer as it is so multi-faceted. Is their child a reluctant reader, a struggling reader, a reader lacking stimulating material or do they just want to be good parents and facilitate...