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Editing vs. Revision | SLC | UC Berkeley

Editing vs. Revision What is the difference between editing and revision? We often use the two terms interchangeably and yet there are some important distinctions. True revision requires seeing your w

Preparing for Prelims Revision : Supporting your Child this Christmas Holiday | Scholar Tutoring Agency

Preparing for Prelims Revision: Supporting your Child this Christmas Holiday The Christmas break always seems a quick one, for many families, that’s because it’s a busy one, too! For lots of teena

‘Gossip and secrecy’ fuel Oxford row over suspended dean

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Bedtime social media use may be harming UK teenagers, study says

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Teachers and students stage mock climate classes in Whitehall

Traffic blocked at Department for Education during call for national curriculum changes More than 100 teachers, academics and students have blocked traffic and staged mock climate classes outside the

Head of Catholic order failed to tell police of sexual abuse at London school

Abbot ‘did not know’ if findings at Benedictine school were relevant, national inquiry toldThe head of one of the country’s most powerful Catholic orders was made aware of sex abuse allegations

University of Essex suspends lecturer accused of antisemitism

Dr Maaruf Ali is alleged to have posted antisemitic messages on Facebook A lecturer accused of posting antisemitic messages on Facebook has been suspended from the University of Essex. An investigati

Are university campuses turning into mini smart cities?

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School curriculum fails to reflect the urgency of the climate crisis

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Essex University lecturer accused of antisemitic Facebook posts

Holocaust denial among topics in posts allegedly shared on social media by Dr Maaruf Ali The University of Essex is investigating after a science lecturer allegedly posted antisemitic messages on Fa

Ofsted chief backs teaching about same-sex couples after parent protests

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How to Head for the Highest Grades

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Exams: The Cool, Calm and Confident Way

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Mind Set just before an Exam

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Keeping up Momentum

Keeping up Momentum The January Blues may have been and gone, but your teen may still be stuck in a state of sluggishness. With wintry weather still upon us- and prelim exams likely well underway- you

Effective Revision Tips

Effective Revision Tips When it comes to revising, your teen will want to maximise on the time that they have to strive towards the top grades! Therefore, it’s wise to consider the best ways to revi

The Power of Guided Revision

The Power of Guided Revision The world of revision looks rather different nowadays, to what it may have looked like several years ago. As a parent recalling your own school days, you may remember bein

Revision Kit List: What Does My Teen Need?

Revision Kit List: What Does My Teen Need? You might think it’s lucky if your teenager finds a pen around the house to write with, let alone owning a whole stash of stationery to revise with! Some t

Muster Up January Motivation

Muster Up January Motivation As parents, we know how important our child’s education will be in the future, and it can be frustrating when your teen doesn’t seem to grasp a sense of the motivation

New Year’s Revision Resolutions

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Five Ways to Improve Grades

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