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Challenges for parents whose first language isn’t English – implications for learning and schooling for their children

There are many families living in the UK whose first language isn’t English and schools in England are becoming more culturally and linguistically diverse. While many students quickly attain proficiency in English, there’s can sometimes be a language barrier when communicating [...]Read more

Learning with Autism

What is autism? TheNational Autistic Societydefines autism as; “A lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others. Autistic people see, hear and feel the world differently to other people. If you are autistic, you are autistic [...]Read more

Pocket money rewards

FUN FACT! The term ‘pocket money’ was actually ‘coined’ before the advent of pockets in shirts and trousers. Money was kept in various bags, before a tailor sewed a pocket on a garment and it became so useful that further innovations made a pocket suitable to safely keep money! [...]Read more

New Year’s Resolutions

As we near the end of 2019, now is a great time to think about New Year’s Resolutions and encourage your children to consider what they might like to resolve to do in 2020!   New Year’s Day is the traditional time to celebrate a new beginning and kids ages 7-12 are at [...]Read more

Self-paced learning

Exemplar Education is all about self-paced learning – allowing the parents and children on our programme to set their own study plan!   What is self-paced learning? Self-paced learning is defined as ‘a specific learning method, in which the learner is able to control [...]Read more

Online safety

With the rise of smartphones, tablets and other devices plus online gaming and interactive TV, helping children be safe online is an issue that most parents now have to consider, as well as the dilemma of how much screen time they should be allowed This can be tricky if you [...]Read more

Halloween maths

Halloween is a time for spooky fun with your children – trick or treats, pumpkin carving and the opportunity to dress up as their favourite creepy character. It can also be a scarily good opportunity to incorporate some maths into their play and they won’t even realise. We’ve [...]Read more
 

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