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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

English like what she is spoke!

With so many people of all ages using their mobile phones to communicate, it’s easy to lose the gentle art of good English.  Txt spk rules! But that’s not an excuse to skim over English language homework.  Most employers will expect potential recruits to be competent in English [...]Read more

Your school’s approach to bullying

Schools generally do not tolerate bullying, but the approach that individual schools take varies.  Do you know how your child’s school tackles bullying? For instance, do they have an active policy of watching for instances of bullying, or only respond when bullying is reported by [...]Read more
 

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