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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

Is your family influential at school?

When your child comes home complaining about something that ‘the school’ has done, what do you do? Sometimes it’s just kids complaining about anything that doesn’t fit with what they want.  But occasionally there is a valid issue that really needs to be addressed. You don’t want [...]Read more

New school, new teachers

If your child has started a new school, they’ll be meeting lots of new people.  Some of those are children who will become friends, but most importantly, they’ll meet teachers. Teachers can make or break your child’s experience of school.  Celebrities often include a favourite [...]Read more

School uniform shopping top tips

Despite the fact that our children spend more time in their school uniform than anything else, we can still begrudge the expense. Let’s face it, buying yet another pair of white socks isn’t as fun as a cute dress or jumper. But there are ways of bagging some great deals. Cashback [...]Read more

10 tips to help the plastic revolution

If you haven’t noticed that the world has a problem with plastic, you must have been locked away for the past couple of years.  From David Attenborough’s shocking revelations about the state of our oceans, to the documentaries showing how plastic is finding its way into our [...]Read more

Virtual teachers are coming

With the education news full of teacher shortages and bigger classes, any parent could be forgiven for worrying that quieter children may lose out on attention and help when they need it. Enter AI! Artificial Intelligence is already operating on some university campuses.  At [...]Read more

Is your child a role model?

Motivational speaker, Jim Rohn, said “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”  Their attitudes and beliefs are what you are around most and you start to think the same way they do.  So it’sRead more

Exploring vocabulary

The English language is full of colour, with many different ways of saying virtually the same thing.  Does that mean you should encourage your children to study the dictionary and become familiar with the meanings of even the most obscure words? No! Good grammar, reasonable [...]Read more
 

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