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Relaxing after your exams

Relaxing after your exams Freedom! You’ve finally made it. No more revision! No more flashcards, highlighters or post-it notes! No more time spent in the library or at a desk! And BREATHE. Let the pressure lift from your shoulders. For the next few weeks, you can relax, and put everything out of your mind. These […]

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How to stay interested in class

how to stay interested in class We all have that one subject or class that we struggle to just stay awake in. The hours seem to drag and information seems to be passing over our head in a blur. In most cases, however, we really do need to learn the subject because it counts for […]

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Why it’s good to have downtime during revision and exams

Why it’s good to have downtime during revision and exams watching Netflix during exams season This article goes out to those of us who watch Netflix during exams season and feel guilty. But also to those of us who want to watch Netflix but feel too pressured to get the work done. It’s important that […]

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Coping With An Increased Workload

Coping With An Increased Workload School can get super stressful and overwhelming if you don’t know the best way to manage the amount of work you have to do. In fact, a lot of the time when we have too much work, we stress so much about it that we end up not doing it […]

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How to feel more confident about your exams

How to feel more confident about your exams Exam season is looming and to stay that you’re feeling stressed is probably an understatement. But feeling confident about exams is important for both our performance in the exam as well as our well being. One can’t be sacrificed for the sake of the other; the two […]

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Your Child’s Bedroom

Your child’s bedroom I can recall time and time again how many times my parents used to enforce a military regime when it came to exam time, ranging from a rather odd room cleaning routine to opening windows at odd times of the day to ensure I got fresh air while I tried to cram […]

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A space for learning: how to feng shui your study space

A space for learning: how to feng shui your study space a huge impact on productivity Having the right place to work is just as important as having good study skills, and it has been proven that your study space can have a huge impact on productivity. Ranging from effects on wellbeing, to how successfully […]

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Planning Your Work-Break Schedule

Planning Your Work-Break Schedule For some reason we as humans find ourselves feeling guilty when we take a break, we think that most of the day has to be taken up by work and ‘breaks’ (the word itself makes you think of a stop in the running of things) have to be few and far […]

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How to Deal With Receiving Feedback

How to Deal With Receiving Feedback Nobody likes being criticised but receiving feedback on how we have performed in a particular task is something that you will continue to get throughout your whole life. The quicker we accept that feedback is essential to our personal growth, the quicker we will become less hostile to it […]

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Starting a school diary to track your progress

Starting a school diary to track your progress Are you struggling to make progress? Have you lost sight of your goals? Not seeing any gains? No, this is not a protein powder advertisement, nor is it about the gym or weightlifting. We’re so used to hearing these phrases in the context of having an ‘active […]

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Turning Stressed into Desserts: Six Tips for Stress Management

Turning Stressed into Desserts: Six Top-Tips for Stress Management There’s a reason why people say stressed is desserts spelt backwards because, by identifying what it is that makes you stressed, you can change it around and turn something nasty into something sweet. Get the recipe below! LACK OF TIME Feeling like you have so much […]

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Using social media as a teaching tool with your learners

Using social media as a teaching tool vast majority Depending on the age group you work with, the vast majority of your students will have an array of social media accounts already, and will certainly be very familiar with the latest developments. By showing your students that you use social media and by demonstrating all […]

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Social anxiety: how to fit in at school

Social anxiety: how to fit in at school School is an important part of our life because it is often the place where we spend most of our time and it plays a crucial role in the formation of our individual self. Without the right people, it can be a lonely place where the school […]

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