Monthly Archives - December 2021

Councils in England report 34% rise in elective home education

Councils in England have identified a “rapid surge” in the number of parents choosing to take their children out of school to teach them at home, with a 34% jump in pupils being electively home educated on last year’s figures. The number of families choosing t home education has been increasing in recent...

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Can fidget toys help pupils’ concentration?

Fidget spinners have dropped out of the headlines, but the trend for this type of toy continues, with pupils claiming that they help hone their attention. An article from TES, looks at whether these toys can become classroom concentration tools. Fidget toys (small, tactile toys that can be moved, stretched or...

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Two New Science Practical Locations

Here at Tutors & Exams we have been working tirelessly over the last year to widen accessibility to those outside of mainstream education wishing to undertake A Level Science Practicals. Or to use the official Awarding Organisation jargon, Common Practical Assessment Criteria (CPACs). We are approved by JCQ to deliver...

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6 ways to keep students revising in run-up to Christmas

As we approach the festive period, not many people’s first thoughts are of revision and study, but many students will be sitting exams when they return in January. It's not always the easiest thing to do around Christmas!We took these 6 top tips from an article on that you may find...

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