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Parental Impact on Success at School

JK Educate - November 6, 2017

Our experience tells us that parental involvement is key to children performing to the best of their ability at school.  It can really make the difference between under-performance and success. Nature vs. nurture Science has yet to identify the gene responsible for intelligence and there is disagreement about the amount of intelligence that is inherited. Read More >

THE IMPORTANCE OF READING – AND HOW TO ENCOURAGE IT

JK Educate - August 8, 2017

Reading is vitally important in the development of thinking, expressing ideas, expanding vocabulary, and communication skills. Of course, it’s also important for pure enjoyment! Some children are reluctant readers. They need encouragement and stimulation with whatever type of reading matter you can find that interests them. Other children would happily have their head in a Read More >

Summer Holiday Tutoring – Yes or No?

JK Educate - June 2, 2017

In previous blogs, we have covered the question of when you should and shouldn’t tutor your child and, if you decide to do so, what you should look for in a tutor. At this time of year, parents’ thoughts turn to the summer holidays and whether a child will need tutoring support during that long Read More >

How parents can reduce exam anxiety

JK Educate - May 17, 2017

At JK Educate we help families deal with every stage of education, from 7+ entrance exams and SATs to A levels and University applications. Entire families can get weighed down with the ongoing pressure for children to succeed, but there are many tactics parents can use to lighten the load. Here are a few simple Read More >

When should (and shouldn’t) you tutor your child?

JK Educate - April 28, 2017

When you should tutor your child In certain circumstances, tutoring can help a child reach their potential, but there always needs to be a justifiable reason to tutor. These reasons are likely to include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following situations. When achievement is consistently lower than apparent potential. Bespoke Read More >

Choosing a school – Making the most of school visits

JK Educate - August 26, 2016

In choosing a school for your child, there are many sources of information available, including: League tables GCSE and A level results and university places Ofsted or Independent Schools Council (ISC) inspection reports ‘Word of mouth’ The school prospectus and/or website The school visit (Open Days and private views) All of these can be valuable, Read More >

Top tips for moving on to senior school

JK Educate - August 26, 2016

Starting at a senior school can be hugely daunting, not least because it will often have bigger premises than a primary or prep school and students need to navigate their way around different departments between timetabled lessons. Here are some tips for helping them feel as prepared as possible for this transition: Identify and discuss Read More >

Rooney controversy over holidays in term time

JK Educate - June 29, 2016

‘Kai goes to a private school’: Coleen Rooney hits back at critics as she’s accused of taking son on holiday during term time to watch dad Wayne at the Euros. Coleen Rooney has hit back at criticism for taking her son out of school to cheer on his England star father at Euro 2016. The Read More >

The 11+ Journey

JK Educate - April 29, 2016

Enhance the experience with the range of complementary services we have developed to make the experience even more successful! Here at JK Educate, we first started the JK 11+ Journey six years ago and it has continued to evolve since then. To begin with, we would assess all of our children as usual and then Read More >

JK Focus on Reading – Dealing With Common Reading Problems

JK Educate - January 31, 2016

From our JK Literacy specialist – Most children will encounter one or more of these problems whilst learning to read. Here are some ideas on how to support your child if any of these issues arise: Lack of interest and doesn’t read widely This is very common during early years of reading. Regular reading to Read More >

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