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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Looking Ahead to GCSEs and A Levels in 2021

JK Educate - July 16th, 2020

This is a time of great uncertainty for pupils of all ages, but especially for those who should have been sitting public exams this year or will be sitting them in 2021. Students who missed out on taking their exams face uncertainty about the grades they will be awarded; those starting Year 11 or Year Read More >

Learning at Home During the Pandemic

JK Educate - April 7th, 2020

  Download our free home learning pack by clicking the link below: Lockdown Education Information and Resources for Parents   The COVID-19 pandemic and the measures put in place to slow the spread of the disease have thrown families together and changed the way that everyone is working, socialising and studying. These are worrying times, but Read More >

New Online Home Mentoring Service Launched to Support Parents

JK Educate - March 30th, 2020

For many families, this is the second week of home schooling, working with the support sent home from school.  We have been hearing from our families that sometimes they are confused, stressed and worried about managing it all, at a time when they least need it. It can be especially difficult when parents are trying to work Read More >

JK Response to Latest Government Announcement

JK Educate - March 17th, 2020

The government has announced on Monday 16th March that they are keeping schools open, but will be ‘keeping it under review’.  At JK Educate we have online tutoring support already in place to support your children as and when you need it, using our online teaching platform with it interactive whiteboard and document sharing facilities. Read More >

Supporting Children’s Mental Health

JK Educate - March 16th, 2020

Reflecting on Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week (3rd to 9th February 2020), we would like to take some time to explore the vital issue of child wellbeing and mental health. Resilience and Bravery The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week was Find your Brave. This is how Place2Be explain this on their website: “Life often Read More >

Choosing your Child’s Next School

JK Educate - March 9th, 2020

It can be daunting and bewildering to choose a new school for your child, whether it’s a change in school driven by a family relocation, or the move from primary to secondary education.  Armed with the right information and your in-depth knowledge of your own child, however, it is possible to identify the ideal school Read More >

JK Educate Offers Free Tutoring to Students in Wuhan

JK Educate - March 4th, 2020

Online tutoring is proving to be an ideal way of teaching students who are in isolation because of the new coronavirus and unable to attend school. The interactive technology of an online classroom allows teaching to take place with a shared screen, allowing tutors and students to upload documents, write together, see each other and Read More >

CHRISTMAS AND THE GIFT OF READING

JK Educate - December 23rd, 2019

The Christmas holidays are the ideal time for family fun, great food, party games and outings. The learning needn’t stop at this time, but it should be kept fun and festive, especially for young children. Classic board games help reading skills and improve word power, from Boggle to Scrabble or Articulate, and others such as Read More >

HELPING YOUR CHILD TO LEARN

JK Educate - November 11th, 2019

Parents generally want their children to learn well and enjoy learning. There are often also the concerns of school entrance exams, external exam results and the attainment of a good university degree, but the ability to learn is a more fundamental and important consideration. It doesn’t come naturally to every child and parents often want Read More >

THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERVIEW PREPARATION FOR ALL AGES

JK Educate - October 1st, 2019

Who Interviews and Why? Independent school admissions interviews can apply to every age group from 4+ to sixth form, and some universities use interviews too. There is a real benefit in preparing students to know what to expect, and how to manage themselves on the day. Some parents query whether children need to prepare for Read More >

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