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Michael Gove meets Lorrae and Katie to talk education On 31st March, we were delighted to be invited to a private meeting with Michael Gove, mixing education with politics; Lorrae pictured next to Michael and Katie taking the photo! It was a pleasure for us to meet him and get to grips with educational issues. Read More >
11 + Maths Problems
solving summer holiday workshops…. With CEM and others trying to make 11+ exams “tutor-proof”, more questions are going to need a problem-solving mindset. We have found this to be a relatively weak area for many students who are sitting their entrance exams in September and January, so we are offering a special workshop to address Read More >
Should I be thinking about a scholarship for my child?
Most scholarships are offered solely on outstanding academic performance of the child – those that come top in their exams or display a particular talent. No additional examinations are set for these academic awards and it is not necessary to apply for them as they will be offered by the school automatically if they feel Read More >
Congratulations to all of our 11+ students!!!
Our students and tutors have consistently worked hard and the results have been excellent. What has made our results so successful? Preparing for the 11+ is an extremely specialised task for the resilient and not the faint hearted. Children need to be prepared to work really hard, give up lots of their free time, take Read More >
Happy at school
How do you know if your child would pass the state selective secondary 11 + exams and then be happy at school? This question is critical when considering the state selective secondary school options for your child. Are all children suitable for state selective secondary schools? Definitely not. It’s an incredibly challenging exam and journey Read More >
To provide an insight into dyscalculia and what it entails, we commissioned a short film‘….Sorry, Wrong Number’ with Professor Butterworth and Alex Gabbay. Dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties. Children with dyscalculia find calculating using the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) difficult. Approximately three to six percent of the population are affected. These children Read More >