At this point, despite the Chequers plan, everyone is still unsure on the effect of Brexit and I think we will continue to be confused until all of the fine details are hashed out and the clock has struck midnight on the 31st December 2020. However, I am going to join the hoards of people speculating what this monumental political event could mean.
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At his Stanford University commencement speech in 2005, Steve Jobs famously proclaimed that ‘the only way to do great work is to love what you do.’ So should you study what you love, or what you’re good at?
When it comes to choosing a university, A-Level students can often be overwhelmed with choice. We've put together a guide to take you through the most important things to consider when making up your mind.
Market Harborough students have already benefitted from INICIO for three years - it's now time for students across the world to have a boost in their education too! Read on to find out how we are spreading the INICIO magic...
Throughout the alma mater that is school, children are taught and encouraged to develop their learning skills, in order to grow up to be competent, well rounded and, even though we don’t like to admit it, highly employable individuals. A big part of becoming such a personage means that children must be educated on how to be independent learners. In this post we look at independant learning and what's needed for your child to become an independant learner along with the potential impact of independant learning on your child's education.