We may not always be aware of it, but every one of us learns in a different way. Although some learn best from reading textbooks, others may prefer to listen to their notes, or use flashcards. At INICIO we ensure that every child, no matter how they learn, can get the most out of their education with exercises designed to suit their unique personality. But how do you find out your child’s preferred learning style, and how do you use it to their advantage?
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We know that choosing a secondary school is a big and sometimes difficult decision. At INICIO, our students come from schools all over Leicestershire so we've put together a guide to all of the local secondary schools.
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?
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.
We all know how we feel when we haven't had enough sleep - whether we've been out having fun or up in the night with poorly or restless kids, the effects are the same. We're really not on top of our game the next day.