How to Get Started on Creating Your Professional Portfolio

Dear Educator, Building your portfolio is a good way to take charge of your personal development and develop your career profile. It must start with self reflection and consciously reviewing your career profile. What are your goals as a education professional? What do you want to be known for – Subject Specialism, Examiner, Peer Trainer, […]

World Autism Awareness Day 2021 – Let’s Encourage More Inclusiveness in Our Schools

Both my children have had the distinct PRIVILEGE of attending an inclusive school. A school environment where both typical children and children with special educational needs learn together in the SAME classroom. Yes – they played, ate lunch, worked with and learnt with other children living with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome etc This means […]

How GCSE and A-Level Grades will be awarded this year.

Eagerly awaited news, finally confirming alternative arrangements for the earlier cancelled 2021 GCSE and A-Level exams. Communication from the Department for Education details these keys points: Students will have grades that are determined and awarded by teachers. Detailed guidance will be provided by exam boards to support teachers. Whatever assessment is deployed will be based […]

Considering a UK Boarding School for your child?

The International Education Week (IEW) runs from November 16-20 this year. The event focuses on celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. I thought to share with you why our study abroad service focuses specifically on UK Boarding Schools and why we believe it will be a beneficial experience for your child. Here […]