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[ 3 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Coursework writing is essential for trainees or students for learning purpose. Students have to complete this assignment for good grades. Writing style, content, and structure may vary from dissertations to dissertations. Academic coursework can affect the scores or grades of a student. You may get several weeks to complete this work. Students can use the internet, notes, and textbooks for research. Beginners can get the advantage of coursework writing service.
University students have to complete coursework to enhance their research skills, demonstrate and broaden their knowledge. Sometimes, coursework involves a group …

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[ 25 Feb 2019 | No Comment ]

As a parent, it’s quite normal for you to constantly put the needs of your child or children first. You are constantly worrying and considering what is best for them and their future, which means your own needs often get pushed aside. If you have been feeling like you wish you could advance in your career, or even make a career change but just don’t have the educational background to make it happen, then it may be time to think of going back to school. And here’s the really surprising …

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[ 20 Feb 2019 | No Comment ]

Considering stepping back into the educational ring with aspirations of fighting your way to the top of the career ladder? Wondering whether to study online via distance learning or at a bricks and mortar university?
You’re not alone.  
While there’s a certain attraction to studying for a degree as you lounge around in your underwear eating chips and glancing over your shoulder at Bargain Hunt or Countdown, it requires as much dedication (if not more) to succeed when compared to a traditional campus-based degree.
Both online and traditional learning have …

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[ 7 Dec 2018 | No Comment ]

No matter where you live in the world, one of the issues with modern education seems to be that we are not teaching our children to be leaders. Many parents in both the UK and the United States claim that we rely too heavily on technology without giving our youth the tools they need to think for themselves and to think outside the box. This is something which can never be said about schools like Maricourt Catholic High School because they have prided themselves on quality education from the very …

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[ 27 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Grad school is hard for most people but for those who also have a family to look after, it can be even more difficult. Of course, it is not impossible to get through grad school as a parent, many people do it every day. This is why we are going to give you some tips on how you can survive and thirve. Make sure to keep reading if you’d like to find out more.
Start Application Prep Early
The first hurdle that you are going to need to get through as a …

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[ 26 Sep 2018 | No Comment ]

Although an exciting time, the majority of students find some aspects of the transition to university challenging – but it’s important to remember that there’s always support available.
Dr Debbie Porteous, Associate Head of Department at Northumbria University, Newcastle, recently carried out research into the transition from A Levels into Higher Education and here she shares some of the steps parents can take to help their child during the transition from school to university:
 Follow the guidance on what to bring
 There’s always that temptation to go shopping and buy as many provisions …

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[ 19 Feb 2018 | No Comment ]

(Hint: ask them to read this article)
By Edd Williams, careers expert and author of Is Your School Lying To You?
Are you Experienced?
‘Experience is one thing you can’t get for nothing.’ Oscar Wilde
Experience in this instance is less to do with age and how many times you’ve been around the block but rather the value of the activities you’ve taken part in, the situations you’ve put yourself in and what you’ve learnt from them. Doing something without learning from it can’t reasonably be considered an experience – it’s just something you …

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[ 13 Dec 2017 | No Comment ]
Pssst! Please pass this on to your teens (Is Your School Lying To You?)

Compromise. Trade off. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. Burning the candle at both ends. Any way you phrase it, the work-life balance is hard and getting harder and despite more companies embracing flexible working, there’s always the uncertainty that not being in the office is giving your co-workers a professional advantage over you. On paper, we’re around the middle of the pack when it comes to working hours but that doesn’t take into account the £31.5 BILLION we give our employers in unpaid overtime, working through lunch, staying late and …

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[ 5 Sep 2017 | No Comment ]

Guest post by Stacey Turner, Mum, Teacher and Author of ‘I’m Going To Nursery’ and other books in the My Tiny Book series
As a professional I have helped many children to overcome separation fears and settle at nursery and during the early years of primary school. It’s much more common than people think, and even in those children who don’t usually suffer, all children have the wobbles at some time! I have undertaken a lot of research and I’ve been through an extreme situation of separation anxiety that was borderline …

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[ 27 Aug 2016 | No Comment ]
Back to school sleep tips – the countdown starts now

Late nights, long lie ins and days without structure are just some of the joys the summer holidays bring kids – but it also plays havoc on their sleep patterns.
“As the start of a new school year looms, now is the time to get children back into their regular sleep routines,” said Lisa Artis of The Sleep Council.
“It’s not uncommon to find that the long break disrupts bed and wake up times. However routine is key for a good night’s kip and in order to readjust sleep patterns, specialists recommend …