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9 February 2021   - Rose
Like all social media platforms YouTube can provide hours of entertainment but it can also prove to be quite a distraction particularly whilst studying! However that doesn’t have to be the case as YouTube today is a super diverse ...
1 February 2021   - Natasha
Hedgehogs have recently been classed as vulnerable, on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List for British Mammals, it is vital that we act in order to save this animal. In order to do our ...
26 January 2021   - Rose
Happy New Year! And Happy New Lockdown! Looking for ways to feel all your free time? Here are our top suggestions!Stroke petsFeeling stressed? Stroke your pet! It has been proven to lower blood pressure and lower your stress levels, ...
18 January 2021   - Rose
If you’ve never used TikTok before then you might think it is a waste of time and only full of dances and trends, but you would be wrong! Like all social media platforms TikTok is diverse in its content ...
4 January 2021   - Natasha
I am a parent of two daughters. One decided to go to university and one has gained qualifications through an apprenticeship so I hope my experience will give a balanced view.Supporting your child through the process of searching and ...
21 October 2020   - Rose
Today’s recipe is a simple warming dhal that is healthy and flavoursome! It is perfect for this time of year when the weather is turning on the colder side and the spice levels can be easily adjusted depending on ...
12 August 2020   - Jack
A Level results day can be nerve-racking for parents and carers as well as students. Try your best to ignore the headlines around this year’s results day. What matters tomorrow is your young person’s grades and the university ...
3 August 2020   - Sarah
A Level results day is next week, and I can imagine it’s on some of your minds quite a bit. Will you get into your first choice uni? Did using predicted grades make a difference? In all of these ...
6 July 2020   - Sarah
As we get closer to Results Day, it’s becoming more likely that it will be a little different to previous years. A-Level and GCSE students haven’t sat physical exams this year and many open days have been moved ...

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