100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding (100 Ideas for Teachers) #Books #Education #Coding #Primary

Coding comprises half of the National Curriculum strands for computing, and 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding is packed with resources that will give every teacher confidence when delivering it. The easy-to-follow and practical activities in this book will be invaluable for all teachers, whether new to coding and getting to grips with the basics, or experienced and wanting to expand their repertoire. All the ideas have been carefully selected and written to be appropriate for the widest range of pupils ages and abilities, and to be used with most coding platforms and devices making them compatible with any existing scheme. Readers can also access and download additional free resources and templates online 100 ideas is just the start!

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Fail-safe memory recall techniques for students | TES #Memory #Revision #Schools #Education 

To help your students improve their memory-recall techniques before their exams, it’s vital to understand the essential role of memory in learning.  Misconceptions are often based on rote learning and memorisation, or the mistaken notion that remembering mere titbits of knowledge is pointless in the electronic era of Google.

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King’s visits you | King’s College London #London 

The Schools and Colleges Liaison team regularly visits schools and colleges throughout the UK, attending higher education and careers fairs and delivering a range of higher education progression talks and workshops to Sixth form students and their parents. Contact us to find out which activities we can deliver to you and your students.

Higher education and careers fairs

We attend higher education and careers fairs throughout the UK for students in Years 11, 12 and 13. A highly trained team of staff or our experienced student ambassadors will be available to advise students and their parents on the opportunities available at King’s, student life, and applying to us.  If you are organising your school or college’s higher education or careers fair, please contact us as soon as you have a date! 

We also attend UCAS conventions throughout the UK in the spring and summer. Find out where you’ll be able to meet us next.

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Harrow School Revision Courses #Revision #GCSE #ALevel 

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Revision Courses

Looking for GCSE and A Level revision courses in London? Harrow School revision courses are held for ten days annually over the Easter holidays.

Harrow School Easter Revision Courses are suitable for students taking GCSE, IGCSE and A Level exams during the 2019 Summer term. They are designed to improve candidates’ grades by increasing their knowledge, refining their examination technique and by boosting confidence.

Over 90% of our students felt more confident after attending our courses last year. Many of our tutors teach at Harrow School all year round, and others teach at other reputable schools such as The John Lyon School (The same foundation as Harrow School), Radley College, Merchant Taylors’ School and Roedean School. All are selected by the same academic criteria as permanent Harrow School member staff.

The courses are easily accessible to anyone in Greater London or the Home Counties as the School is located approximately ten miles from the centre of London. Harrow on the Hill Station (Metropolitan and Chiltern Lines) is only a ten-minute walk away and offers easy connections to Central London as well as the Chilterns. South Harrow station (Piccadilly Line) is also close by.

Collingham Easter Revision course #Kensington #London #Revision #GCSE #ALevel 

Easter Revision Courses at Collingham give students a new confidence in their work for exams.

A Level and GCSE Easter Revision Courses at Collingham give students a new confidence in their work for exams.

Intensive tuition in small classes enables individual needs to be met. Groups are either Board-specific, or, where appropriate, are formed according to texts, topics, syllabus.  The courses are planned to give a clear understanding of the essentials of the syllabus and to teach exam techniques, so that students can use their knowledge to best effect.

The tutors are specialists in their fields, and some are examiners for the Boards. From the outset, the tutor assesses the student’s needs to ensure that the course builds on the student’s own term-time studies.  Advice is given about the organisation of notes and a programme of revision for the summer exams.

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