Literature and Education Archive

The Origins of the English Family Sunday Lunch

It’s an integral part of our weekend that we all look forward to – the Sunday lunch. Whether we’ve gone for a quite one at the pub, or we’ve got all the family over for a big roast, it’s just one of those things that make us feel at home. What’s more, it’s a great […]

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Students Learn Better When They’re Having Fun

It’s good to know that schools are now moving towards a different approach to education. There was a time when teachers deemed students to be like sponges that absorb everything they say. Today, teachers are the facilitators inside the class. They’re not the only source of knowledge. Students discover the meaning of what they’re studying […]

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What are the Educational Requirements of Children with Learning Difficulties (SEN)?

Education helps prepare the next generation for what we expect the future to be. In the UK we are fortunate to have an education system, offering great grounding for children generally speaking. But how well are we at fulfilling the educational requirements of those with learning difficulties? However, the experience of learning can come with […]

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What Your Grown-Up Kids need in order to Succeed in

If you are a parent with a child that is all grown up, and they are about to head to university, there are a number of ways you can help them prepare and succeed for the next period of their lives.

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Planning your day as a Teaching Assistant

There is no disputing that Teaching Assistants play an integral role in the day-to-day running of the classroom. Without them, teachers would find it much harder to manage the class and ensure that all of their students – no matter their abilities – are fully supported and heard.

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