The digital age of innocence

Whether you wholeheartedly embrace progress or are mistrustful of the trappings of modernity, the technological wheel will inevitably continue to turn. From gadgets to gaming, as adults, we barely think twice before reaching for one of our different digital devices.

Most of us would be lost without the tools of technology which help to make life’s myriad daily commitments more manageable. From business to networking,

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New self-help book aims to plug the gaps in the English language

Jill Bray drew on her years of experience in researching and teaching the English language, her greatest expertise and love, and wrote English Essentials Explained: How to Properly Master the English Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation – and so much more, which is a 160-pages self-help book.

This book, which costs £8 + shipping and is available from Amazon or from Jill Bray’s website http://englishessentialsexplained.com, is

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Children missing out on free school meals in Scunthorpe

According to the latest figures, over a quarter of children from poverty stricken families in Scunthorpe are missing out on a hot meal by not being eligible for free school dinners. The data has been collated by the The Children’s Society, which shows that 900 children in the town aren’t eligible for the free meals, despite being within the definition of poverty. This number equates

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Derbyshire school uses modern technology to stamp out bullying

Derbyshire school uses modern technology to stamp out bullying

Derbyshire’s Tupton Hall School have started using the Contact Group’s Text Someone that encourages young people to get in touch via email or text as the latest step in their campaign to stamp out bullying.

Victims of bullying or anti social behaviour can report the incidents 24/7 and it links directly to the schools involved

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The Independent Schools Show Evolution Centre, Battersea Park, London.

A show which is going to see some of the most significant independent schools in the country in attendance, is about to take place, and many traditional co-educational schools in the country, such as Marlborough College, are going to be in attendance.

There are also other smaller independent schools which are going to be in attendance, many of which offer specific bursary programmes in order

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A look at the education offered by private prep schools

Independent or private prep schools often charge a fee for offering education that also follows the National Curriculum. Today there are over 2,500 private schools spread out across the UK and they are usually known to offer better learning facilities when you look at the stats of local state run schools.

Primary schools that are private oftentimes are also able to offer great pupil-teacher ratios

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Family literacy programme takes off in spectacular fashion

Family literacy programme takes off in spectacular fashion

The unique approach to working on early literacy within families where the children develop both their language skills and the ability to read and write, has exceeded all expectations and is a massive success.

The University of Sheffield’s researchers, which were funded by the ESRC, Economic and social Research Council, had initially planned to use the

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Making sure you choose the best boarding school for your child

Sending your child to boarding school is a big decision in itself but once you have made this decision then an even bigger one must be made in choosing the right school for your child. There are so many things to be taken into consideration and you need to do your research thoroughly and carefully.

The location of the school is very important and you

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Primary schools not up to scratch when teaching kids about different cultures

Primary schools not up to scratch when teaching kids about different cultures

Even though there is a more diverse society in Britain than ever before, the new research that has been commissioned by Petra’s Planet reveals that more than 56% of parents who have children in primary school think that their kids are being educated enough about other cultures. Petra’s Planet in a virtual

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New book aims to increase the chances of a successful admission to Oxbridge

New book aims to increase the chances of a successful admission to Oxbridge

A doctor at University Hospital Aintree, who attended Cambridge University, has recently released a book which is going to give people the secrets about how to win a place at either Oxford or Cambridge.

He himself graduated from Cambridge and in the last five years he has spent a great deal

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