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There are plenty of ways to help children to enjoy their summer holidays, whilst keeping their education ticking over.

As the summer holidays fast approach families are collectively holding their breath, waiting for that moment when the final bell goes and students are free to relax for two long months before the start of a new school year. However, whilst relaxation and recuperation are essential to ensure children have the chance to recharge, spend time outside and build up their energy levels ahead of a brand new year in September, ‘switching off’ for long periods of time is not actually that helpful, especially in academic terms.

Words Sophie Stead

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Please, Sir – You Can’t Be Seasick

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How can we maximise our daughter’s chances of getting into a competitive mixed-sex sixth form?

Ask the experts: Places in mixed sixth forms at top schools are often highly sought after, so what can...
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Top Recommended Spears 500 2016

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What should our son be doing to win a place at Cambridge university?

As schools enter the last few weeks before the summer holidays, many students will be contemplating how to spend...
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Enjoying Life

Former Headteacher of Francis Holland School Regent’s Park, Vivienne Durham, reflects on looking at education from the other side...
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The digital evolution of private tutoring

The world of private tutoring is evolving. No longer is hiring a tutor a privilege of only the very...
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Escaping the London Pressure Cooker

As demand for places outstrips supply year after year, Anya Waddington investigates ways to avoid the frenzied pressure of...
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Complete Schools Advisory Consultancy Launch

Enjoy Education, London’s leading private tuition and schools advisory company, is pleased to announce that from 12th May 2017, the schools advisory arm...
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Should I reapply to a Russell Group university next year?

The A-level exam season is currently underway. Not only does this mean last minute revision outside sports halls, but...
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