Watching the play of a text you are studying for IB/ IGCSE is immensely helpful when trying to understand context, characterisation and dramatic effectRead More›
“How can I improve my writing?”, is a question that I am often asked by students (well mostly by their parents actually!).
Reading, reading, reading is the key.. but with a socially demanding lifestyles with apparently lots of homework, where is the time for children to read a book?Read More›
Regular IB and IGCSE classes for English language and Literature, Economics, Business Management and French Also running specific literature workshops over the Easter Holidays- please see attached flyer for further detailsRead More›
America, considered a land of opportunity based on the principles of capitalism and a free market economy has seen huge and persistent profits which are largely sustainable because of a lack of healthy competition. Many firms are acting as monopolies or oligopolies with a tenth of the economy controlled by a handful of firms from dog food and batteries to airlines, credit cards and telecoms.Read More›
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, another bank to cut its lending rate to boost growthRead More›
Economics is an excellent subject to score well on as you are able to rely on formulae, graphs and definitions.
This is my list of tips that should definitely help maximise your marks… they look obvious, so make sure you don’t miss these marks.Read More›
This is my list of tips that should definitely help maximise your marks.
They look so obvious that you would be wondering why I took the trouble to post this ..yet it is amazing that so many of you keep on repeating the same mistakes again and again.
Paper 3, with its calculations and formulae (that you just need to memorise) is an excellent paper to score well on. Please take heed.Read More›
Despite feeling limited by rules that bind the EU, leaving Europe in an attempt to reclaim its sovereignty weakens Britain’s trade relationships impacting its current account deficit as the EU takes almost half of Britain’s exports. Leaving Europe could have both short and long term implications on the British economy with financial markets recognising the dangers and the UK pound falling to its lowest value against the dollar since 2009.Read More›
Do spend a few minutes a day listening to this invaluable podcast. It has a continuing story, as well as teaching you new phrases and vocabulary that will help you to succeed in both IB and IGCSE listening and oral exam papers.
The story follows the birth of his elder brother Richieu, who was poisoned by an aunt rather than face capture; how his parents were hidden by generous
poles and then betrayed to the SS as they paid to be smuggled to a safer Hungary.
listen to Art talks about the powerful sub-plot which shows the difficult relationship between father and son , and what it could be like for the child of Holocaust survivors.