Students’ Corner

  • The Art of Teaching
    The Art of Teaching 10.05.23

    Bella Nightingale, Assistant Head Teaching and Learning, at Marlborough College discusses how the College is utilising the very latest thinking to improve learning outcomes for their pupils It’s a privilege to be a teacher. The opportunity to inspire, influence, and…

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  • Artfully Educated
    Artfully Educated 19.04.23

    The arts act as a way of capturing culture and the idea of what it is to be human. L-J Andrew discovers the role this important field of study plays in modern education No matter what background, culture or class,…

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  • UK boosts girls’ access to education in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    UK boosts girls’ access to education in the Democratic Republic of Congo 20.03.23

    Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell, launches a new programme to support 60,000 children to access education in the Kasai province in the DRC. new UK programme to increase girls’ access to education in Kasai, one of the Democratic…

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  • Misconceptions About Higher Education Abroad
    Misconceptions About Higher Education Abroad 18.11.22

    Due to the sheer disparity in educational facilities and standards that have traditionally existed between developing and developed countries, higher education mobility has been unidirectional — from developing to developed. The advantages of studying abroad are numerous: from higher-quality education…

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  • Results Review
    Results Review 11.10.22

    After exams were sat for the first time in three years, L-J Andrew investigates the effect on this year’s GCSE results Students this year faced a prospect that hasn’t been heard of over the last few years; having results graded…

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  • Minds Matter
    Minds Matter 10.10.22

    The UK government has recently announced it is setting up an education committee to examine children’s mental health and wellbeing, Abode2 gets more detail The cross-party Committee will use the session to question experts on how the pandemic has impacted…

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  • Gap Year Growth
    Gap Year Growth 12.09.22

     By Tia Van Loggerenberg Sometimes, starting university right after high school isn’t for you. Maybe you aren’t sure what to study, you want to travel and experience the world before getting back on the academic treadmill, or there are personal…

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  • Lockdown Love
    Lockdown Love 07.01.22

    By Zara Mckinlay Edinburgh University After spending a year locked up inside my student flat, my gaze has turned inward and I have started romanticising almost everything in sight. (Definitely not my flatmates though so sorry to disappoint if you…

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  • Buzzy Bees for Biodiversity
    Buzzy Bees for Biodiversity 10.09.21

    By Finn Leonetti of Merchiston Castle School Here at School, we have a beautiful site which is brilliantly maintained. However, this does not always benefit insects and pollinators such as bees. Therefore, there are a few sites on the school…

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