Posts in Reading
Exploring the Realms of Off-Curriculum Scientific Learning

Oxford Medical student, Rhea, discusses the benefits of exploring the advancing, fascinating world of science, alongside and beyond the science curricular syllabus through a range of scientific journals, books and magazines.

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Why Expose Students to Current Affairs?

As we enter into an increasingly compartmentalised approach to education, introducing children to current affairs has never been more vital. To engage with current affairs in our modern era allows a student to become well-informed and broadens their perspectives, developing their critical and analytical thinking skills as well as teaching them the value of free expression of opinion and the importance of debate.

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Bridging the Gap: Moving on from YA fiction to Adult and Classical Novels

Many able kids continue to read young adult and teen fiction despite its simple level that doesn’t progress much despite the age range being 13-18. Rosie (Cambridge English student) gives book suggestions for teenagers - GCSE year students that bridge the gap between YA and adult or classical novels.

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