Many of us will remember how we had a supremely excellent teacher as a young student, turning on the lights of academia and lifting us out of the cloudy haze of confusion. Despite now having better trained teachers and smaller class sizes
Slow and Steady Wins The Race
Revision for exams can be overwhelming when you think about how to cover everything you need to know. With good planning and a structured approach, you can break up your study sessions and make
The prolonged agony of Brexit deadlines has been extended yet again until 31st October 2019. Whilst British MPs continue to debate a withdrawal agreement, the Europeans shake their heads incredulously at Westminster shenanigans. Fortunately, however, uncertainty over the outcome of Brexit talks is
KUALA LUMPUR, 26 October 2018 – The British Education and Schools Show in Asia (BESSA) recently launched its inaugural Malaysian show at The Gardens Hotel, Kuala Lumpur after gaining much success in Singapore for three consecutive years. BESSA was officially opened
With well-being and mental health a current hot topic amongst teenagers, BESSA speaks to Harry Hammond about pastoral care in boarding schools. Hammond has been a housemaster for 12 years, teaches chemistry and is currently Senior Master at Radley College.
BESSA is just around the corner! Here are some questions parents should think about asking when speaking to the school representatives you will meet.
Where exactly is the school located? Is it in an urban or rural setting?
The Director of Admissions at Shrewsbury School, Martin Cropper, answers a series of FAQs about the admissions process at his boarding school, giving us a snapshot of what prospective students can typically expect to encounter when making an application to the UK.
The way your child studies can have a huge impact on their motivation to learn and ultimately on their educational outcomes and academic success. Not only are these skills a critical ingredient for achieving higher exam grades, they are tools acquired for life-long