If the *shudder* unthinkable happens and you find yourself holding a family meeting with much hand wringing and chest beating it can mean only one thing - your child has confessed to not wanting to go to university. 'How could this happen?', you ask yourself, 'we have books, they eat brie etc etc etc.' Well … Continue reading What to do if my child doesn’t want to go to university?
Month: November 2017
The Oxbridge interviews loom, how can you best prepare? 8 Top tips.
It is fast approaching 'that time of year' - not Christmas although yes, Christmas of course - gone is the humdrum spookiness of Halloween only to be replaced instantaneously by a cornucopia of tinsel festooned supermarkets, each gaudier than the last and insisting on a live countdown until the damp squib of the day itself. … Continue reading The Oxbridge interviews loom, how can you best prepare? 8 Top tips.
Talk Health Partnership Part Deux (2nd collaborative blog) – What can parents do to help support their kids?
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‘First among equals’ is just a nice idea and a lousy Jeffrey Archer novel as elitism accusations claim more scalps.
As Oxbridge backs into a corner, flitting between meek surrender and cowering under the weight of its own impossibly storied edifice, feebly swatting away the claims of parochial southern elitism another report comes out today about the Clarendon Schools and their propulsion of their pupils to the power elite. Whilst it may well be common … Continue reading ‘First among equals’ is just a nice idea and a lousy Jeffrey Archer novel as elitism accusations claim more scalps.