Covid Education – What Next? Bath Academy Guides Students in Uncertain Times

With recent Autumn Exam Results & upcoming January Mocks, students continue to face challenges in their education. As an independent college, Bath Academy can provide expert guidance with flexible options.

Bath Academy Interview

Vice-Principal (Academic) of Bath Academy - Liam Hocking

We chat to Bath Academy, Vice-Principal, Liam Hocking about his own school memorieswhat the Academy has to offer new students, how they coped with the pandemic and what he feels about todays education system.

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King Edward's School, Bath

Adventurous learning is at the heart of King Edward’s Pre-Prep and Nursery

King Edward’s Pre-Prep & Nursery School is known as the school for adventurous minds where every day is different and every day is brimming with creativity and fun.

Student/Parent advice

How to help your child choose their Year 10 options

It doesn't seem that long ago that you were nervously sending your child off for their first day of secondary school, and before you know it, they are faced with the task of choosing their options for Year 10.

Selecting the subjects that they will ultimately sit GCSE exams for can come with a lot of pressure; which subjects are friends taking? What path will taking these subjects lead to? Which are deemed to be the best or worst subjects? Maybe even, which teachers will I be getting?

Here are some key bits of advice that may help them below for more. 

How will the new

Turing Scheme replace Erasmus

A new £100 million scheme for students to study and work abroad will replace the UK's participation in Erasmus+.

The Turing scheme will be backed by over £100 million, providing funding for around 35,000 students in universities, colleges and schools to go on placements and exchanges overseas, starting in September 2021. Click below to see content from the Gov.UK that outlines the plans.

Education news 

Closing the 'learning gap' through catch-up tuition

Top tips to keep your children occupied and learning while homeschooling

As the UK’s schools close, once again, due to the 3rd national lockdown, many parents will be faced with the struggle of supporting their children's learning from home as well juggling work and running the home.

Nicola Anderson - Head of Customer Support at leading online tutoring service MyTutor, provides her tips to help parents cope.