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The issue of Primary school homework is one of the most contentious in education. A quick scan of the newspapers and social networking sites reveals an ongoing debate that never seems to reach any kind of resolution, not least because the four parties involved (policy-makers, schools, parents and the children themselves) rarely see eye-to-eye on the matter. For policy-makers - usually several steps removed from the classroom - homework is often perceived as a panacea f

 Correct spelling is a strong base for written communication. It plays a very important role in improving your overall language skills. Poor spellings can mar your reputation and interfere with success. It is essential to polish this skill at a young age. Nevertheless, if you haven't yet ...

Preschool is the ideal time to develop and enhance students' understanding of written and spoken language. The letters of the alphabet are the basic building blocks that lie at the heart of communication, both spoken and written.

It's somewhat of a nuisance to carry around but I don't go to any of my schools without it. Don't leave home without it

As a child I knew my place. I did not interrupt adults when they were talking, I said please and thank you, and I understood that as a child I could not confront adults. In some respects I kept my place out of fear and in others out of respect.

Many of us are either thinking of becoming a mentor or are already involved in some kind of a mentoring relationship (either formally or informally). Yet very few of us have ever received formal training on how to be a mentor. As mentors we do our best to help our mentees.