With extra marks available in subjects like English, History, Geography and RE for Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar, it’s worth taking some time to get to grips with it all.
Does your child struggle to remember
there they’re their grammar?
Grab our free printable booklet!
This 8 page booklet covers commonly misspelt words, common grammar issues, and that all-important….
‘To apostrophe or not to apostrophe? That is the question!”
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Schools, in my experience, are better at advising students than they are at advising parents, and let’s face it, teenagers aren’t often the best communicators.
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