5 Top Tips For Creating a Strong Study Plan

5 Top Tips For Creating a Strong Study Plan

What are the secrets to creating a strong study plan? It’s very easy to become flustered and overwhelmed when looking at a big pile of books, pads full of notes, a blank stash of flashcards and a long list of subjects to master. When that happens, it’s incredibly hard to study productively or systematically as […]

What Should I Do If My Child is Being Bullied?

What Should I Do If My Child is Being Bullied?

What Should I Do If My Child is Being Bullied? If your child is subject to bullying, it can be a challenging situation to mediate. However, there are steps you can take to ensure your child is supported. Maintaining open dialogues with your child and their teacher is key. As well as equipping your child […]

How Do I Know If My Child Is Being Bullied?

How Do I Know If My Child Is Being Bullied?

How do I know if my child is being bullied? Bullying is a serious problem in many schools in the UK, with cyberbullying being a growing and major cause for concern as internet access continues to increase. 27% of those who experience bullying specified that the type of bullying they experienced was cyberbullying and across […]

My Child Has Been Accused of Bullying

Child Has Been Accused of Bullying

My child has been accused of bullying – what should I do? We’ve put together an article full of advice about the practical steps you can take in response to this. 1. When you get a call from the school that your child has been accused of bullying Being called into school to be told […]

Ofqual Releases New Exam Stress Guidance For Pupils

The exam regulator Ofqual has released new guidance for pupils to help them cope with the stress of exams as the summer exam season looms. The guidance says that ‘exam stress is not necessarily a bad thing’ – which seems to contradict some of the statement made by the chair of Ofqual, Roger Taylor in […]

Great Breakfasts For Teens During Exam Season

Exam season is here again and if you have teens in the house, that means a few things – mornings will be busier than ever, your offspring will likely be more stressed and irritated and a great breakfast is crucial. Finding time to prepare a cooked breakfast each morning is unrealistic for most households but […]

6 helpful ways to support your child’s studies over Christmas

support your child's studies over Christmas

Here at SchoolOnline we often get asked by parents about how they can support their child’s studies over the Christmas period. We have 6 top tips for you on this topic that will come in handy as 2021 draws to a close. How you can support your child’s studies over Christmas Of course, Christmas is […]

Brain Food for Exams (That Children Will Actually Want to Eat!)

Boosting brain power just before exams or revisions sessions doesn’t just mean offering a plentiful supply of water or poached salmon, there are plenty of other ways that parents can help promote better health, concentration and keep their children away from the energy drinks and junk food that will do little to help them to […]

Top Tips for Creating a Study Schedule

Helping your child prepare for important exams isn’t just about nagging them to step away from their games consoles or buying as many study guides as you possibly can. Helping them to get organised makes the task of revision far less daunting and can help them gain confidence in the subjects they’ll be assessed for. […]

Healthy Habits to Prepare For the New School Year

The glorious summer days are getting very slightly shorter, there’s a hint of cooler days in the air, and you may even have seen an amber coloured leaf blowing across the ground. All of this can mean only one thing; summer is leaving us and autumn is on its way and with that comes a […]