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Online interview – the future!

Imagine the scene The year is 2621 and you have just graduated from the University of Earth. You had applied for a job at the…

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Your 13-year-old need a CV!

Yes, you heard right, thirteen-year-old. We all know that when a young person is looking for part-time or full-time work, they are told they need…

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New service launching soon by Gold Medal Tuition

I am excited to be announcing the launch of a new service. This year has been challenging for everyone but in particular young people. Finding…

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Why online tuition works
Why online tuition works!

A lot to the tuition carried out by the tutors of Gold Medal Tuition were face to face. It accounted for the majority of the…

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Covid 19 and Tuition

Covid 19 has changed the way private tuition is being conducted. All face to face tuition, tuition in groups and in centres are now looking…

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Exciting news for Gold Medal Tuition

We have some exciting news. We still can’t believe this and this has come as a complete and utter surprise! Gold Medal Tuition has been…

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What to consider when visiting a secondary school for your child

For those of you who have children starting in year 6, this year is the most important year for your child. They have the SAT’s…

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Gold Medal Tuition is a member of The Tutors’ Association

We are excited to announce that Gold Medal Tuition is a member of The Tutors’ Association. The Tutors’ Association is a UK recognised professional body…

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GCSE
Tips for parent with child preparing for 11 plus exams

Here are some tips for those parents who has a child preparing for the 11 plus exams in September. Before exam day Plan your route…

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Phonics in school: is it working?

While searching the internet, I came across this article. It suggests that the government focus on phonics as a way of helping children to read,…

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Tutoring Opportunities
Building Resilience in Children

As parents, we want the best for our children. To be happy, do well at school, have good friends and thrive in an ever changing…

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Home schooling – an alternative to tradtional education.

I’ve recently met a group of parents who are home schooling their children. They expressed a number of reasons of why they were doing it;…

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Local school providing workshops for parents

I recently attended a workshop for parents that were being presented at a local school, Prince of Wales, in Enfield. The topic was how to…

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Home schooling – is it a new trend in educating our children?

Recently I’ve met a group of parents who had decided to home school their children to the age of seven. Home schooling is more common in the…

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GCSE
GCSE results: English pass rates fall for the first time, what does this mean?

GCSE results are out. Was it what your child expected and needed? An interesting article in The Guardian this week showed that English pass rates…

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Summer reading challenge

My son received a good school report recently, especially with his reading. As a reward we got him to choose of his choice to buy.…

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Learning Disabilities Series – Dyspraxia

As I’ve have been asked by parents on how to confirm Dyspraxia in their child, I thought it would be a good idea to make it the next…

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Top tips for keeping learning alive over the summer

With the summer holidays around the corner, one of the many things on the minds of parents is not only how to keep the little…

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Spotting signs of Dyslexia in your child

I came across an article in the Daily Mail, about Dyslexia, which I thought was interesting.The full story can be viewed in the link below:…

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Online learning: tutors at your fingertips

  Online learning: tutors at your fingertips   With schools increasingly working with virtual providers, guided learning online is a cost-effective way to get educational…

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Learning Disabilities Series – Dyslexia

Learning disabilities series – Dyslexia I have been asked by a number of mums about learning disabilities and what to do if they suspect their…

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Revision tips for the upcoming exams

Hello everyone, Things have been very busy of late and the exam session is rapidly approaching. As stressful as it is for the student, parents…

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GCSE
10 Habits of High Effective Students

It’s that dreaded time of the year – EXAM TIME! Students around the country are getting out the school books, preparing study plans and are…

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Ideas for Half Term

Half term is here and the old age question ‘what are we going to do with the little darlings?’ has raised its head again. While…

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Reading with your child – Top tips

Hi and welcome to another Friday blog. I don’t know about you but I find getting my 7 year old son to read can be…

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Children’s learning: How hard should you push your child?

Hello and welcome to the site. A new year and a new site. The information that will be available here is taken from various sources,…

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A-levels day: 10 mistakes parents make when reacting to results

It’s a tense moment for families when exam results arrive. Emotions are running high. It’s not just the students who are under pressure. How should…

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How to pass exams

Revision techniques vary by the individual, and are best tailored after assessing the individuals’ preferred learning style. The following links provide some guidance on how…

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Change to Teachers Pay and Union action

The Government Spending Review and continued austerity programme is resulting in significant unrest amongst teachers. This is resulting in calls for industrial action across schools…

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Will the Changes in school funding affect you?

As part of the Government spending review the way schools receive their funding is changing. Whilst this will lead to a significant increase in funding…

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Comprehensive Schools fail the Brightest pupils?

In many areas the only choice for parents is the Local Comprehensive. A recent Ofsted report has suggested that in many of these schools the…

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Road Traffic Safety and Children

Please ensure that your children are aware of the dangers of being distracted by a mobile phone whilst travelling on our roads. Mobile phones are…

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Comprehensive Schools fail the Brightest pupils?

In many areas the only choice for parents is the Local Comprehensive. A recent Ofsted report has suggested that in many of these schools the…

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GCSE
New GSCE structure and content

Michael Gove’s GCSE reporms – a complete guide

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Tutoring Opportunities
Tutoring Opportunities

Contact us via the enquiries tab for more information regarding tutoring opportunities in the North London and surrounding areas.

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Welcome

Welcome to Gold Medal Tuition. We will be launching an exciting new tutor agency in North London offering bespoke one to one home learning solutions.

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