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The no 7

How to work with Angles: Part 2

Apparently most people’s favourite number is 7! Seven does have many familiar connections. There are seven days in the week and seven wonders of the world, seven colours of the

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How to work with Angles: Part 1

If you enter Pi to two decimal places (3.14) in your calculator and look at it in the mirror, you’ll see it spells ‘pie’. Grab yourself a piece of pie

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Ionic bonding

How to work with Ionic Bonding: Part 1

When you get into the bath, the water level goes up – you would expect it to. But if you pour a handful of salt (for example sodium chloride)  into

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Red blood cell

How to work with Cell Biology: Part 2

120      This is the how many days, approximately, a human red blood cell lives. Other cell types have different lifespans, ranging from a few weeks for some skin cells

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Bacterium

How to work with Cell Biology: Part 1

Half human, half microbe! Scientists used to think that bacteria and other microbes in our body outnumber our own cells by about ten to one. However it is now thought

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Mathematics

How to work with Algebra: Part 5

When the English mathematician Augustus de Morgan was asked for his age, he would reply, “I was x years of age in the year x²” (He was 43 in 1849!!) Algebra is used in

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Drop of water and goldfish

How to work with Homeostasis: Part 3

There are many amazing facts about water. Did you know? Goldfish remember things better in cold water than warm water. There are more atoms in a teaspoon of water than

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SMile

Celebrating 2018 Exam Results

A massive congratulations to all our students and to our tutors for some amazing results this year! New, tougher exams are in place for both A Level and GCSE exams.

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Hiccups

How to work with Homeostasis: Part 2

There are many old wive’s tales and home remedies for curing hiccups from holding your breath to swallowing a glass of water, but have you ever heard of dry swallowing

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Cool as cucumber

How to work with Homeostasis: Part 1

Ever wondered where the simile “As cool as a cucumber” comes from? They are cool to the touch and apparently the inside of a cucumber can be as much as

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Blackboard with pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

How to work with Algebra: Part 4

At 45 letters, “pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis” , which refers to a lung disease, is considered by some to be the longest word in English. It is, however, a made up word, invented

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Fear of number 13

How to work with Algebra: Part 3

Triskaidekaphobia is fear of the number 13!   Logophobia is  the fear of words! Or maybe you have nomophobia – the fear of being without your mobile phone!! If you have

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The quick brown fox

How to work with Algebra: Part 2

“The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog” The sentence above is a PANGRAM – it contains all 26 letters of the alphabet! Algebra is much easier, you don’t

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How to work with Algebra: Part 1

  The longest word in English which doesn’t use the letter E is floccinaucinihilipilification. Imagine having to spell that in an exam! Try using all those letters to practise algebra

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Back in a Jiffy

How to do Fractions

“I’ll be back in a jiffy” If anyone says this to you –  expect them back soon! In electronics – a JIFFY is the time between cycles of alternating current

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Faith M Christmas Card Competition Design Entry

Christmas Card Designs Gallery

At the end of last year we ran a Christmas card competition to help raise awareness for the African Refugee Education Project. Mr Nigel Lea-Wilson, Trustee of the AREP Charity,

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Christmas Card Competition Advert

Christmas Card Competition 2017

It’s time to put your artistic talent to good use and design your very own Christmas Card for a chance to win £50 in vouchers for yourself and £250 for

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Chemical glassware reaction rates

Uncovering the Chemistry behind Reaction Rates

The rate of a reaction is the number of successful collisions occurring between reactants within a certain amount of time. It is determined by the collision theory. This theory states

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revision

Revision Techniques from an A* Student

Having recently completed my A Levels and achieving 3 A*s, I’ve decided to share some of my revision tips that worked for me and hopefully they’ll work for you too!

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Back to school – how to start the year as a ‘grade 9’ student

It is that time of year again when the long summer nights begin to draw in and the start of the new school year approaches. Don’t worry, make sure that

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Celebrating our fantastic exam results for 2017

Congratulations to our students and tutors for the remarkable results that have been achieved this year. We’ve had some amazing exam results from our GCSE and A Level students. Despite

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Switch On To Business magazine interview

We were lucky enough to be featured in a recent edition of Switch On To Business magazine, a Merseyside commerce, culture and lifestyle publication. You can read the article in

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