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  • Inside this e-book you’ll find our top advice on preparing your child for an 11+. 13+ or scholarship interview and further tips to help you through the entry process into a grammar or independent senior school.
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  • Introduction to the UK Education System is a digital guide for international parents considering UK education for their children. It covers topics such as types of school and qualification, who the UK governing bodies are, school ages and years, questions to ask when visiting a school and interview advice, as well as how to apply to independent schools in the UK. INCLUDES OUR RESOURCE ‘QUESTIONS TO ASK ON A SCHOOL VISIT’
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  • A digital guide on the sixth form application process. This 30 page e-book covers a range of topics including how and when to apply, whether to move school for sixth form, state or independent, how to make subject choices for A level or IB diploma, what curriculum to choose, how to prepare for interviews and entry exams, and accepting your offer. Also includes a sixth form edition of ‘Questions to ask on a school visit’ as well as interview practice questions.
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  • Applying for financial aid can be a daunting process – but don’t worry. Inside this booklet, we explain the differences between a scholarship and a bursary, how they are assessed, what an education grant is and where to find one that suits you, and our top tips on making a financial aid application.
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  • Audiopi produce audio tutorials and podcasts that cover GCSE and A Level subject modules, aligned to the curriculum so the students have a resource which mirrors all they need to know across the subjects they are studying. Their podcasts are an easy access, educational resource that can be listened to at a time and place that suits.
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    • An effective guide to revision that works!
    • Make sure all of your pupils/children are fully prepared for their exams.
    • From revision timetables to top revision tips. The Oaka revision guide can help your child get the grade they deserve!
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  • This information-packed help sheet explains the timeline of education in the UK, from the age children start school until they reach University. Includes school ages, exam dates and questions to ask yourself throughout your child’s education to better prepare for the future.
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  • The idea of boarding school is one bound to bring out a variety of responses and opinions from any parent – we challenge you to put aside any worries and doubts you may have with this short booklet on the benefits of modern boarding schools and why you may want to consider boarding as an option.
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  • With so many options out there, it’s difficult to decide what is most important to you when choosing a school for your child. Co-ed or single sex? Day or boarding? What age do you change schools and should they study locally or not? This advice-packed FREE resource will help you filter down what is important to you – and short-list those schools you really want to see.
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  • We don’t always get the results we expected when we sit exams, and it can feel like the end of the world, but we promise it isn’t – UCAS Clearing is a great option for finding a university and course to suit you even if you didn’t make your conditional offers. This short booklet offers our best advice on how to clear the Clearing process.
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  • This Common Entrance & Key Stage 3 Topic pack helps your child learn the important subject of working scientifically. By using an active revision game and illustrations alongside the key points, this topic pack is perfect for your child to learn everything they need to know for their Common Entrance & Key Stage 3 Exams.
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  • Extra time in exams and access arrangements for learning disabilities – it can be difficult to know when your child is eligible. This fact sheet has the answers on who gets granted special arrangements, what the criteria is and how to approach your school if you think your child requires one.
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