As your child starts studying for their GCSEs, Aaron Wilkes gives his advice on navigating the new exams and encouraging good study skills.
Blog posts for: Secondary
Teacher and writer Aaron Wilkes explains what the new 1–9 GCSE grades mean, how they will be used, and how they map onto the old A*–U GCSE grades.
Find out what your child will be learning when they start secondary school, and browse our books and resources to help their studies at home, from Year 7 to GCSEs and A Levels.
Telling the time is an important skill in everyday life, but it can be tricky to learn. You can start to increase your child’s awareness of time from a young age with simple activities and games.
Answers to the Oxford School Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Dictionary activity sheets.
The same letter or letter group can sound different in different words. Identify the odd one out.
Use the correct -ough- words to complete these sentences.
Use commas to separate clauses in a sentence.
Identify the correct word class for these words in a sentence.
Practise using commas to punctuate sentences.
Use the clues to complete the crossword. All the words are nouns and the first letter of each word is given to help you.
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