Easter holidays and exam readiness
By Elizabeth Holtom
22 Mar
Your starting point for exam readiness is always the reality of your child’s current attitude to learning. The Easter holidays present a great opportunity to consolidate or develop some of the key skills for effective learning.
One year of the Galore Park blog
By Emma at Galore Park
07 Mar
This month, we're celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Galore Park blog! With 46 engaging articles to date, written by our authors, parents, teachers and tutors, we've brought together a few of our favourites. Did your favourite make the list?
Using reading lists to motivate all children
By Victoria Burrill
02 Mar

Victoria Burrill, author of our new English at Key Stage 2 textbook range, shares her creative ideas about how to use further reading lists to encourage both keen and reluctant readers, both in the classroom and at home.

Why your child should practise with a multiple choice answer sheet
By Chris Pearse, Teachitright
24 Feb
Have you have ever considered the advantages and disadvantages of using a multiple choice answer sheet with your child?

Often children taking an 11+ or 13+ entrance exam will have to use a separate multiple choice answer sheet. This is certainly advantageous for children who prefer having the options available and if used correctly, familiarity in using a separate answer sheet can make the difference between a pass or a fail ...



The new Galore Park 11+ mathematics range
By Emma at Galore Park
17 Feb

Because there are now several different kinds of mathematical tests at 11+, Galore Park has broadened the scope of the questions, selection of papers and range of difficulty in a new range of titles to support children taking both traditional 11+ tests (including GL, CEM and ISEB) and online adaptive pre-tests.