Taking a global view
By Natalie Bailey
25 Apr
International experiences can hugely enrich education and enhance skills for future employment. But with interest in modern languages at GCSE level diminishing and fewer university students showing interest in a year abroad, how can teachers encourage international aspirations in young children?

We asked Serena Alexander, author of Galore Park Mathematics for Common Entrance series, and James Dale-Adcock, author of Galore Park Geography for Common Entrance range, about the importance of using international examples in classes to inspire and develop a ‘global’ way of thinking in young pupils.

Trials and tribulations of the 11+
By Leah White
14 Apr
We caught up with Kate, a mum of a teen and a tween living in Merton, to discuss the trials and tribulations of tackling the 11+ with her son, and how she’s now preparing to face it again with her second child. 
Galore Park author, Bob Bass, awarded an MBE for services to education
By Natalie Bailey
01 Apr
Bob Bass, Senior Master and Head of Classics at Orwell Park School, Ipswich, has been awarded an MBE for services to education in the Queen’s New Year Honours List.