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Homework club: King’s Cross locals help pupils who love studying

A club run by businesses in King’s Cross is helping pupils to enjoy homework again....

More than a third of parents do not think homework is helpful for primary school children, report finds

Vast majority of parents say Ofsted should inspect levels of private tutoring in schools to get accurate picture...

UK parents help less with homework

An international survey says UK parents value teachers, but put in fewer hours supporting lessons at home....

8 Christmas Movies Every Student Needs to Watch (in Between Exams)

‘Tis the season! For not studying and watching Christmas movies! Your homework pile is growing dangerously high, and the amount of sleep you’ve gotten is at an all-time low, but the thought of Christmas makes you feel all warm and fuzzy...

A Guide To At Home Learning During COVID

One of my biggest factors for deciding to go to university was the engaging social aspect. I was drawn to the hustle and bustle of campus life. However, the start of this school year was not how I imagined it. In my second year, I looked fo...

5 Tips for Learning a New Language as a Busy Student

Learning a new language? Who even has time for that? Turns out, it might not be as hard as you thought. You don’t need to be taking Russian Literature in university or working your way through an Old English translation of Beowulf to und...

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Instant photos + negatives

Ok, Wikipedia and Google are no help with this specific question. It did confirm that instant photos came out around 1948 so that helps…. I’m trying to figure out: #1 how long an instant photo taken in say 1955 would last; #2 co...

Thriller First Place Winner: “Jin’s Baby”

Congratulations to Edgar Mahaffey, first place winner in the Thriller category of the 15th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards! Here’s his winning short story, “Jin’s Baby.” Jin’s Baby Nothing was right. Everything was...

15th Annual Popular Fiction Awards Winning Short Story: “A Life Measured in Moons”

Congratulations to Alexandra Hill, winner of the 15th Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards! Here is her winning short story, “A Life Measured In Moons.” [See the complete winners list.] A Life Measured in Moons A young woman ...

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How to get published

Poetry is alive and well. Those who don’t read of follow contemporary poetry tend to think it doesn’t exist or has fallen out of fashion. The New Yorker publishes new Poetry every week. Poetry Magazine and The Rattle are all poe...

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