The Benefits of Being a Mature Student

Education is a liberation, and new doors will open to you both during and after your studies.


Soldiers wounded during the Great War

Shell Shock in The Great War

The generals and politicians sitting safely behind the lines demanded a level of “manly” mental toughness that simply could not be met by the men experiencing the horrors for themselves.


Debate the Sets System

Grouped on Ability: Are Sets Helpful or Harmful?

There’s no sense in pushing young people to breaking point or giving up on them if they feel at a loss in their studies.


Before the Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Week of the Eleventh Month

The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month

All Quiet on the Western Front is a novel that has no heroes.


Studying from Home

Studying at Home: More than Back to the Drawing Board

Studying alongside life’s commitments can be a challenge for the best of us, but, for the majority that do so, studying at home can be the best way to get that much needed promotion at work.


World Teachers’ Day: What is the message?

“… A global shortage of teachers impedes the right of children and young people to access quality education.”


Geo-mythology

The study of mythology can help understand early geology and geography.


The Tragedy of Oscar Wilde

His plays, Lady Windermere’s Fan, A Woman of No Importance, An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest, all society comedies, were rapturously received on the West End stage.


An Anniversary of Economic Cataclysm

The banks were responsible for the disaster, but they were not allowed to go under for their crimes, as many economists then and now say they should have been.


From The Watergate Scandal to Trump’s replaying of American Politics

Unlike Nixon, who became deeply depressed by it, Trump actively thrives on constant bad publicity and attention.


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