Tuition Blog

Welcome to the TeachAllAboutIt Tuition Blog. This is an area where we talk about all things education from tips for students and parents during the stressful exam season, to reflecting on our work each year and showing you the good, bad, and ugly parts of making learning unique.

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  • Summer 2022 Games Jam Blog

    This year, as so many of our students from different courses had expressed an interest in games design and with the launch of my new Creative iMedia Games Design distance learning course in September, we decided to run a summer of online sessions dedicated to joining the OpenGameArt games jam. As we move through each […]

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  • Am I Revising Too Much?

    With exam season about to get into full swing after several years of teacher assessment, it seems a strange question to ask, but stop and ask yourself “Am I revising too much?” Just how much is too much? And how much should you study during the holidays leading up to exams? Even teachers and tutors […]

  • Congratulations To Our Students of 2021

    The class of 2021 has had it tough and results week for us was unusual in a number of respects. Overall, our students who attended tuition with us achieved some incredible results, with not just a 100% pass rate, but a 100% B-A* at A Level and 55% grade 6+ at GCSE (with 100% grade […]

  • Reflecting on Tuition During 2021

    We’re now in our third year of gathering data from both students and staff as part of our ongoing reflections. This is to ensure that TeachAllAboutIt stays focused on our primary goal of making education accesible & enjoyable to everyone. Writing a public post on how we’re doing never gets any easier, but I maintain […]

  • Why I Chose Elective Home Education As A Teacher

    But you’re a teacher? A qualified one, yes. So why did I choose to home educate as a teacher having worked in the system for so long? Before our youngest child asked us if we would consider home education, I had taught for a decade in schools as a secondary & sixth form teacher of […]