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ChatGPT – An Astonishing AI & A New Way To Look At Plagiarism
By Holly Billinghurst… and Chat GPT ChatGPT is a new version of the popular GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) language model developed by OpenAI. In plain English, that’s the artificial intelligence that sits behind chatbots and other natural language interfaces such as Alexa, Siri, and Google Home. ChatGPT was launched over the past few weeks and […]
Can I Sit iGCSE Computer Science In A Year?
One of the best parts of home education is the flexibility that we have around providing a suitable education. That flexibility means that learning can be adapted to the individual child and family, but also suited to their interests. The changes to the Cambridge International iGCSE Computer Science specification have led to many conversations in […]
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 […]
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 […]