Tips for getting in to Oxbridge Emily is in her first year studying English Literature at Queens’ College Cambridge and has kindly offered us these tips for those interested in applying to the Universities of Oxford / Cambridge. Love your subject! Starting off with a ridiculously obvious one but you have to really love the […]
There is nothing that we love more than an excuse to talk about reading. World Book Day gives us the perfect opportunity to share some of our favourite books for each age group. Whether your child is reading independently or you are reading to them, there are huge benefits of including books in […]
Write instructions for a recipe on how to make a fruit salad. Consider using Ed-ING-LY openers. These are a terrific way to begin sentences and make them more effective, whether using ED or ING as verb endings or LY with an adverb. Remember to use a comma after the opener.
Write an account of a holiday that was very memorable for you. When writing to inform remember to include factors that made it so memorable. Maybe: A person you met Something which made you laugh Something that went wrong A food you had not tried before Something embarrassing that happened Something you learned