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Is it wrong to scrap GCSEs?

Posted on 26th September, 2012 | Find this under Education, Featured

The government is scrapping GCSEs for English Baccalaureate Certificates (EBaccs) in a drive to improve standards. Or that’s what they say. But is returning to a 100 per cent exam-based qualification and marginalising creativity really the best way to teach our teenagers, asks Michael Donlevy? Or is there a darker motive? I hated exams – [...]

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Sexting – talk to your kids about it

Posted on 21st September, 2012 | Find this under Featured, Well Being

Your teenager may think it’s a bit of a joke but that’s just the thing – they probably don’t ‘think’ it through. Jo Hemmings says sexting isn’t harmless fun. Here she discusses the implications of pressing ‘send’ Recent surveys have revealed that up to 60 per cent of young teenagers regularly indulge in sexting. For [...]

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Yanomami – a community worth saving

Posted on 16th September, 2012 | Find this under Featured, Yano Life

There is a remote tribe that you’ve probably never heard of – the Yanomami. Here, Joanna Eede, Survival International’s editorial consultant and author of We Are One tells their story. Please share this feature with your friends and family. Only by raising awareness of the Yanomami’s plight can we give them the help they truly need In [...]

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