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For parents of children coming up to senior school age, or who are already currently in the 11-18 year old bracket. Helping you navigate you and your child’s way through the secondary schooling system, in this section you’ll find articles providing myriad of information, from insight and advice, to features, news and lifestyle articles.

Senior Articles

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South Hampstead High School makes eco-friendly poppies for Remembrance Day

For Remembrance Day on 11 November, South Hampstead High School has made eco-friendly poppies as part of its 'Project Zero'

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How Heathfield School teaches entrepreneurship to Senior students

Heathfield School, Ascot teaches entrepreneurship to embed real skills for life. Its Head of ICT, Careers and Outreach reveals how

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Bottom of the Class: What to do when your child is struggling academically

Every parent wants the best for their child, so to discover they are struggling academically can be devastating. Absolutely Education some advice.

How to nurture self-esteem and confidence in teenagers

Absolutely Education offers some advice on how to engender self-esteem and build self-confidence in teenagers.

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Eva Schloss, step-sister of Anne Frank, visits Streatham & Clapham High School

Eva Schloss, the step-sister of Anne Frank, has paid a visit to Streatham & Clapham High School to give an inspiring talk to students.

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V&A Innovate: The school design initiative solving real world challenges

V&A Innovate is a new school programme inspiring young designers. The Director of Learning and National Programmes explains the initiative.

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