Every day we see, hear and talk about the benefits of exercise. So, in this blog, we are going to highlight some of the ways in which introducing sport in the early years of education is highly beneficial. Here’s how you can support your child in developing a passion for sport.
The positive effects of playing sport from a young age are not only physical. There are many benefits of participating in sport whilst at school and they will benefit many different areas of a child’s life, from a social aspect, performing better in the classroom and even mental health benefits. In this blog we’ve highlighted some of the biggest benefits for school-age children.
It can be hard to know what the best course of action is to take if you have a child that is a particularly high achiever. Undoubtedly you want to ensure that you support them so that they can continue to perform at their best.
Ofsted is an independent body who inspect and report of the standards being achieved in state schools, however private and independent schools do not fall under their remit. So a natural question for parents who are looking to make a secondary or primary school application would be, ‘who inspects private schools?’.
Here at Duncombe School, we are committed to encouraging individual development. We offer structured learning in a happy and nurturing environment, where every child feels valued, secure and part of a community [...]
There are a number of things that parents need to take into consideration when making the decision between a private and state education for their children, and shorter term dates is one of those [...]