Covid Leaves Science Teachers Unprepared to Teach Practicals

A new survey conducted by the Royal Society of Chemistry has revealed that trainee and first year science teachers feel unprepared to teach science practical lessons due to Covid restrictions. More specifically, the research shows that more than half (52 per cent) of trainee and first year chemistry teachers said that they felt unprepared to teach…

Why Online Learning is Here to Stay

With the unexpected extension of the global pandemic and the never-ending series of lockdowns, the entire world seems to be irrevocably changed, and the education system isn’t exempt. With teachers and parents struggling to balance work with everyday life, comprehensive remote learning resources are more important than ever. Despite the initial cons and ill-preparation, as…

School Funding Crisis Contributes to an Increase in Classroom Sizes

It comes as no surprise that classroom sizes are increasing and that schools are struggling to cope with the surge. Statistics show that the number of pupils in classes of 31 or more has risen by 30% affecting almost 1 million pupils overall since 2010. Secondary pupils have been affected the most; approximately 21,843 were…

How Parents Can Benefit from CoreSciences

It comes as no surprise that the exam period can often be one of the most stressful times for both students and parents, and unfortunately parents often feel powerless when it comes to assisting their child through the process. CoreSciences was designed bearing all of this in mind. CoreSciences is a unique, interactive online learning…

How CoreSciences Can Assist with Teacher Shortages

Statistics have shown that average classroom sizes in secondary schools have continued to rise for the fourth year in a row and are expected to continue to rise until 2025. Meanwhile, 10% of all secondary teachers left teaching last year and many continue to do so as government cuts and increasing workloads are driving teachers…