Archive | March, 2016

New Key Stage 2 SATs: Information for Parents

From Summer 2016 onwards, Year 2 and Year 6 will be the first to sit the new Key Stage 2 SATs format. This can all be quite confusing, so we have put together this post including everything you need to know about the changes. The more rigorous tests and harder mark schemes in English and […]

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A very important interview with our Animal Club Leader

Our volunteers are so important to us at Success4All. It is they who bring a variety of skills and knowledge to the children and young people that we work with that makes Success4All so diverse. The Clubs that we run every year depend on the volunteers who come through our doors. This year we are lucky […]

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Massive Congratulations to Walker Technology College

Success4All would like to congratulate everyone at Walker Technology College who in February this year was recognised by the Department of Education for their excellent GCSE results between 2013 – 2015. Walker Technology College is ‘one of the top 100 non-selective state-funded schools in England showing the greatest sustained improvement in the percentage of pupils […]

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Revision Tips

  Easter holidays are rapidly approaching, which means it’s time to start thinking about revision! Revision can be frightening, as the daunting nature of exams can make you feel overwhelmed; whether you’re a parent who wants to help your child, or a student who needs some tips, this post should be of help. 1) The […]

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Do you know how to use LinkedIn?

LinkedIn was launched in 2003 and is the third most popular social network in the world with just over 380 million members, but do you really know how to use it?  It is very important to keep track of any volunteering, experience and jobs you have or have participated in the past; as the knowledge […]

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