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Are young people too reliant on Google?
Latest admissions officers survey presents a worrying trend,’ says ACS Egham’s Head of School, Jeremy Lewis.
Does school uniform affect student development?
For many years, school uniform has implied better student behaviour and an improvement in results.
Do exams do more harm than good?
Love them or loath them, and yes, some people really do love them, exams are part and parcel of school life. But are they a true guide to measuring student learning?
Is homework a waste of time?
Homework has always been one of the biggest challenges to school and home life, causing family tension, stress and time pressures.
7 mindfulness tips to help students deal with exam stress
The exam season can be a particularly challenging time for students, so having the skills to deal easily with the related stress is important. Mindfulness techniques, if practiced by students, can be easily called upon if they feel overwhelmed.
6 tips for a successful UCAS personal statement
When applying for universities, the UCAS personal statement is an opportunity for students to highlight to university admission officers their key skills and abilities, as well as their personality traits.
IB or A Levels: which will get you further?
The IB Diploma and A Levels have spent decades trying to convince UK students that they each offer the best preparation for success at university.
Looking forward to university: a gateway to the world
With university admissions officers increasingly looking out for students with a particular set of skills, Fergus Rose, Advancement Director at ACS International Schools, delves into the argument that the IB Diploma better prepares students for university and the world beyond.
Can our global community of post-millennials change the world?
On Friday 25th May, ACS Doha International School hosted its High School graduation ceremony to celebrate the achievements of 32 graduates, who are ready to start their journey into the world.
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