A Level Science Skills

AS & A Level science skills by remote learning

Many students find science skills to be challenging in the usual school lab setting, but learning remotely can make this challenge seem greater. Getting students to do past practical papers (or parts of these) can be valuable, but this approach alone will not be sufficient for students to develop a… Read More

Collins Big Cat Writing Competition

Entry for the 2018 competition is now closed, but you can now enter the Collins Big Cat Writing Competition 2019! To read more about the winning stories for 2018 click here. Here at Collins we’re celebrating International Literacy Day by gearing up for our global… Read More

Cultivating Curiosity

At the end of last year I was asked to speak at The Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS) Educators Conference in Copenhagen. The theme of the conference was Cultivating Curiosity, not just from the viewpoint of inquiry as a catalyst for learning, but also in trying to… Read More


Polymer overload vs sustainability design When teaching Design and Technology is it very important to emphasise the importance of the designer and how they can support sustainability in the use of material, processes, manufacturing techniques etc. The article below can be used with your students as an introduction to… Read More