Music and the Mozart effect

29th October 2014

  You know how music can improve your mood? Get you pumped at the gym? Cry you through that break up? Well, it can make you clever too.    Scientists at Stanford University, in Califo...


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Learning to Play Music May Improve Grades

20th October 2014

We keep coming across articles that show that the link between music and learning is incredibly strong. Studies in America have shown that music instruction can have a huge impact o...


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Music and wellbeing

17th October 2014

Hip-hop therapy is new route to mental wellbeing, say psychiatrists. The Guardian recently reported UK researchers believe they have found a new use for hip hop : as a treatment for ment...


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GCSE Study

16th October 2014

A new study has found that GCSE results may be more nature than nuture. What the researchers observed is a demonstrable link between intelligence and genetics. However, as shown in...


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The Power Of Music

15th October 2014

We've long known the powers music can play on our state of mind, but new research has found that music can even make food taste better.  Known as 'Sonic Seasoning', Oxford's Professor...


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Awards Press

14th October 2014

We've previously blogged about our position in the finals of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, and want to share today's coverage in the Evening Post. You can read the full article...


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Could a lie in boost GCSE grades?

13th October 2014

Everyone knows that getting an early night during the difficult times of GCSE's is a given for good results. But will the early learning hours of school mornings help or hinder you come ex...


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The Great British Entrepreneur Awards

10th October 2014

We're so excited to announce that we've made it through to the final stage of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, with Nate in the running for Micro Entrepreneur Of The Year.  The a...


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GCSE advice- for parents

9th October 2014

We've previously blogged about how incentives such as cash don't help students achieve better grades. But what CAN parents do to help GCSE students reach their full potential?  Be...


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Rewards and cash don't improve GCSE grades

3rd October 2014

We've blogged it before, and a new study has shown that rewards such as cash do not improve students GCSE grades. Although the study found that incentives can make some pupils work hard...


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