Professional support for all those in education, at school and at home….everywhere.

…because better grades create opportunities for life.

Home Education

Undertaking exams from home can be a daunting experience. Making sure that your child is on target to achieve his or her life goals is an overwhelming responsibility, and without the support of a school many parents feel confused as to how they can measure their child’s progress.

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Secondary Schools

Exam grades are not everything but they do matter. They matter because they reflect the effort put in by staff and they matter too because even the slightest improvement can give each child a brighter future. At MMP we help secondary schools in several ways.

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Mark My Papers caters for all schools worldwide who follow the British curriculum at GCSE, iGCSE, A’Level and the International Baccalaureate.

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Primary Schools

Primary education is important at Mark My Papers. We are aware of the pressures that teachers face and we help to reduce that pressure by shouldering the burden of marking. Thus, we give teachers time to teach.

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If you are at school and studying towards your GCSE, IGCSE, IB, AS or A Level exams you may feel you need extra support, Mark My Papers can help.

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Mark My Papers is a popular choice for private tutors and tutor groups who wish to delegate exam style marking.

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Where students work as an individual, following a specification without professional support, MMP brings much needed guidance.

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In order to continually meet the developing needs of schools, students and home educating pupils, MMP has brought together a team of expert advisors, all of whom play a role in offering a vast, collective experience of primary, secondary, state, independent and international education.

  • Two of our advisors are Ofsted Inspectors
  • Two have served Headships at leading international schools in Europe and the Middle East.
  • Two have transformed their schools from under special measures to Outstanding Ofsted reports.
  • Two have served as Heads at three leading British public schools.


Dr Helen Wright has had an energetic executive and non-executive career in education, spanning 25 years to date in the UK and international sector.

Jonathan Hughes -D’Aeth BA (Hons), PGCE

Jonathan Hughes -D’Aeth was appointed as Headmaster of Repton School in Dubai in 2010. Educated at Haileybury College

Paul Topping MA (Ed)

Originally from the North West of England, Paul has been Headteacher at the British School in The Netherlands

Helen Davies MA Ed, B Ed (Hons)

Helen Davies holds a Masters’ degree in Education Leadership and Management.

Latest from our Blog

Emma White

What do universities REALLY want from their new undergraduates …?

Dr. Helen Wright MA(OXON), EDD, PGCE, Chair of the Mark My Papers Board of Advisors writes a fascinating piece considering if vicarious domination of a child’s aspiration leads to disappointment for school, parent and student. I could write at length – we all could – about any number of sub-groups of children and young people

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Emma White

The many faces of success

By Yvonne Mason. Yvonne Mason is an historian and freelance English and History teacher and tutor. Having gained a B.A in English Language and Literature, she later gained an M.A in Medieval Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London. In 2001, she established her own practice as a tutor of English and History which has

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Emma White

Why have we all forgotten about reading?

Amid outcry over Covid-19, the digital divide and cancelled exams, Emma White advocates a tried and tested approach to remote learning; an article published recently in ‘Independent School Management Plus‘ The writing was on the wall from the beginning. Remote learning meant no learning. Not for everyone, of course, but for enough children for it

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Emma White

To read or not to read…is anyone asking the question?

By Emma White……… When I came to home education six years ago I never considered that zero internet and one shared family laptop between four may be a barrier to success. And looking back – it made no difference.  Our results – two boys, 18 GCSES, 15 Grade A*, three Grade A, one AS at

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Emma White

Explaining the ‘angst, doubt and heartache’ of homeschooling

Schools faced with parents threatening to home educate need to know all the arguments against it, writes successful home educator Emma White Since schools returned this autumn, the media has been abuzz with talk of Covid-19 and how schools will create a safe normal for the new academic year. The angst that children and teachers

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Emma White

All’s well that ends well…until next year!

An article by a Guest Contributor who is one of our most senior examiners with 25 years experience of examining for the public exam boards; a consultant to schools under special measures with the task of improving English Language and Literature performance. The views of Guest Contributors are their own and not necessarily those of

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