UNDERSTANDING YOUR SCHOOL EXAM
…because better grades create opportunities for life.
Covid-19During these worrying times we continue to supply all our services wherever possible to help you stay on track with your studies. The wellbeing of our examiners and our team at MMP is our priority and we are all working from home. We are attracting many enquiries from worried parents as well as schools in many global regions. Most are seeking information about having grades independently verified and help with their studies and marking. We make no charge for guidance and information and will help where we can. We plan to launch further supportive services in conjunction with our partners, please look in when you can for up dates. Please remain at home, stay safe and save lives.
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.
OUR BOARD OF ADVISORS
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 MA(OXON), EDD, PGCE
Jonathan Hughes -D’Aeth BA (Hons), PGCE
Paul Topping MA (Ed)
Helen Davies MA Ed, B Ed (Hons)
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