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School Planner 2017-18 Update

School Planner 2017-18 Update: What’s new? Here at Boomerang Education, we consistently strive to bring pupils diary content that informs, excites and inspires. This year has been no different. In fact, we’re proud to say we’ve outdone ourselves! The Boomerang School Planner 2017-18 will see the introduction of: What’s Next Section This section of our […]

Did You Know These Facts About The Victorians?

We like to highlight important historical dates in Boomerang school planners and this week, we’re focusing on the Victorians. Queen Victoria was born almost 200 years ago today, back in 1819. As Queen of England for over 60 years, we thought we’d commemorate Victoria’s reign by bringing together a few facts about the Victorians that […]

GCSE Revision Tips: Beating the Exam Stress

Whether you’re already in the midst of the GCSE exam frenzy, or you’re worrying about exams coming up over the next few weeks, we’ve got loads of GCSE revision tips to get you through a potentially stressful period. For more tips, take a look at at the Revision & Exam pages of our school planners. Put […]

How to Pick a Bank Account for University: All You Need to Know

Here at Boomerang Ed, we’re making it our mission to help students with all things finance. Banks can be tricky because, despite stating the facts, consultants are effectively salespeople and will often use gimmicks to try and tempt you to accounts that might not actually be the best for you. So we’ve put together a […]

Everyday Shakespeare: 20 Phrases We Still Use Today

We’re celebrating Shakespeare’s birthday with a list of 20 phrases invented by The Bard himself. He may have been born 453 years ago but his words still heavily influence our language today. So without further ado, here are 20 Shakespearean phrases that you might not have known go all the way back to the 1500s: […]

National Open Art Competition 2017: Competition of the Month!

What is the National Open Art Competition? National Open Art Competition 2017. Ever produced a piece of art that you’re really proud of? You might want to develop your artistic style further by entering the National Open Art Competition. Great prizes up for grabs. The following mediums will be accepted: paintings, drawings, miniature drawings/paintings/wall hung […]

10 Disney Films to Watch Over the Easter Break

This week our highlighted school planner spot date is Disney-themed. It’s the 25th anniversary of the opening of Euro Disney, Disneyland Paris, so we’ve taken it as an excuse to put a Disney-style spin on this week’s blog post. So when you’ve got a spare couple of hours over the holidays, take your pick from […]

World Health Day: Mental Health Awareness in School

What is World Health Day? World Health Day is a global awareness day, organised by the World Health Organisation (WHO), that we celebrate each year on 7th April. It marks the founding of WHO and is a fantastic opportunity to draw worldwide attention to a specific subject, chosen each year. The theme of this year’s World […]