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A Level English
Comparing English Language and Literature

One of the most commonly-studied A Level subjects are English Literature and Language. However, there is a substantial difference between the two courses.

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All About the International GCSEs

- International GCSE and A Levels are an educational pathway available in some of the top high schools in New Zealand. A lot of the student...

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All About the International A-Levels

- International A Levels are an educational pathway available in some of the top high schools in New Zealand. Many studying this pathway wi...

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Guide: International GCSE English Literature

- The study of English Literature aims to engage students to develop their ability to read, examine, and respond to a wide range...

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Guide: International GCSE Mathematics

- International GCSE Mathematics is a core subject of the International GCSE curriculum. The subject is generally a requirement...

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Curriculum Choices: Globally Recognised?

- Most people are familiar with the three established high school education systems in New Zealand: NCEA, Cambridge (CAIE, formerly CIE) an...

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Curriculum Choices: The Exams

- Love it or hate it, everyone has strong opinions about exams and assessments. The exams and assessments you do differ greatly by what cur...

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Curriculum Choices: The Content

- Getting good grades, balancing extracurriculars with academics, maintaining a social life, and getting enough sleep… high school can be a...

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Secrets of Subject Selection

- High school is all about making good choices. Who to be friends with? What sports to play? What extracurriculars to be involved in?...

Essays and Interviews

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Tradition and Innovation in Education

Crimson Global Academy uses cutting edge technology to deliver online education which also includes the very best aspects of traditional teaching to students anywhere in the world.

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7 ways tech has changed the face of education

- Technology is part of our every day, making working and private life more enjoyable, more connected and more efficient. The same is true for education, where the possibilities...

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Why diversity and inclusion in the classroom matter

- Diversity and inclusion – which means including those from different cultural, geographic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds, with differing...

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AI - a new era in education

- Artificial intelligence – AI – is no longer the stuff of science fiction. It’s already changing the way we teach and learn – for the better. It facilitates personalisation at scale based on...

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The Growing Role of Technology in Schools

- Education has been an active front runner amongst the various sectors that have had to rely on technology to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Quarantine and social distancing...

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3 Things Shaping the Future of Online Learning

- Over most of the past year, schools around the world have had to quickly shift from learning in classrooms to learning online due to...

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John Morris on COVID: An Educational Disruption Or A Catalyst For Change?

- The COVID-19 crisis has forced school closures in 188 countries, heavily disrupting the learning process of more than 1.7 billion students and curbing educational...

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Meet the Principals - John Morris

- In this mini-series, we get to know the Principals at Crimson Global Academy. Meet John Morris, ONZM, our Executive Principal. John’s many achievements include...

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Meet the Principals - Mark Phillips

- In this mini-series, we get to know the Principals at Crimson Global Academy. Meet our Principal, Mark Philips. Mark is deeply committed to helping students...

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What the COVID Lockdown Taught Us About Online Learning

- As New Zealand moves to Level 2 after 7 long weeks in lockdown, we know students and families up and down the country will be breathing s...