GETTING THROUGH YOUR EXAMS – A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR GCSE & A LEVEL STUDENTS
Working towards exams can be very stressful for students and their families. Whilst there is rarely much choice over whether or not to do the exams,
This exciting talk draws together some of the most important evidence available today on how pupils can thrive at secondary school and delivers take-home tools and tips for students and families. In particular, Dr Weston will focus her attention on
Having attended a Justin Craig residential revision course, Baylis Court School GCSE students were yet again celebrating fantastic GCSE results and huge grade improvements in 2017.
Like 2016, Baylis Court School sent a group of GCSE students to Justin Craig
This year’s application to universities
The UCAS deadline is January 15th for entry in 2018 for all applicants except Medics, Vets, Dentists and Oxbridge. It’s taken as granted that the most sought after courses have the highest grade entry requirement.
Despite much discussion in the press about the new GCSEs, many schools, parents and students are still struggling to understand and address the increased demands and implications for students of the new GCSEs.
Not only are students facing new harder
“Using external tuition can be a highly effective strategy for helping disadvantaged students from falling behind and maximising their performance in exams” says Dr David Crouch, independent education consultant. “As an experienced secondary school teacher, I am very aware of
With the school year now in full swing, many year 12 students are struggling to come to terms with the differences and increased demands of being a Sixth Former. So, what’s so hard about being a year 12 student? Despite
WITH the school year now in full swing, many Year 12 students are struggling to come to terms with the differences and increased demands of being a Sixth Former.
Despite studying fewer subjects, the subject content is significantly greater; it’s
Hi again – it’s Emma here – don’t worry if you haven’t read my earlier article on the trials and tribulations of being a sixth former, you can still read it here.
This time I thought you might like to
TODAY, hundreds of thousands of teenagers across the country will be celebrating their GCSE results.
However, it will not be a success story for all and some students face disappointment and the possibility of retakes. Those pupils who fail