Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt worried, anxious or nervous about taking exams? Let’s face it, at some point we all have felt those pangs.
These feelings can happen not only when facing exams but also in a multitude
“The NSPCC have recently expressed concern that children and young people are increasingly being tutored or coached for academic subjects without proper scrutiny being given to the people allowed to work in close proximity with them. In this episode, we
Tactics Can Boost Teen Exam Spirit
Achieving top grades in the exam room is rarely effortless. Starting revision early can help teenagers reach their potential without last-minute cramming.
Dr David Crouch, of Justin Craig Education, suggests teenagers begin studying before
As exam day approaches, you’ll want to make sure that your child is as prepared as possible. It’s never too late to encourage a student to study in the lead up to an exam, no matter how last minute.
We are delighted that Badminton School is our new host centre for GCSE & A Level Revision Courses in Bristol. Students can choose from large variety of subjects, with day or residential options giving a greater flexibility.
Take a look at
On your marks, get set for exam results
Careful preparation is key to performing well in GCSEs and A Levels. Last minute cramming is never ideal, and students fare best when revision is well-structured.
The summer exam season may seem like a
“With my oldest daughter off to University and my youngest (Emma) having done well in her GCSEs, I was looking forward to a year without my children sitting exams! Expectations had been raised by our Headmistress that the new linear
“Life in lower sixth is a big change from the rest of high school. After all the work leading up to GCSEs in year 11, it’s a relief to have them behind me. However, now in sixth form, there’s no
For many students sitting exams this year, mock exams and school parent evenings will have provided reassurance that they are on track to achieve their target exams grades. Many others, however, will be disappointed or, even worse, be in a
Were you as inspired as we were by Dr Weston’s talk on 1st February?
Dr Weston has very kindly provided the presentation notes from the talk sponsored by Justin Craig on 1st Feb. Simply click to download the pdf: Optimal Success
We are delighted to show some more student reviews of both our GCSE and A Level Revision Courses, as well as an insight into our host centres, day and residential.
Please do take a minute or two to watch the
FREE Talk: 1st February 2017, 7-9.30pm at St George’s School, Harpenden, Herts
This aspirational FREE talk will be run by Dr Kathy Weston of Keystone Aspire, in association with Justin Craig Education.
Making any decision that affects your future can be
How to Revise
The question of how to revise is one many parents and students struggle with. It has been accepted since the late 1930’s that people who cooperate and work together to achieve shared goals are more successful in
For a generation of students used to updating their Instagram status every few minutes, the summer exams may seem like a long time away. But add up everything that needs to be done between now and then – from rereading
Justin Craig will be opening their host centre in Greater Manchester during the February Half Term. This is due to demand in the area and to accommodate the variation in half term dates.
The centre will be running both GCSE and A Level courses
Next year’s GCSE and A-Level exams may seem a long way off, but good preparation is key to success. Last minute cramming is never ideal, and the best approach is consolidating knowledge and making sure revision is organised and well-structured.
Article from Sarah Harris in the Daily Mail – 27th October 2016
“Last-minute cramming for exams is not ideal, and most students benefit from a more sustained approach to studying. Following Department for Education changes, those studying A-Levels now site
Many of you are now attending the first parents’ evening of the school year. For those of you with children starting their GCSE and A Level years, this can be a time for new challenges.
The Justin Craig team of
Following changes from the department for education, students now studying A Levels will have to sit all their exams in each subject at the end of the 2 year course in place of sitting half the course at the first
GCSE students gained huge grade improvements after a Justin Craig residential revision course.
Laura McGregor of Baylis Court School came to JCE to give students that extra push in the right direction, and also to gain a different perspective on