March 14, 2020

It's that time again, the annual blog on revision....there's no point me writing it, I'm a teacher and why would anyone listen to me!?! So I've roped in an expert...Ross is a year 14 student I guess, deciding to go back after year 13 to improve on two of his A level gr...

February 8, 2019

...you always leave the worst to the end!

We all do it, start at the beginning of the course and run out of time or put off our least favourite topics to the end. Mine was always plant biology, anything but transpiration I would think, it'll never come up I would say......

November 7, 2018

So it seems the best way to prepare students for their exams are ‘mocks’ and I emphasise the plural. Although many teachers see the impact of over testing it appears with the new curriculum reforms up and running it’s their main weapon against the problem of adequate e...

January 24, 2018

Some go all out, others select specific topics and pray they come up, either way we’re often left wondering “what happened” when the mock results come in. These assessments have always brought angst and apprehension as students feel the pressure mounting towards their...

December 29, 2017

Whether you have a child taking their first school assessments or counting down to final GCSE or A Level examinations we all want to know how best to support them. With ever increasing demands placed upon teachers they do a fantastic job preparing students on how to pr...

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