Relating to a Revision Plan – It’s a Family Affair



A few Saturdays ago saw three teaching staff, a head of House and 73 parents, carers & Year 11 students (with a sprinkling of Y10s and 12s) come together for an afternoon of intense ‘How To Revise’ workshops. We had a list of less than 20 sign-ups on the Friday but decided to go ahead with the day irrespective of the number. As it happened, car after car, and family group after family group trailed up the drive and we were having to unpack more biscuits and serve more teas and coffees than we had dared anticipate.

There is a hunger by parents to be involved in their child’s preparation for exams. And this year, as linear papers stare monolith-like from the pages of the May calendar, we asked ourselves how we were going to entice students to study, learn and remember material from the start of Year 10. Involving parents…

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