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Exam Preparation ((Resources on emotional support)

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Exam Preparation ((Resources on emotional support)

Post by Mrs Christy on Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:08 pm

Happy New Year everyone and I hope you all had a great holiday.

As we enter the New Year, our department and as we have students taking exams this month our PSHE department has decided that we would deliver a series of lessons and maybe an assembly focusing on the mental and emotional pressures of studying for and taking exams. The KS4 and sixth form students will be getting bombarded with instruction on exam techniques in a lot of their lessons but we’ve noticed that they don’t really get much advice and support on dealing with the pressure and what they should do if it is all getting too much. We will be using a number of the lesson and assembly resources from teaching-resources-uk.com which are comprehensive, engaging but don’t patronise the students or treat them as if they don’t know anything already.

We will be delivering these over the next month or so, so any of the lessons that go particularly well I come back on here and let you know!

Mrs Christy

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