Webinar | Supporting your students during exam season

Jo Lane

Tuesday, 2 April 2019

Supporting your students during exam season with Jo Lane | Tuesday 16 April 2019 | Webinar

Event description

Year 11 pupils will be feeling the strain when they return from the Easter Holidays to face their last few weeks in school before their GCSE exams begin. If it hasn’t already, it will feel like time is ticking and the countdown is on.

So how can we, as professionals, provide the support pupils need to ensure they navigate their way through this stressful time and come out the other side smiling and confident they have done all they can?

In addition Year 10 pupils will be facing their mock exams in the summer term, with many experiencing the formal structure of exam conditions for the first time. How can we support Year 10 pupils at this time and encourage them to approach their Mock exams with the right attitude?

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What will be covered?

• Revision planning – are your pupils on track? If not, tips on how to manage the panic.

• Revision resources – the one-stop shop for essential revision resources.

• Revision stress – tips to help your pupils recognise it and advice on how to manage it.

• The end game – how to ensure your pupils know their end goal in order to increase motivation

 

Who will benefit?

Teachers and teaching assistants of Year 10 and Year 11 pupils.

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When will the event take place?

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DateTuesday 16 April 2019
Time:
 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Online

Click here to book your free place now.

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Speaker Profile: Jo Lane


Head of Careers at The Windsor Boys' School, Jo Lane has had over 8 years of experience in educational settings including FE colleges and secondary schools.

Teaching business whilst completing her part-time PGCE at Greenwich University, she transferred her business skills into the classroom and these skills resulted in her providing students with a range of vocational learning experiences linked to the curriculum, including setting up businesses and creating a youth music festival for local performers. She is motivated to provide pupils or all abilities with the opportunity to be successful in school and helping them secure the right path for their future career.

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