We provide you with sets for your courses. These are a complete breakdown of each subject. It means you can plan revision knowing full well that all the content is being worked on.
These bespoke units are printed onto magnetic cards so they can be used and reused in the planning process.
Our magnetic whiteboard is specifically designed for our units. The week-to-view plan leaves plenty of room for the backlog of work to be on display too. The beauty of this being a physical approach is that everyone can see at a glance what the plan is.
The dry-wipe is important for flexibly factoring in other commitments.
Alongside the core tools, we have two essential extras: The Digital Tracker and Study Summaries.
Both offer ways of making sure that work is seen in the context of the whole. You can see how much has been done and which areas to focus on.
Important resources as you work towards the exams.
Once you’ve ordered. You’ll be directed to a form where you can let us know all the details.
The more time you have, the better. It’s actually never too early to get into good habits. Just be aware not to pile on pressure. Ask us about the forgetting curve and why cramming is a bad idea!
Each bundle is created for the individual, so there are times when we are busier than others. Typically though, we aim to compile each GCSE and A Level bundle within a couple of days. If you’re particularly keen to get going, choose the express delivery option. We’ll bump you up the list and it’s usually a couple of working days to delivery.
Absolutely not. As a parent or carer, we know our children best – even if they don’t realise we want what’s best for them! If you’re household has been come tense about exams, this system can help defuse the situation. A clear, rational and non-judgmental approach is in everyone’s best interests.
We are always happy to talk about implementation tips, and how to get the most of the system.
And why would you?! Once you’ve ordered just get in touch and we’ll see what we can do to to help by looking back at previous students and scouring the school’s website.
It stands to reason that the more effort you put in, the more rewards you get out. BUT we are concerned with helping your teen to manage their time to the best of their ability. If there are knowledge gaps those are best filled by talking to the school or employing a tutor.
Absolutely not. We tend to gear our sets to the higher level where there is a difference in topics. This gives the most optionality. Any units that aren’t covered in a foundation course can simply be discarded.
We’re about managing time as much as we are about being prepared for exams. In the case of subjects that are wholly coursework based, like Art & Design, we include a number of units to allocate the workload. If there is an element of Non-Examined Assessment, such as with Food & Nutrition, then we tend to include a unit so that NEA work is scheduled.