Year 11 GCSE Support
Revision Tips and Resources
In order to help students (and parents) through the GCSE examinations period our teachers have created a number of resources. They cover revision techniques, planning your time, subject content information, exam board details and recommended revision guides.
It’s never too early to start preparing, so please click on the links below to access the help and advice.
We have created the following worksheets to offer advice on how to manage the exam period.
These general resources may also be useful.
- BBC Bitesize for GCSE
- Get Revising – a free and quick revision timetabling tool
- Creating a Stress Free Revision Timetable
- Revision Strategies – from the University of Manchester
Intervention is from 15.00-16.00, and each student has between 2 and 4 sessions timetabled per fortnight.
The intervention groups have been decided based on student gaps in learning and provide small group teaching aimed at supporting students to make improvements.
The groups will be changed and adapted following mock exams to ensure that students are in the most appropriate sessions.
Our expectation is that students attend all sessions as per their timetable.
- Intervention is an opportunity for students, and therefore any student who is deemed to be disruptive to the learning and progress of others will be asked to leave.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding intervention, please do not hesitate to contact Emma Rudd (Head of Year 11): firstname.lastname@example.org
Results Day – It Pays to Have a Plan B
If you find on results day that you don’t have the grades you need, you will need a Plan B.
Click here to find out about the alternative routes available.