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Skills learnt in this programme can be applied to all the subjects that the student is studying. 


Students explore how they learn. Once they have identified their learning style, they can apply this to all subjects.  


This knowledge can be applied every day, of every month, of every year throughout their entire academic life.


They can apply these skills to enhance their future careers and involvement in their communities.


Note: This programme is not a subject tutoring programme.  If your child lacks confidence and/or is underperforming in a subject they will require specific subject tuition.  If this is the case contact us.

Study Skills: Years 7, 8 & 9

or go to Years 10 and above

The Confident & Successful Student = Excellent Study Habits

The first three years in secondary school are essential for setting up a student’s academic career for success and cultivating a positive attitude toward learning.  Laying a solid foundation, including organisational skills, time management and taking responsibility for their actions, leads to school success. Research indicates a strong correlation between study habits and test results*. In fact, many students fail not because they lack ability but because they do not have adequate study skills.

This course is for motivated students who want to organise their personal and academic lives, study more effectively, and learn to prioritise. Held in a workshop setting, each student will practise new techniques with current homework. Registration is limited to 6 students, 

Overview of curriculum:

  1. Investigate multi-intelligence & identify your learning style

  2. Master mindfulness to navigate stress & increase focus

  3. Time management & prioritising activities

  4. Set goals & be responsible for results

  5. Take & summarise class instruction

  6. Organisation of subjects and commitments

  7. Notetaking from textbooks

  8. Review & Revise notes

  9. Preview next lesson

  10. Interpret & create visual & auditory aids to assist memory

  11. Utilise reference sources

  12. Use graphic organisers & chart

  13. Discover internet-based tools to enhance written skills and transcription options

  14. Identify and amplify your growth mindset potential

Course Details:

Start Date: Sunday, 15th October 2023

End Date: Sunday, 17th December 2023

Time: 1.00 -2.30pm

Location: Held in a workshop setting, live online

Schedule: 15 hours (1.5 hours weekly over ten weeks)

Cost: £575.00 (£38 per hour + £5 for resource access)

Consultation: A 20-minute consultation is offered at NO COST. Please complete the contact form below stating your preferred time (Mon-Sun between 1-8pm).👇

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#1 Top Tip  
🔎 Identify and develop your primary learning style 


One of the first activities in our Study Skills course is guiding students to recognise if auditory, visual, or kinaesthetic learning techniques are most effective for them personally. Tailoring study around these preferences makes a real difference to memory and enjoyment of revision! 

*  References:

Britton and Tesser (1991)

Claessens et al. (2017)

Eilam & Aharon (2023) 

Rana and Kausar (2011) 

Liu et al. (2022)  

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