Tick tock, tick tock, the countdown to exams is underway. And so the debates about study support begin.
Time is a big issue in teachers’ classes, so how do you ensure that pupils get a chance to revise exam-level questions through the year when they are still being taught the course in class time?
This is where I think professional dialogue is interesting, as it seems that the best results for some schools involve changing the set-up every year.
Do you only invite pupils who nearly passed the prelim for extra support, or the ones who nearly failed the prelim? Do you bring the parents along ...