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This page has been created to host a range of different presentations, useful links, and information about support available to your child during their GCSE course.


The Key to GCSE Success

Please see the presentation that Mr Saunders gave to Year 11 parents, carers, and students on Thursday 19th October 2023.  The presentation covers:


  • Information about GCSE assessments
  • Strategies for effective revision
  • Support available to your child.

Revision Support by Subject

Revision Strategies

Please click here  for Revision Strategies handbook which goes in-depth  into the most effective methods of revision, along with helpful tips and information for parents.



Individual Subject Support Presentations

Each subject leader will be posting a video for you and your child to learn more about the GCSE exams in these subjects and their best advice on revision, study skills and exam technique.  To being with, please find the videos for the core subjects: (to follow)


  • English


  • Maths


  • Science



Physical Revision Guides

The school can acquire revision guides and workbooks at a discounted price for students/parents/carers to purchase.  These are available to buy through our online payments system, SCOPAY. Please contact the Finance Office if you need a link code for SCOPAY or email  If you are unsure of which revision guide your child needs, please contact the individual subject teacher.  We can support parents whose children are eligible for free school meals by providing a further discount.  Please contact for more information if this applies to your child.


Coping with Exam Stress

We recognise that the period leading up to the examinations can be a stressful time for both students and parents.  We offer extensive support and guidance throughout this crucial period.  Please see below a link to the Department For Education’s guidance on coping with exam stress.

Coping with exam pressure - a guide for students - GOV.UK (

If you are concerned about your child’s mental health in the lead up to the exams, please contact your GP and make the school aware by contacting your child’s Learning Support Officer in the first instance.