Awaiting results can be an anxious time. If you’re feeling stressed, talking to a friend or family member about how you’re feeling can make a big difference. To manage this uncertain time, have a Plan B and C – in case Plan A doesn’t work out. Basically, be prepared.
The summer holidays for teenagers awaiting A level results is one big pressure pot, bubbling away. Emotions will be running high on the lead up and on 17 August. Not just for A level students but also for the IB students who didn’t get the UCAS points that they needed for the university of their choice. This is crunch time.
Is the IB the right route to pursue for your child? One size doesn’t fit all. It really does depend on your child’s individual strengths and needs.
As the term draws to a close we should ask ourselves how we can cultivate our young person’s minds over the summer holidays. We have some recommended reading..
Are you considering boarding school for your child and feeling torn right now?
Is your young person is an ambitious, high-achiever? Each year, the World Economic Forum seeks out individuals who reflect global diversity, innovate to promote public interest and value authentic exchanges towards public-private cooperation.
May isn’t all about hard work. View the go-to UK events over half term for all future historians, authors, artists, scientists, mathematician and sports stars.
If your child starts school in September, April is all about preparation. If your child needs help in certain subjects, extra tuition should be considered or take a look at new online learning platform..