- Is your child failing to reach their potential during exams due to nervousness?
- Are your students failing to pass their exams because they cannot retain information?
- Do your pupils suffer with exam anxiety?
- Is your teenager refusing to revise?
- Has your child got into the habit of becoming very upset when it is time for them to do exams?
Many children experience a degree of anxiety and stress around exam times and a certain amount of stress can be useful for us to help us focus. However stress and worry can also hold pupils back from reaching their full potential if the emotions become out of control.
When students are stressed and worried it is less easy for their brains to access information, even those students have previously demonstrated very positive results and promise.
Sometimes a setback can heighten the likelihood of failing at exams later. It is easy for children and teenagers to lose faith in their own abilities at a time when they feel under pressure and are also coping with the challenges of growing up!
As young people develop in maturity they may have a greater understanding of the process of exams or the implications of passing and failing them. They will probably become more convinced that there is nothing to be afraid of, yet logically knowing that there is nothing to be afraid of is very different to actually possessing the ability to remain calm.
Do you want exam success?
We are specialists at helping children, students and teenagers access their full potential during exams.
Whether it's 11+, SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Mods or other specialist tests for dance classes, music exams or theatre performances there is a way to overcome test and exam stress to achieve the best possible results.
We help young people develop simple revision strategies that will motivate them to remember the information they need. Simple techniques that are comprehendible for children and teenagers can be taught and used to enable them to develop the ability to relax in highly stressful intense situations, allowing them to recall information with ease.
Our team of practitioners are qualified therapists and workshop leaders who provide one to one coaching for children, teenagers and pupils to help them improve their memory using specific memory skills and relaxation techniques.
We also provide exam success workshops for children and older students in schools and in the local communities. (Our workshops are recommended for 7 years plus but we can work with much younger children in a one to one setting.)
Our practitioners are based throughout the UK and abroad and have had specialist training in using their skills with children and young people. Every practitioner is insured and CRB checked and receives continual professional development from our organisation which has been established since 2007.
Our practitioners offer a free introductory consultation for one to one therapy and coaching.
We also offer a free consultation to discuss the requirements of a Exam Success Workshop in your school, college or university and will work with you to meet the needs of your pupils and students.
What children, students and parents are saying about Exam-Success4Kids...
"I learned how to be calm and relaxed whilst dealing with stress."
"She got a merit for her ballet but a distinction for her tap, she is over the moon!! The teacher has now put her in for another exam in July. Thanks for all your help." Parent of SB, age 14 years."
"I just wanted to let you know how AJ is getting on. He passed his 12+ and is now attending Grammar School! He's a much more positive person now and I wanted to thank you so much for all your help." Parent of AJ, age 11 years.
"He enjoyed his sessions with you and has definitely taken the lessons learnt and is using them without even realising he's doing it. We were watching I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and the contestants had to remember where random pictures were on a board. He remembered the place of every one of them and was screaming at the TV!!!! Afterwards I asked him how he remembered, he said he had used your memory method." Parent of LP, age 11 years.