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Study Saturdays get off to a Superb Start!

Study Saturdays get off to a Superb Start!


Jackson Helyer
Jackson Helyer
Study Saturdays get off to a Superb Start!
Nearly 50 students turned up for the first Study Saturday of the exam season and worked really hard between the hours of 10.00 am and 2.00 pm in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) last Saturday.
  • LRC1 was designated as a Silent Working Room for those who wanted to really concentrate and work independently.
  • LRC2 facilitated a quiet environment for group-work
  • LRC3 was the Sixth Form only Study Room.
  • LRC4 was set up for students to work collaboratively and it was great to see that powerful ‘learning together’ taking place.
Throughout the session, it was also so nice to see Sixth Formers working alongside Year 11 students, sharing their expertise when needed.
Every Saturday for the next 5 weeks the LRC will be open to support our hard working Year 11 and 13 students who want a change of scenery between the hours of 10.00 am and 2.00 pm. Last year’s Year 11 cohort told us that it was one of the many powerful strategies on offer that really helped the students in the run up to their all-important GCSE Examinations taking place this month and next.
Joshua in Year 13 received the prize for being the first student to arrive from the ‘Class of 2024) just before 10.00 am, working hard for the full 4 hours – it was impressive to see!

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