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We’ve helped 1000s of parents since we started. We’d love to help you too.
Being part of our membership isn’t just about getting all the information you need about Post-16. It’s also about being part of a community. You’ll know what to expect, when to expect it, and you won’t be doing it alone.
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It’s a big step up from GCSEs… (and they didn’t even get to DO those!)
HELP THEM START YEAR 12 RIGHT
They haven’t had to do the intensive revision that would have happened this year before GCSEs.
They haven’t had to put the structure in place to make sure they covered everything and used their time sensibly.
They’ll suddenly find they have ‘free’ lessons, and it’s all too easy to spend those catching up with their friends (instead of catching up with their homework, which is what they should be doing…)
Plus, the next two years aren’t just about their post-16 courses, they’re also about planning ahead for university or a job.
You don’t want them staring at a rather empty looking CV or personal statement, but that means starting to think about it now.
What if there was a blueprint?
If someone could map out for you exactly what to expect, what they need to do, and when they need to do it, that would help you feel confident that they’re ready for whatever’s next, right?
Wouldn’t it be great if…
✔︎ You could spend less than 10 minutes a week ‘keeping on top’ of all this?
✔︎ You could get expert support with all the scary things like UCAS applications, Personal Statements, referencing correctly, and university finance?
✔︎ You could have the chance to ask questions and get answers from teachers all through the year, not just at parents’ evening?
✔︎ You could work with your child to help them develop the independent learning skills (and a few life skills) that they’ll need when they leave school?
✔︎ You could do all this without having to nag, because your child knows you’re on the same team here!
Introducing the Parent Guide to Post-16 Membership
Join the #ParentsWhoKnow
✔︎ You’ll know how to help them be prepared for their post-16 study, whether that’s A-levels, BTECs or CTECs
✔︎ You’ll know how to help them get (and stay) organised
✔︎ You’ll know how to help them work smarter, not harder, and use the most effective study techniques for them
✔︎ You’ll know they’re fully prepared for whatever exams throw at them
… and you’ll be completely on top of helping them plan for whatever they choose to do next
… because KNOWLEDGE beats NAGGING. Every time
(and if there’s anything you don’t know yet, we run two drop-in Q&A sessions in the private members-only Facebook group each month)
Here’s what your membership journey looks like…
We’ll make sure you have exactly what you need, when you need it, all year long.
Each week, there’ll be a small, bite-sized chunk of information delivered to you. You can either read the email, or watch the video. Either way, it’ll take less than 10 minutes.
Sometimes it’ll just be for you.
Sometimes it’ll be something to read with your child.
Our ‘B-2 Stealth System’ means those 10 minutes with your child will be positive, nag-free, and should give you insight into how they’re coping.
Yup. The New Kids On The Block had it exactly right: Step by Step (ooh baby).
Think of it like decorating a room.
You start by deciding on colours, clearing all the furniture out, and paying someone else to scrub the walls because it’s boring. You then faff around with masking tape to get straight edges, and set up your roller and paintbrush and stuff.
Next you do the actual painting bit. It’s easy, because you did all the boring prep work. Finally, you can stand in the middle of the room appreciating how fabulous a job you’ve done. Then go and pour yourself a large gin as a reward.
The stages have been refined by years of experience as a teacher, and then by the realisation that it’s totally different when you’re the parent instead.
We want the learning part to be simple, so that’s why we go through the tedious organising-of-folders and setting-up- revision-plans bits. It’s worth it.
So how does it work when I sign up?
Oh, and if you have any questions, there’s a drop-in Q&A session twice a month!
Here are just a few of the things we’ll cover…
💡 CV building – everything you need to know to fill out your CV and win the job!
💡 Social Media & the workplace (or uni application) – the dangers
💡 How to be an independent, self-motivated learner
💡 When to do Uni visits (and what to look for)
💡 How Uni finance works (and how to plan for it)
💡 How to reference accurately in your work
💡 Preparing the perfect personal statement
….and lots more!