£45.19 – £98.29

Big Dreams start with a Plan - How to Write 1st Class ESSAYS

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CitizenM Hotel Bankside

20 Lavington Street



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Lawyer, Doctor, Scientist, Engineer, Film Director, Actor, Producer, Entrepreneur, NGO campaigner?

  • What is YOUR dream?
  • Take your dream and MAKE IT real.
  • Need 1st class grades?
  • START with writing 1st class essays.

The workshop

This is an interactive workshop. You will work on your study skills and with other group members. The workshop is collaborative and informal. We aim to create a supportive environment in which you feel free to learn and ask questions. We focus on your:

  • reading
  • critical thinking
  • writing skills

Workshop Places / materials

  • This workshop is limited to a maximum of 30 students.
  • There is no pre-workshop reading.
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free coffee, tea and water

What will I learn?

Suzanne will show you the easy way to plan, organise and write essays in any subject. You will be introduced to R.E.D. (Read. Evaluate. Decide.) Spend an afternoon to learn the key to improving the way you:

  • Read and record key information
  • Enhance your critical thinking skills
  • Write better essays

“I believe with the right study skills students can achieve their full potential. Leave this workshop with the ability to write better and smarter essays.

Suzanne Reece,

The Study Coach, solicitor (non-practising) lecturer and author.

The Study Coach

Suzanne Reece, The Study Coach

Suzanne Reece is a solicitor (non- practising) who worked for over 17 years in several legal firms. She later moved into education teaching post graduate law at City University of London for nearly 10 years. Her expertise:

  • skills teaching- written and spoken skills,
  • academic support
  • Postgraduate assessment marking
  • Designing assessments for written and spoken skills
  • LLM dissertations supervision
  • Course design.

Suzanne understands what tutors look for in 1st class essays. She has taught thousands of students and already helped many students obtain first class grades. Join her for a workshop that will really change the way you think and write.

Suzanne Reece, The Study Coach

B.A. (Hons), P.G.C.E, C.P.E, Solicitor (non-practising)

Who should attend this workshop?

International and UK students who are studying on challenging courses and want to improve their study skills and essay writing. You will be:

  • driven,
  • ambitious,
  • committed to achieving your goals.

What will the Workshop cost?

The first 3 students will receive a £50 discount and pay £45.19 (including the booking fee).

The full cost of the workshop is £98.29 (including booking fee of £6.29).

When is the workshop?

Date: Various dates

Time: 2.00am-5.00pm

Venue: CitizenM Hotel Bankside, 20 Lavington Street London SE1 0NZ

nearest tubes Southwark, London Bridge or Borough Underground stations.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

18 years and above

What's the refund policy?

Yes. you can have a full refund if you need to cancel up to 7 full days before your workshop. If you need to cancel 7 days or less you will be offered an alternative date for the workshop.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. Download your ticket to your mobile device or bring a printed ticket.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?


Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

No the names should be the same

Is there a timetable?



1.45 -2.00 Arrival at venue and coffee

2.00- 2.15 Introduction & setting our objectives

2.15 -2.45 Understanding RED

2.45- 3.45 Exercises 1 & 2 – Case Study- R.E.D

3.45- 4.00 BREAK

4.00- 4.30 Exercise 3 – Essay writing

4.30- 5.00 Q & A Group discussions (Time to ask questions)

*subject to group discussion and students’ progress during the workshop.

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