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Exam Busting: Learning Techniques That Really Work
Fri 21 April 2017, 17:00 – 19:00 BST
More Curricular's Learning to Learning Series
Would you be surprised to know that simple learning techniques which could help your child's educational progress and achievements are not being taught in schools?
Teachers and educators often don't have the time to sift through and evaluate the latest educational research, whereas students tend to stick with the learning techniques that are more popular.
More Curricular's Learning to Learning Series bridges the gap between research and educational practice, providing research-led interactive workshops which can help your child to improve memory, problem-solving and comprehension skills.
About the course
Using the latest educational research More Curricular are going to show your child what learning techniques work and how to use them effectively.
Who is this course for?
The workshop is ideal for children aged 9 - 16 years old, who are preparing for exams or just want to improve their progress at school.
(1) Is there an age limit to attend this workshop?
Our workshop is suitable for children aged 9 to 16 years old. However, if your child is outside this age range, please email email@example.com and we will see if we can accommodate them.
(2) Do parents have to attend the workshop with their child?
No, the workshop has been designed specifically for children. It is a 2-hour interactive workshop with lots of group tasks and discussions. Parents can drop their child off at the training centre and return to collect them.
(3) What are my transport/parking options getting to this workshop?
The nearest tube/train stations are:
- Piccadilly Circus Tube station
- Leicester Square Tube station
- Charing Cross Tube and Railway station
There are also lots of buses that serve Trafalgar Square and Haymarket. More information about buses is available at Transport for London's website.
Unfortunately, there are no car parking facilities at New Zealand House. The nearest car parks are Q Park Trafalgar, London St Martins Lane Hotel and China Town Master Parking. Please see their websites for more details.
(4) Who do I ask for when I arrive?
Please report to the reception on arrival and explain that you are attending a workshop in the Impact Hub. You will be asked to wait in the reception and a member of staff will collect you a few minutes before the workshop is scheduled to start.
(5) What can/can't my child bring to this workshop?
Your child doesn't need to bring anything, pens and paper will be provided.
(6) How long are the workshops?
The workshop runs for 2 hours, which includes a 10-minute break.
(7) What is the refund policy?
We are happy to give refunds for requests made to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 5 working days before the start of the workshop. However, the refund will be subject to £5 administration charge.
Unfortunately, we do not provide refunds for any requests made less than 5 days before the start of the workshop.
(8) Is my ticket transferable?
Tickets can be transferred to another date on one occasion only, and as long as 5 working days notice is given before the workshop start date.
(9) Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email email@example.com, if you have any questions
(10) What are the terms and conditions?
Our terms and conditions can be found on our FAQ page.