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For People Who Can't Revise

Revision and exam season is truly in full swing. If you’re like me and lean towards the ‘slightly last minute’ revision type, I know how hard it can be to get into a routine of doing good quality revision. 338 more words

Sixth Form

An Inspector Calls...

On Wednesday, Bedales held an education conference as part of its series of ‘leading independent thinking’ events. Two years ago the subject was innovative education, whilst this one focused on leadership. 1,150 more words

Bedales School

10 TOP Tips for Revision..

#1 Do short bursts with regular breaks – Do about 20-30 minute bursts of revision (or as long as you can keep concentration) with 5-10 minutes break in between. 530 more words



So I’m mixing things up a little this week with a rather different kind of post. I thought I would post an old piece of my creative writing, specifically a piece I wrote during my GCSE English Language course (over two years ago now), entitled Falling. 1,222 more words



I feel like I’m finally getting to grip with my brain and my life and that means my life is changing for the better. So I want to change this blog to something like a diary that’s not just about my brain but also about life in general and what I’m doing as I transition to college. 26 more words



It’s too much. This week I’m having exams everyday, starting off with Monday where I have an English Literature and Religious Studies exam; altogether that’s 3½ hours of non-stop writing, plus the other lessons I’ll be having that day. 290 more words


General Certificate of Secondary Education
AKA two years of hard studying,
AKA two years of near-sleepless nights,
AKA two years of bad hair, no makeup, 52 more words