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[14] Does your child need a private tutor with Adam Muckle | Lucy Parsons

Have you ever considered employing a subject tutor for your child? In this episode of The School Success Formula I discuss the whole business of private tutoring with Adam Muckle, the president of The Tutors’ Association. 47 more words

[13] How to support your teenager at the start of the school year | Lucy Parsons

We’re still very early in the academic year so I thought that now would be a good time to share some ideas about how to support your teenager to make sure that they’re getting off to a good start. 46 more words

How to persuade your mum or dad that The Exam Success Formula is right for you | Lucy Parsons

Maybe you’ve been following my blogs for a while and you’re signed up to my email newsletter. Maybe you hand around my Facebook page or Twitter account hungrily clicking on my tweets to get more inspiration and how-to advice to move you forwards with your exams. 44 more words

How to persuade your child that The Exam Success Formula is right for them | Lucy Parsons

You may have been checking out the information page about my course for parents and students, The Exam Success Formula, and wondering whether you should sign yourself and your child up for it. 56 more words

How to prepare for The Exam Success Formula | Lucy Parsons

If you’re thinking about signing up for The Exam Success Formula you might be wondering what you need to do to prepare. The Exam Success Formula is my course for parents and students that teaches the study skills, mindset and habits needed to reach your child’s academic potential. 32 more words

[12] How to nurture grit in your teen with Caren Baruch-Feldman | Lucy Parsons

In this episode of The School Success Formula I interview Caren Baruch-Feldman, a clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist from Scarsdale, New York. We talk about her book, The Grit Guide for Teens, and discuss how parents can help their teens to develop a grittier attitude in all areas of their lives. 32 more words