0 comments / Aug 11, 2014,author:Study Eleven Plus" > Posted on by Study Eleven Plus

While it is important for parents to provide their children with the platform to study and the right materials, this cannot be where a parent stops their interest. There is a need to continually work alongside the child and to ensure that their child is being evaluated.

It is worth remembering that different children prefer to learn in different ways.

This means that there may be a way that is more beneficial to your child when it comes to learning about a range of topics. It may also be the case that there are times of day or certain places where you child is more comfortable studying. A parent should take the time to learn these elements and then incorporate them into the learning process. You will find that at studyelevenplus, we understand the importance of providing every student with the right platform and the right tools to develop their skills and confidence.

It is important to know when to study and how to make it as relevant as possible. There is also a need to keep the studying process light-hearted, because both parents and students can become very stressed during the studying process. This can be transferred from parents to their children and quite often it is the anxiety levels of the parents that increase the level of pressure that a student feels when preparing for their 11+ exams. A parent should be looking to provide the perfect platform for studying while removing much of the stress and pressure from the studying process.

Knowing when to take a break is crucial too

While it is important to take the studying process seriously, there is also a need to know when to take a break from the studying process. There will be times when a child needs a break from studying and there will be occasions when things don’t sink in. This cannot be allowed to happen every day or at every study session, but there will be times when a parent needs to evaluate the overall status and progress being made by a child with respect to their exams.

This can be helped by developing skills over a longer period of time. There are study aids and guides available to help parents and their children build up knowledge and understanding for tests that will come in the following school years. There is a genuine opportunity to shape the progress of your child in a real and tangible manner. It is never too early to ensure your child is well prepared for the 11+ tests.

 

Download these handy timetables we've made to help you organise your child's study times! Make sure you include breaks and activities that will help to relax your child as well- don't overload them with information, after a while it will stop sinking in...

   

 

Don't forget you can always get in touch and book a FREE consultation with our resident 11+ expert!
Email: studyelevenplus@sheelseducational.co.uk
Tel: 44 (0) 1707 226597  

 

 

While it is important for parents to provide their children with the platform to study and the right materials, this cannot be where a parent stops their interest. There is a need to continually work alongside the child and to ensure that their child is being evaluated.

It is worth remembering that different children prefer to learn in different ways.

This means that there may be a way that is more beneficial to your child when it comes to learning about a range of topics. It may also be the case that there are times of day or certain places where you child is more comfortable studying. A parent should take the time to learn these elements and then incorporate them into the learning process. You will find that at studyelevenplus, we understand the importance of providing every student with the right platform and the right tools to develop their skills and confidence.

It is important to know when to study and how to make it as relevant as possible. There is also a need to keep the studying process light-hearted, because both parents and students can become very stressed during the studying process. This can be transferred from parents to their children and quite often it is the anxiety levels of the parents that increase the level of pressure that a student feels when preparing for their 11+ exams. A parent should be looking to provide the perfect platform for studying while removing much of the stress and pressure from the studying process.

Knowing when to take a break is crucial too

While it is important to take the studying process seriously, there is also a need to know when to take a break from the studying process. There will be times when a child needs a break from studying and there will be occasions when things don’t sink in. This cannot be allowed to happen every day or at every study session, but there will be times when a parent needs to evaluate the overall status and progress being made by a child with respect to their exams.

This can be helped by developing skills over a longer period of time. There are study aids and guides available to help parents and their children build up knowledge and understanding for tests that will come in the following school years. There is a genuine opportunity to shape the progress of your child in a real and tangible manner. It is never too early to ensure your child is well prepared for the 11+ tests.

 

Download these handy timetables we've made to help you organise your child's study times! Make sure you include breaks and activities that will help to relax your child as well- don't overload them with information, after a while it will stop sinking in...

   

 

Don't forget you can always get in touch and book a FREE consultation with our resident 11+ expert!
Email: studyelevenplus@sheelseducational.co.uk
Tel: 44 (0) 1707 226597  

 

 

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