These two documents have supported me in my revision lessons and provided structure to my students' revision.
The revision jotter is more open-ended and allows students to make notes, draw mind-maps or practise exam questions with spaces for important information around the edge.
This booklet contains advice to help you get set up for revision and to make sure that it's as effective as possible.
Print this and fill it in. Read the revision advice booklet first and make sure you prioritise the right subjects and topics. Stick it on your bedroom door and share it with friends and family so they can support you in sticking to it.