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Pass Exams

Learn how to do your best, and what to do if results are not as hoped

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Preparing for mocks

20 February 2023 – 

With mocks just around the corner, it's time to get prepared

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Stress and anxiety

Everyone feels stressed sometimes and it can be useful and motivate your mind. But if you feel too much stress, too often, and can't calm down, then there may be a problem.

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GCSE choices

Your choice of GCSEs can have a big effect on the rest of your life so choose them well.

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Learning for Young Parents

Young parents still need to stay in education, employment or training and your learning provider should support you to complete your studies

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Avoiding Exclusion

Being excluded from school doesn't just interrupt learning. It can also have a bad impact on your future.

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Are you a young carer?

Young carers look after someone at home who has extra needs, for example an illness, disability or addiction

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Go to School

Get the most out of your time at school by avoiding absence, learning well, taking up activities and other opportunities and solving problems quickly when they happen

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Local libraries

Local libraries offer plenty of things to read, borrow, watch and listen to, mostly for free!

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Results Day

Results day can feel like an anxious time. But even if your results are not what you hoped you can still find a great place to study - guaranteed.

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Learning at Home

Most of Oxfordshire’s children and young people go to school or college – but some are educated at home