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Navigating exam season - free resources

Navigating exam season - free resources

Exam season can be a challenging time for young people. Many feel stressed in the lead-up to their exams and worried in anticipation of their results.

As adults, it can be difficult to know what we can do to support children and young people during this time. We've created some tip sheets full of practical advice to help young people, schools and families manage stress during exam season.

Exams and revision

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Exam stress tips for students

Our advice on managing stress in the lead-up to and during your exams.

Exams tip sheet for students

Exams tip sheet for students (Welsh) 

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Exam stress tips for schools

Help your pupils to manage exam stress with our practical advice.

Exams tip sheet for schools 

Exams tip sheet for schools (Welsh) 

A parent sitting and comforting her daughter who is upset whilst they sit at the kitchen table looking at school work

Exam stress tips for parents and carers

Support your child to beat exam stress this summer with our top tips.

Exams tip sheet for parents and carers 

Exams tip sheet for parents and carers (Welsh) 

Results day

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Results day tips for students

How to look after yourself in the lead up to and during results day.

Results tip sheet for students

Results tip sheet for students (Welsh)

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Results day tips for schools

Tips to help you and your pupils with the ups and downs of results day.

Results tip sheet for schools

Results tip sheet for schools (Welsh)

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Results day tips for parents and carers

Our advice on supporting your child with their feelings around results day.

Results tip sheet for parents and carers

Results tip sheet for parents and carers (Welsh) 

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