Do you have teenagers in their last years of school or revising for their exams?
Do you want to see them achieve their true potential?
Or maybe you just want some help to keep them ‘on track’?
This short book is full of practical wisdom and experience for parents and carers, written by Lee Jackson who has over 23 years of experience working with students in schools and colleges across the UK. As well as a parent of teenage twins who’ve just passed their English GCSEs, Lee is also one of the UK’s most popular and experienced motivational speakers and the author of many books, including a study skills book for Collins. His down to earth style helps parents really grasp how they can encourage their children to do their very best.
Discover easy tips to help you and your teenager through the crucial and challenging season of revision and exams. Learn how to help them focus, beat procrastination, and critical ways to help you lead your teenager successfully through the last years of school and college.
“Partnership between parents and teachers is vital and Lee’s book strengthens that link and will help your child succeed at school”
Helen Loveday-Sims, English Teacher
“This is a great little book. Easy to read and packed with really practical ideas that feel doable as parents trying to help our kids. It makes a big difference to know that this book is all drawn from Lee’s experience as a youth worker, school speaker and parent – very down to earth stuff. A really good pointer on how I can best help my kids.”
Tim Morfin, CEO TLG The Education Charity
“Lee’s book will help all families navigate the stress that is exam-time. Along the way, don’t forget to let your teens know you love them whatever grade they get.”
Rob Parsons OBE, CEO Care for the Family.
“Simply brilliant! Lee provides practical no-nonsense tips and techniques to help parents guide their children through one of the most stressful, but arguably important, time of their lives. Schools and teachers can only do so much and this book is a source of invaluable help and support for all the parents out there who want to do the right thing.”
Dr. Lesley Hunter, Former Ofsted trained lead inspector and school improvement specialist.