How to Enjoy and Succeed at School and College (a.k.a. how to be sick* at school) is top motivational school speaker Lee Jackson’s groundbreaking book for students.
Are you aged 14-18? Do you go to school or college? Or are you a parent or teacher of a 14-18 year old? Are exams looming?! Then this is the book for you.
How To Be Sick At School: Everyday Ways to Enjoy and Succeed at School and College is a unique book to help teenagers be their best.
It’s full of easy to understand and practical tips to help you (or your young adult) enjoy and succeed at school and college. Nothing complicated or boring, just the good stuff to help you (or your young adult) to be your (their) best. There are loads of good revision guides out there but no books that look at school and college as a whole – until now.
Real reviews so far…plus there’s more on Amazon too…
“Relevant and inspirational to our generation”
Luke Rodgers – age 16
“Non-patronising, really applicable – a self-help book that actually helps!”
Tasha Hind – age 17
“Positive, interesting and funny – it really made me want to do well in my GCSE’s”
Lauren Vaux – age 15
“Down-to-earth, easy to read and very useful”
Hazel Johnson – age 14
“I wish I’d read this three years ago!”
Philippa Conlon – uni student age 20
“Lee, as with all his presentations, has produced a readily accessible toolkit for students that demonstrates how they can unpack and then repack their ‘school bag’ to maximise their chances of achieving positive outcomes from their education”
Martin Blacoe, Vice Principal, Leeds West Academy
“Lee has always been able to challenge, reassure and amuse. And this book is no different, its uplifting, yet honest, but most of all it gives well-rounded practical help to young people in schools.”
Simon Flowers, Headteacher, Carr Manor High School
*Why that title and what does “sick” mean?!
“Sick” is a common word used by young people in the U.K. and U.S. – the new version of “sick” means something like…“crazy, cool” “Now used as the newest word to replace cool” e.g. ”That skateboard is sick!” “An adjective similar to cool referring to something that is great” “something a lot of people are using to describe something in a positive manner.” “when something is done very well or it looks or sounds cool”
- Paperback: 104 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0956754244
- ISBN-13: 978-0956754240