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Raising a Resilient Learner: Preparing Young Children for School Assessments

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Tests and exams are a fact of life for all children. As parents, our goal should be to teach them that exams are not to be feared or perceived as stressful or traumatic. We should encourage them to view tests as a normal part of school life, which they should approach as proactively and positively as possible. Our top tips on preparing younger children for assessments will help you to consider how you talk about exams in family life, how to help your child feel calm and in control, and ways to make revising fun.

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