Revising for exams can be challenging or children and parents. It can sometimes feel as though parents are having to become teachers, cheerleaders, coaches and examiners as their children navigate their GCSE's, 11+ exams, Common entrance, A levels, IB, SAT's - the list is endless
My School Boxes is here to support students revision throughout their exams. Our revision resources have been hand selected form different publishers, tuition agencies and individual tutors to allow you to access all the best resources, all in one place.
My School Boxes offers subscription boxes that support and motivate young people through their exams. Covering a wide range of UK and USA exams, these boxes ensure that your child knows that you care about their exams and want them to do their best, whilst also allowing you to rest assured that they are being provided with daily revision tasks to keep them on track.
Our boxes aren't just filled with 'boring' revision material though - our students look forward to receiving their boxes filled with stickers, gifts, stationery and fun treats to make every month.
We know that taking exams can be a stressful time for our students. We support our students wellbeing with mindfulness cards, recommended exercises and an online support group* to answer any questions they may have about their upcoming exams .
*Note- for 11+ boxes we provide a parental support group instead of a student support group
Myschoolboxes offers a variety of exam practice papers that have been hand selected by our team of experts. We have also reviewed every simple exam paper do that you can see how difficult it is and what topics it covers. This makes sure that you only purchase the correct practice papers for you.
Our chilli system rates the exam papers on myschoolboxes from easiest to most difficult, so if you are applying for a super selective 11+ place, or are aiming for 9's at GCSE- you will be aiming for the 5 chilli papers. We regularly ask for recommendation from past students who have used these resources to ensure that our chilli rating remains accurate.
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