Updated: May 7

Now that school holidays have arrived, avoid losing the momentum gained in late Term 2. We can do this with just 20 minutes a days of mixed revision. It's not challenging or new content, just easy questions, for your year level at school.

It will be probably take 20 minutes of complaining or procrastination, before a question is completed, but it is worth it! The daily complaints or avoidance tactics may not stop, but the rewards, will pay off in Term 3.

Rewards include: quicker recall of easier concepts, practicing known concepts and increasing confidence and expertise in key learning areas and improved exam results. Keep up the good work!


To get started, get a list of the topics in mathematics and english, your child is supposed to complete, in this 12 month period.


Practise writing answers to questions, in each topic area, over the school holidays.


Assess level of competency, to locate any gaps in learning.


Locate extra learning material, to support you child, in these weaker areas of learning.


Start a daily home schedule of learning, through short bursts of 20 minutes of answering questions on one topic, per session.


Track your child's improvement, through a goal-based marking chart. This will motivate your child to succeed in each topic area.


Get the support of your child's teacher, in the next school term, so your child's needs can be targeted for improvements.

Good luck!

I hope everyone had a great holiday!

Coming up to the end of the school holidays and the beginning of the school year, this is the perfect time to start revising last years work and take a sneak peak at what is expected this year.

No time like the present to take advantage of time and get ahead of the year to come.

Enjoy the rest of the school holidays and if you're looking for that jump start, you can book a free assessment online or call us 1300 183 488.