Whatever GCSE revision your students complete, always be positive and praise their effort. Well-being and mental health are constantly under threat during exam season, and even one positive comment outside of lessons can be the difference between high-quality revision (and happiness) and aimless re-reading (coupled with feelings of failure).
Consistency in GCSE revision is a two-way street, and we must always make sure that students feel supported in completing their exam revision and extra work. This can extend to rewards for students who consistently complete revision (stationary or a quick note home will do) or reminding students that they can reward themselves – for example, why not go to the cinema if they have regularly revised?
Be consistent, keep GCSE revision easy to access and simple to complete, and not only will those quiz scores start to rise, but students will become more confident in their knowledge and more engaged in (and out) of lessons. Even Phil and Kirsty would approve of that.