Is it more beneficial for students to relax or to revise during the holidays?
We all know that a good revision plan is key to exam success, but finding the balance between work and play can be a real struggle for some students. Too much relaxation and pupils run the risk of wasting valuable study time. Too much revision and students can become stressed and unhealthy, ultimately affecting exam results. In the end it’s all about smart studying and giving your brain time to recover from an intense study session. The best way to do this is with regular breaks and of course, fun and engaging activities.
Knowing this, Bright World has created a bespoke half term and Easter holiday programme for international students needing somewhere to stay during their school holidays.
Bright World has hand-picked the Stay Academy for the venue’s modern, cutting-edge look and the incredible rooftop where students can relax when the sun shines. A large cafe-style recreation area and restaurant is also available to all students and the excellent well-equipped learning zone is available during revision time. Situated in the vibrant capital city of London, this British Council accredited centre offers a safe and secure environment that is within easy reach of London's main sights and attractions - just 8 minutes from Westfield Shopping Centre, 15 minutes from Wembley stadium and 30 minutes from Oxford Street, China Town and The Natural History & Science Museums. The international airports of London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London City are also nearby.
"Bright World is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment."
Today, Bright World's Directors launched the brand new WOW Award. The award recognises the importance of thanking our hardworking staff throughout the year, as each event passes. The first ever winner of this award has already been named.
At Moreton Hall, a Bright World partner school, one student has more to celebrate than just a grade A in her Theatre Studies A level. Drama scholarship student, Alice Williams, has beaten the competition to gain a place on the prestigious Stage Management course at RADA.