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BBC Looking for parents of 16-18 year olds

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MEDIA: MindSet2018 Tue 14-Nov-17 14:46:24

BBC’s The Mind Set are looking for parents of 16 - 18 year olds who have taken their GCSE or National exams in the last two years.

The Mind Set is the UK’s first national peer-to-peer coaching network for GCSE and Nationals students.

Through a series of short films, a team of students offer practical and wellbeing advice on a variety of topics from how to start revising to how to keep motivated. This year we are also looking for parents to give advice.

You can see last years films here: www.bbc.co.uk/education/highlights/curations/zpbdxfr

- Has your son/daughter taken their GCSEs or Nationals exams in the past two years?
- Whatever grades they got, did they manage to achieve their full potential?
- Do you think you could advise parents with children coming up to their exams?
- Do you think you would be good on Live TV or Radio?

How to get involved:

- Tell us when your son/daughter took their exams and what grades were achieved.
- Tell us what would be your best piece of advice to pass on to parents with children taking their exams.
- In less than 100 words, tell us why you would make a great mentor to next year’s parents.

Email us at themindset@grainmedia.co.uk before the 23rd November

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