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Study Skills for Success

Cabramatta High School, NSW

Sydney, NSW

With more than 1400 students hailing from 43 countries, Cabramatta High School wants to improve its students’ literacy levels by teaching them strong study skills that ensure they perform their best in exams. With the support of a $20,000 grant from Schools Plus, the school will implement its Study Skills for Success project in 2015.

The project – for students from a language background other than English – will involve workshops tailored by year level to boost the students’ literacy skills, especially in extended writing and inferential reading. Students will also be given practical tips on how to manage their time and stress levels at exam time.

About 80 parents will also participate in workshops to learn how to support their children and the importance of healthy eating, sleeping, exercise and study patterns. Principal Beth Godwin said the Schools Plus grant allows her to trial a concept that she expects will make a significant difference to her students’ success and wellbeing.

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Cabramatta High School

Cabramatta, NSW

www.cabramatta-h.schools.nsw.edu.au

Sydney, NSW

With more than 1400 students hailing from 43 countries, Cabramatta High School wants to improve its students’ literacy levels by teaching them strong study skills that ensure they perform their best in exams. With the support of a $20,000 grant from Schools Plus, the school will implement its Study Skills for Success project in 2015.

The project – for students from a language background other than English – will involve workshops tailored by year level to boost the students’ literacy skills, especially in extended writing and inferential reading. Students will also be given practical tips on how to manage their time and stress levels at exam time.

About 80 parents will also participate in workshops to learn how to support their children and the importance of healthy eating, sleeping, exercise and study patterns. Principal Beth Godwin said the Schools Plus grant allows her to trial a concept that she expects will make a significant difference to her students’ success and wellbeing.

Cabramatta High School

Cabramatta,

www.cabramatta-h.schools.nsw.edu.au