Education Case Studies

Case Study 1:

 Helping teachers and schools support young people to gain good exam grades (GCSEs & A Levels)

Objective: 

 Increase grades, enhance pupil well-being and support parents to help their young people.

Results:

 – A grade by grade comparison of GCSEs showed that pupils who completed the programme improved 50% more per grade than their peers, from mock exams.

 – The pupils, who experienced the full programme over three terms, were six times more likely to achieve good to excellent improvements from mock exams to actual GCSE grades. Good to excellent improvements were deemed to be where a pupil shows an increase of one grade in six subjects or more.

 – Improved levels of concentration, motivation and personal performance by staff and students.

 – Improved learning habits among pupils.

 – Parents reported being better able to help their children learn at home.

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Case Study 2:

Improve wellbeing and academic performance of underperforming pupils.

Objective: 

Case Study 2: Introduce our programme to improve wellbeing and academic performance of underperforming pupils at St Bede’s & St Joseph’s Catholic College, Bradford.

Results:

 – Improved GCSE performance, on average by half a grade per subject.

 – Improved levels of concentration, motivation and personal performance by pupils.

 – Improved homework and study habits among pupils.

 – Adoption of new teaching/ learning methods.

 – Successful adoption of home support techniques by parents/guardians, who were better able to help their children continue learning at home.

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Case Study 3:

Train new teachers in the use of Me Power techniques in their classrooms.

Objective: 

Case Study 3: Train new ‘Teach First’ teachers in the use of Me Power techniques in their classrooms.

Results:

 – Successful delivery of new neuroscience-based teaching methods at national CPD event.

 – Teachers learned how to motivate pupils and increase concentration levels.

 – Teachers learned to improve learning and exam performance.

 – Understanding of how pupils can be supported to achieve higher grades. 

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Case Study 4:

Increase pupils’ knowledge and understanding of emotional regulation habits.

Objective: 

Increase pupils’ knowledge and understanding of emotional regulation and develop improved emotional regulation habits, at Quintin Kynaston School, London.

Results:

 – Pupils participating in the programme developed a better understanding of emotional regulation, self-control, and were better able to deploy such techniques than non-participants.

 – Pupils also cited improved motivation and understanding of how to change unhelpful behaviour and habits.

 – Parents involved in the programme reported improved understanding of how emotional regulation habits could benefit their own lives. 

 – Parents also reported enhanced relationships with their children.

 – School staff reported improved behaviour and learning by pupils.

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