Kevin Newman who runs the not-for-profit educational organisation All-Inclusive History is holding a series of workshops for students in years ten and 11.
The first of the GCSE Modern World History workshops is taking place in the Worthing Library lecture theatre, on Wednesday, from 10am until 1pm.
Kevin is a GCSE assistant examiner as well as a contributor to history textbooks and a former head of history.
He will take students through the basics they need to understand the GCSE history exam this June. Pupils will look at all styles of questions, what an examiner is looking for, what to do if they get stuck and also how to get top marks. There will be a chance to work with other students and tackle exam paper questions.
Parents and teachers are welcome to attend. Past exam papers and resources will be available.
The cost of the workshop is £15 per person. Refreshments will be available but students need to provide their own lunch.
More workshops will follow at Easter and in May and June.
For more information, contact Kevin on 07504 863867 or email [email protected]