Rethinking Revision Workshop

Still making time-consuming, colour coded revision plans? We’ve got a better way, based on the science of learning!  

Versions for Ages 11-16 | KS3, KS4


Help me revise!

Braintastic! Science amazing brain mascot Briony - with microphone
Braintastic! Science amazing brain mascot Briony - with microphone (hands up)

In this revision skills workshop we explore the most effective way to revise. We will cover memory retention techniques and explore psychology and neuroscience research that can help boost learning by better understanding our amazing brains. During the session students will learn how to design more effective revision plans, to take away with them.

  • The problems with using a traditional revision timetable

  • The latest science and what it tells us about how and when to revise

  • A new method to track your learning and boost your efficiency

  • Importance of sleep for learning (RE/RSE and health education)

  • How to apply memory techniques to your trickiest subjects

  • The best ways to revise, including designing your own effective revision plan

  • Live in-person: 2 sessions for £495 
    Extra workshops on the same day: £95/workshop

  • Online / virtual workshop: £145 

  • Our workshops can run for 30 or 45 minutes, whichever suits your timetable best.

  • They are designed to work for group sizes between 10-30, to allow group work, and plenty of time for discussion with our expert presenters.

  • As students will be making their own revision timetable, they will need to be seated at tables.

  • We will also need a screen to connect to our laptop.

  • We will provide all the materials needed for the workshop.

  • Interactive, engaging and grounded in science

  • Perfect for a PSHE class or drop-down day

  • Fabulous presenters with a background in brain science

  • Rave reviews from teachers, students and top science festivals


Thank you so much for coming down to do the show for us. Everyone had an amazing time and we would definitely love to have you back again. 

Amy Seales, Family Programme Coordinator
The Royal Institution of Great Britain.