Prepare for SATS week with Anomaly UK

Prepare for SATS this week with Anomaly UK. In our blog post, find out how to prepare for SATS week. Whether you’re a pupil, parent or a teacher, this blog post will list key tips to help with revision and help with dealing with stress that can be cause by upcoming tests. Promote a healthy lifestyle  life-tyle-444x296 With all the stress of exams, it’s easy to get into a bad routine. Whether you’re a pupil, teacher or a parent you should try to promote a healthy lifestyle. This means focusing on your diet and your sleep. Eating good food in the run up to exams can help decrease stress and help you focus on the task ahead. On the morning of your exam you should eat a good breakfast, cereal or brown bread toast is always a good option. In the run up to the exams, it’s important to do things which help you reduce stress. You should take time out of revision or planning to do something you enjoy. This applies to everyone, teachers, pupils and parents. Make sure on the week of exams you are getting plenty of rest, you should aim for 8 hours of sleep. On the day of the exam As explained in the previous paragraph, even if you don’t normally eat much for breakfast, during SATS week, make sure you do. On your way to school, you could go over a few last minute revision pointers to help jog your memory and put you in the right state of mind. It’s always important to remember that you can only try your best. As important as SATS are they do not define you as a person and it’s OK if you don’t do as well as you thought. In the run up to SATS we’ve been displaying content which is crucial to helping reduce stress during these busy months. If your school has Anomaly equipment, make sure to look out for key messages on our screens. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your workplace or school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education and construction sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook