High School Success Programme 2024.
This programme is suitable for GCSE and A level Students.
Is your ADHD getting in the way of you succeeding in High school?
This programme is suitable for any student with diagnosed or suspected ADHD aged 14 to 19 years old, focusing on their GCSEs and A Levels. This includes students in Years 11 and 13 with exams around the corner, and those in Years 10 and 12, not yet due to sit exams, but who would like to get in early to set themselves up for success.
The programme is ideal for students wanting to better understand themselves and their ADHD and who are keen to learn how to work with their unique brain wiring to reach their goals. The programme offers the visibility, structure and accountability students need to stay on top of their revision. More importantly, it provides students with a community of coaches and peers that truly “see” them and cheer them on to success – academically and beyond.
We will be running our 5-week programme on:
What is available?
We offer accountability, study halls, coaching, check ins, parent meet ups and chill out sessions.
The Programme starts with our “6 Steps to High School Success”, a 1-week comprehensive introduction before the, “rolling” Programme begins to set expectations so students, parents, and staff are aligned. Here are some of the highlights.
6 Steps to High School Success.
We begin the programme with our 6 Steps to High School Success Course.
ADHD Parent Education Course.
Parents have FREE access to an online parent education course through their teen's online portal covering:
We give you the perspective and toolkit to 'help not hinder' becoming your child's much needed champion.
- Module 1: How to Thrive, and Not Just Survive
- Module 2: Self-Care
- Module 3: Prepping for Success, at home and beyond
- Module 4: A Holistic approach to ADHD
By the end of this course, parents will be able to look at their teen through an ADHD lens, recognise and cultivate their strengths and interests, adapt their parenting styles to promote their parenting goals and and last but not least, learn how to put on their oxygen masks first. Parents as well as students need to make sure they have enough in their tank to complete the marathon that is GCSEs and A Levels!
How Will The High School Success Programme Help Students with ADHD?
The ADHD Academy High School Success Programme has been designed to educate and inspire students with ADHD to understand and embrace their ADHD and to remove their barriers to succeeding at High School so they can go on to fulfil their unique, and often great, potential. We offer 1:1 Coaching as well as our Academic Success Programmes.
defeat negative self-talk and increase confidence by looking through “the ADHD lens”
by identifying ADHD learning needs and processing styles to learn and revise more easily and effectively
through the structured framework and “body double” strategies
by identifying the “why” and working with peers who share relatable challenges
Reduce Overwhelm & Anxiety
by learning how to better manage tasks and deadlines as well as prioritise self-care
Gain Valuable Life Skills
that enable students to thrive with ADHD and promote success in the future
Complete your membership registration below ready for the programme to start on your choosen date.
If you are looking to join our February programme, click next below where you have the option to change the start date.