Lucinda helps parents navigate the complexities of parenting teenagers through secondary education through a unique combination of evidence based psychology, system knowledge and personal experience.
Study Skills Courses & Tuition
Lucinda is available for limited one-to-one or small group study skills tuition and Psychology tuition.
Lucinda has created an online community as a Facebook group which provides information, support and expert interviews to support parents on their parenting journey.
I offer one-to-one or small group study skills tuition. This is usually 4-8 one hour weekly sessions covering how we learn, how to revise effectively and exam skills.
I offer A level Psychology tuition online or in person. I have taught psychology for over 20 years and examined for both OCR and AQA at A level. I charge £75 per 1.5 hours (minimum session).
This is a group for parents, who have children in secondary education, to learn, share ideas and resources, and ask questions about getting through the trials and tribulations of secondary education. Though based in South Oxfordshire we welcome parents from across the UK.
It is run by Lucinda Powell and Helen Neary both Psychology Teachers who offer parents and students a wide range of support such as Coaching, anxiety management, study skills support and much more.
'I think it helps you prepare for the coming year and really improves your understanding of GCSEs. Also I think lots of people struggle when it comes to revising and this course shows you many techniques to cope with that.'
'The information I have learnt will be so useful to use for my exams, and will definitely be vital to revision, exam preparation and how to make the most of the resources offered. '
'It has made me feel more prepared for revision in the future.'
'I enjoyed your style and approach. The content reinforced a lot of what I already knew but had forgotten or overlooked - it helped me to take a step back. I found focusing on what you can influence/control a good reminder.'
'Very useful to understand how the teenage brain works and how this affects behaviour around screen use.