Win a stationery set for your child’s exams

Giveaway (Collaborative Post)¦ Whether it’s GCSEs, A Levels or SATs, end of year exams are always stressful for children. It’s important to make sure that they get enough sleep, food and drink in the run up to exams. Try to make sure they don’t study so much that they burn themselves either. Gently remind them that frequent breaks are healthy and actually help the brain to retain more. Perhaps you could buy treats for them to snack on for a boost in these breaks. Another little boost could be some new stationery!

At the start of the school year, I used to love going stationery shopping! It was so fun selecting my pencil case, choosing a new fountain pen and selecting other bits and bobs. There’s just something about it I’ve always liked, which probably helps to explain the abundance of notepads on my bookshelf.

I used to enjoy having new pens or new other pieces of stationery when it came to exams too. It just gave me a little boost of happiness. Of course, this can be very helpful in a stressful situation! It’s funny how something so simple can help to spur you on.

As such, I am running a giveaway for one lucky winner  to win a stationery set. Containing all the exam essentials, it contains the following:

  • 2 HB Graphite Pencils
  • 2 Ballpoint Pens (1x Black, 1 x Blue)
  • Pencil
  • Lead Refill
  • Self-Centering Compass
  • 15cm/6” Rule
  • 2 Set Squares
  • Large Sleeved Eraser
  • Sharpener
  • Yellow Highlighter
  • Helix Timetable

Win exam stationery bundle

To be in with a chance to win, enter using the Gleam widget below by 23:59:59(BST) on Monday 24th June 2019. UK residents only, other terms and conditions apply as outlined in the widget. Good luck! 🙂

Stationery Bundle Giveaway

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post with Office Stationery. 


121 thoughts on “Win a stationery set for your child’s exams”

  1. Hiya – looks awesome as our daughter starts primary in August.

    Not ready for that at all lol

  2. I managed advanced mathematics, yet now I have no idea what the eight year old brings home for mathematics homework

  3. I dropped out of school before sitting my gcses (totally regret it now) but I did go back to college and sit my Human health and physiology Gcse and got a C so quite proud of that.

  4. I did best in English and was rubbish at maths. Fortunately my daughter who is starting on her GCSEs next week takes more after her dad.

  5. I got 100% in my French reading, writing and listening exams! Unfortunately, I failed my French speaking exam though! Haha my brain knew the words, but could never communicate with my mouth well enough to pronounce any of them properly!

  6. GCSE health and social care – grade A! Which reflects why i now work for the NHS , always loved helping others. x

  7. Religious studies at gcse, because it was first so I did most revision for it. Home economics food and nutrition at a-level. Though my favourite subject despite its difficulty was maths

  8. History because it was the only lesson I was really interested in. I was terrible at maths and science!

  9. English Literature was my best A Level result, which was lucky as it was my chosen degree subject.

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