Cinema Workshops

BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 2 Grade Booster

A full day of interactive topic revision and exam skills acquisition, delivered by experienced subject and assessment experts.


Cinema Workshops
Grade Booster
10.30am-3.15pm (Registration from 9.45am)
£36.00 inc VAT

For all students preparing to take BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 2 exam in January or May 2025.

Autumn 2024 dates & locations

Book your places now for individual or group bookings


  • Tuesday 19th November 2024

    Metrocentre (Odeon Cinema)


  • Wednesday 20th November 2024

    Trafford Centre (Odeon Cinema)


  • Tuesday 26th November 2024

    Star City (Vue Cinema)


  • Wednesday 27th November 2024

    Westfield White City (Vue Cinema)

  • Thursday 28th November 2024

    Westfield Stratford City (Vue Cinema)

Spring 2025 dates & locations

Book your places now for individual or group bookings


  • Friday 21st March 2025

    Star City (Vue Cinema)


  • Wednesday 26th March 2025

    Westfield Stratford City (Vue Cinema)

  • Friday 2nd May 2025

    Westfield White City (Vue Cinema)

About the workshop

Our cinema workshops are designed and delivered by the trusted tutor2u subject teams, all of whom know what students need to succeed in the 2025 exams.

Each workshop has four fast-paced, interactive and fun sessions delivered in the cinema screen. You’ll take away lots of great advice on effective exam technique, and a fantastic workshop booklet packed with useful information.

Plus, you also get an enrolment on the supporting Grade Booster Online course, providing hours of extra help all the way to your final exam.

What's included

  • Full day of engaged learning in a modern, multiplex cinema

  • Designed and delivered by the tutor2u subject experts

  • Dedicated workshop booklet packed with useful advice on exam technique

  • Enrolment on the supporting Grade Booster online course for your workshop

  • 40% one-time discount code to use on any tutor2u printed resources

What we'll cover

  • Keeping people safe
  • Data and information management
  • Barriers to accessing health and social care

  • Multidisciplinary working
  • Monitoring the work of professionals
  • Regulation and inspection of services

  • Anti-discriminatory practice
  • Empowerment, rights and choices

Online support

To provide an even more effective support for students, we support all our cinema workshops with a comprehensive online course which helps students from the moment they book their cinema place to the date of their final exam in the summer.

Each Grade Booster online course provides significant additional resources that complements what students cover during their cinema workshop. This combination of cinema + online course provides an unrivalled support for students as they prepare for summer 2025 exams.

Learn more about the online support

What attendees say

The confidence my students had engaging with presenters and delegates was heartwarming and just what they needed to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The venue was ideal and fitting for young adolescents.

Health & Social Care Teacher

The singular most important day in your sixth form. Students will get a glimpse of where they are in terms of the competition, how sharp they are in terms of readiness for the exams, and a kick start to their final revision plan.

Head of Sixth Form

Brilliant as always! I have never had such positive feedback from students which was so lovely. I also feel it's perfectly timed... Every aspect of the workshop is just so helpful, well planned etc. Honestly loved it! Will be coming every year.

Head of Health & Social Care

Amazing - so helpful. The booklet was so detailed and full of tips. I was on my own so a great engaging event even for a single student without a teacher!


Your hosts

  • Charlotte Sharp

    Charlotte is the Programme Lead for Health and Care at Hartlepool Sixth Form College. She is an experienced health and social care lecturer with a proven track record for high grades, as well as an experienced examiner. Charlotte has taken the challenge of the T Level Health head on and she is keen to share what she has learned as she nears the end of her first two years of teaching the qualification under her belt. Charlotte also has bags of sector experience, having worked as an NHS Health Care Assistant for seven years.

  • Laura Godfrey

    Laura is a contributor in the HSC team. She has taught Health & Social Care in secondary schools since 2016. She has been leading a Health & Social Care Department at her secondary school and sixth form in Northamptonshire since 2017 and is an experienced moderator. Laura has a degree in Sociology and an MBA in Senior Leadership in Schools.

  • Laura Lowe

    Laura is the Deputy Head of Department for Health and Social Care at Wigan and Leigh College and has been involved in the strategic planning of the T level in Health since its announcement. Since its launch, Laura has been the curriculum lead for the T Level in Health including delivery and led the partnership work with the local NHS trust and council regarding industry placements. Laura is also an experienced examiner for various awarding bodies including NCFE for the T Level in Health. Laura has a wealth of sector experience in the field of sexual health and supporting therapies.

  • Liz Blamire

    Liz is the tutor2u subject lead for Health & Social Care. She is a former NHS midwife who has worked in community, birth centre and acute hospital settings. Liz is an SSAT Accredited Lead Practitioner, who has taught Health & Social Care in FE and secondary schools, where she was a successful HOD. Liz has extensive experience in qualification development, assessment writing, examining and moderation, and is a textbook author.

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