Secondary/GCSE  

Secondary/GCSE

From the ages of 11 to 16, the compulsory subjects in secondary education are English, Maths and Science. These years are crucial in the students' education to ensure the best possible GCSE grades are attained as this will affect the students' future careers. Similarly to primary education, It is essential in these subjects for the students to understand thoroughly what they have learnt and we check this by providing homework, tasks and resources for the student . We have access to all resources from examining bodies and the criteria used. These resources are used to help students prepare and excel themselves for the A level challenge ahead.

- English - All children study texts that will be come up in their exams that change from one year to the next. In addition, knowing what the examiner is looking for also helps immensely. Students are tested on their ability to write and find contexts within written material to question, argue and persuade.

- Maths - There are four key target areas: Numbers, Handling Data, Shape and Space and Algebra. Within each, a student must have the individual competence to independently solve problems. The questions set in exams/tests are from all angles so learning by memorization is out of the question!

- Science – We have a unique Science Scheme with practical Micro-scale Experiments in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. These are crucial to a deeper understanding of scientific enquiry required at this level.

- Science – We have a unique Science Scheme with practical Micro-scale Experiments in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. These are crucial to a deeper understanding of scientific enquiry required at this level.

- Our GCSE Tuiton costs from as little as £35.00 per hour and can be offered at any time with our qualified and experienced tutors


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