Secondary

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Does your child lack confidence in a specific subject? Would he or she benefit from some one-to-one sessions leading up to an exam? Would a more in-depth exploration of a subject help prepare for University or future career choices?

We offer sessions for secondary aged students to improve ability,  prepare for exams, or rekindle interest and enthusiasm.  We offer sessions tailored to your child.  Sessions can be built around a specific subject, a skill set or an area of interest. They can be tailored to improve your child’s engagement and ability or stretch and enhance their knowledge. The sessions can be focused on exam technique, revision skills, subject content or subject skills.

We offer the following subjects: Where listed as KS4 we can work at GCSE, Entry Level, BTEC and other equivalent qualifications.  KS3 refers to students in years 7-9 and KS5 refers to A Level or equivalent qualifications.

  • English (Literature and Language) KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • Maths KS3 and KS4
  • Science (individual and combined) KS3 and KS4
  • Physics KS5
  • History KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • Geography KS3 and KS4
  • Drama and Theatre Studies KS3, KS4 and KS5
  • Media Studies KS4 and KS5
  • Astronomy KS4

We also offer:

  • Confidence building
  • SAT booster sessions
  • Exam preparation
  • Exam techinique

We charge £30 per hour for secondary aged students up to KS4 (Year 11).  If you book and pay in advance for 6 or more sessions we offer a 10% discount, meaning sessions cost £27 per hour.

We charge £35 per hour for students at KS5 (6th form or college).  If you book and pay in advance for 6 or more sessions we offer a 10% discount, meaning sessions cost £31.50 per hour.

We offer both face-to-face tutorials at our home, yours or another appropriate venue, and online tutorials.  We can also offer small group sessions. Travel is free for the first 5 miles and then charged at 50p per mile.

Contact us to book your free half hour session now.

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  2. Kathy Cornmell says:

    Hi, Do your English classes require much homework? My son already has GCSE English Language and Literature, but has another year at home being home educating. This year he is taking GCSE Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Law. I don’t want him to be overloaded, but he enjoyed English and is considering taking it at A Level the year after next. So a Skype type lesson may well be helpful in keeping him ‘doing’ English. Thanks, Kathy

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