Our super early GCSE is progressing with fun and seriousness. In the June 2018 exam one A**, one A* and three A-grades were achieved, everyone took the exam gained experience that will boost their year-11 final GCSE marks. In January 2018 exam six students achieved A-grades. Well done kids!
Good luck children!
For children from Year 6 to Year 9
– quote from http://www.seed.natcen.ac.uk/
GCSE Workshops for Chemistry and Biology will be on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th of October 2017 by Dr Khare and Dr Kaur, respectively.
A-level Workshops for Biology and Chemistry will be on Wednesday 25th and Friday 27th of October 2017 by Dr Kaur and Dr Khare, respectively.
Friends, workshops are an opportunity, please don`t miss it.
(a) Our ten year old student Adhi with one month of training took IGCSE Maths in Jan 2017 and achieved C-grade, this shows the effect of our 11+ training.
(b) Our year-7 student Neha achieved ‘A’ grade in IGCSE Maths. Her A-grade shows that in nine months training, our Super Early GCSE programme can help a student to attain an ‘A’.
Well done children!
We are focusing on exam preparation by individual subject. This Early GCSE preparations and examinations do not affect their school education and its examinations. It gives interesting challenge especially for those who underwent 11+ exam preparation. Early GCSE keeps our children active and very progressive, for example,
- They try to think the way Pythagoras thought and make a guess of his theorem.
- They learn trigonometry and estimate the distance between stars
- They enjoy how maths is used in deriving physics
- They practice essay writing and GCSE grammar
- They understand why logarithm is used in calculating pH
- They get into the function of stem cells and they know chlorophyll is green
Children are currently focusing on GCSE Maths as their first exam. The advantage is if they get an A or B grade now, they can easily try for A* in the consecutive exams till Year 11 exam in School. As they progress, they will be appearing for GCSE English, Science, Computer Science, Music, Economics and regional languages of their preference. At present, we have regional language teachers for Chinese Mandarin, GCSE(Punjabi), GCSE (Tamil) and GCSE (Urdu), Malayalam, Lithuanian languages, French, Spanish and German.
Each student is expected to finish exams on GCSE core subjects, those are Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and a few additional subjects from our available subjects: Economics, Business Studies, Further Maths, Punjabi, Tamil, Urdu, Computer Science and IT.
For A Level
Our weekly classes for A-level students are as follows:
|Subject||Days and Time||Teacher|
|Physics||Saturdays 8.30 to 10 am||Dr Raman|
|Biology||Saturdays 6 to 8 pm||Dr Kaur|
|Chemistry||Sundays 9 to 11 am||Dr Khare|
|Maths||Tuesdays 7 to 9 pm||Dr Raman|
|UKCAT||During Christmas break||Mrs Revathi|
Note: all these sessions will be held at the centre.
For further details, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org; phones: 0203 802 1363 ; 0790 680 2008
Tutorial Office number 8, Virtual College, Access Office Suites, 62, Portman Road (Wigmore Lane), Reading – RG30 1EA, Berkshire.
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The GPS reference for satnav is: 51.4627, -1.0078
Our campus has free car park, secured entry, parents’ sitting lounge and it is close to Tesco Extra, Exotic Superstore, Bestfood Superstore and Oxford Road markets. If students wish to have more than one slot then they can either bring their own lunch or have food from close-by Papa John’s, Subway, etc.