Saturday Classes – Structure of the Day
The academic year consists of 32 Saturdays in total. The first two weeks of the Diagnostic and Alignment sessions are followed by five terms, with each term consisting of six Saturdays. Classes are held on Saturdays during term time and also during some half terms. Please see term dates below.
GCSE & KS3 students
Each Saturday, students spend one hour on Maths and also one hour on English. They spend two hours on the Science subjects, except for GCSE students who are taking Triple (Separate) Science, who spend three hours on Science instead. All Science options cover Physics, Chemistry and Biology, irrespective of the Science Award – Core, Additional or Triple. KS3 and GCSE classes are usually held between 9.00am and 2.00pm. GCSE students who enrol for Triple Science usually stay for an extra hour. We are in the process of introducing afternoon sessions, from 1.30pm to 6.00pm, for KS3 and GCSE students.
A-level – AS & A2 students
AS and A2 students spend 1.5 hours per subject each Saturday and a student can do up to 4 subjects on a Saturday. Classes start at 9.00am and some classes are scheduled for the afternoon and do not finish until about 4pm or later. There are a maximum of 5 students per class and tuition is focused on each individual student in accordance with their exam board. A programme is established for the student after the initial Diagnostic and Alignment sessions.
One Day Intensive Revision Fees
Intensive Revision Course
GCSE & KS3 – Saturday Fees
AS & A2 – Saturday Fees
Methods for making payments
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We hold regular open days but in addition to this we also have an open door policy whereby parents can visit on a Saturday. Parents and students have the opportunity to attend with their family and to meet the teachers who will be happy to discuss any questions or issues.
Our GCSE Maths tuition and GCSE Maths revision classes provide the boost that young people need in order to improve their confidence and boost their Maths exam grade at GCSE level. Over the years, we have helped many students to achieve a significant improvement in their GCSE Maths exam grades.
Maths is an essential subject at GCSE. Maths comprises a key element and is a core subject at GCSE. Those who wish to study Maths at A level may be unaware that there is an enormous leap between GCSE and AS Level Maths. However, that is exactly what Excel in Key Subjects is here for – to cushion that jump.
We are here to help. We know Maths is a tricky subject for many, and often that extra bit of tuition is just what a student needs to gain that much needed confidence and skill. Our students are upheld and guided by our teachers through every step of the way, leaving no room for confusion or underperformance.
We cater to all GCSE Maths options and modules – every exam board is covered
We employ only dedicated, highly professional, fully qualified teachers that are willing to inject enthusiasm in to the subject
Class sizes are very small and therefore closely tailored to individuals’ needs
We provide value for money – we generate results and our prices are competitive and affordable
Intensive revision classes run during school holidays and half terms – knowledge and exam techniques are fully reinforced and thoroughly taught
Grade guarantee – our promise to you. You deserve the results you pay for. Predicted grades are matched, or your money back.
As leading providers of revision classes and tuition in London, we would be delighted to hear from you
More Information On Maths
How Our Students Shape Up! – Including Analysis Of Maths
Students who study Maths at our Saturday school range from those who are working at a B grade and would like to improve it to an A or A*, to those who are borderline D and E grades who are striving to obtain the critical C grade. The backgrounds of our students vary widely; ranging from students who attend Independent Schools to students who attend Grammar and Comprehensive Schools.
In recent years, we have achieved success with three groups of students:
Those who are bright but are not performing to their full potential. This is usually due to a lack of motivation on the part of the student or inadequate teaching. Typically, they are in the higher set in school; these students are working at a B grade with the possibility of slipping to a C or lower.
We have worked with them to achieve an A and A* grades using traditional but inspirational teaching methods delivered by teachers who love’ Maths.
2. Middle Of The Road
In school, this set of students are either in the higher set and struggling to stay there but there is a distinct possibility of being moved to a lower set, where the maximum grade they can achieve is a C. Some of them are actually in the lower set, working at D/C borderline. There is a possibility of being moved to the higher set in school, thereby giving them the opportunity to achieve a grade that is better than a C.
We have assisted those who are in the higher set to consolidate their position in that set and to go on and achieve a B or even an A grade. We have helped those who are in the lower set to improve their performance and in some cases have become involved in liaising with the student’s school to recommend raising their tier.
3. Students Who Do Not Find Maths Second Nature/Non-Mathematicians Or Low Achievers
Not everyone has mathematical talent. Some students try their best but lack the instinct to tackle mathematical problems. There is a tiny minority in which bad performance is due to their school/teacher or home experience. These students are in the lower set and the best grade they are likely to achieve at GCSE is a C grade and there is no certainty that they’ll achieve even that.
By simplifying and clearing the fear’ of Maths, we have helped this set of students to make the C grade a reality.
http://excelinkeysubjects.com/subjects/ This link leads to all of the subjects when clicked EXCEPT Maths and Psychology, which are the only two subjects that have their own landing pages.
Triple Science (http://excelinkeysubjects.com/triple-science/) has its own landing page but with no content
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