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Course details - Maths Basics

Live tutor led group lessons
1.5 hours per day 
Self-study time 
1 hour per day recommended
Flexible Enrolment
Test available on request
Starting from July 17th: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 10:00am to 11:30am (UK time)
Learn Maths Basics
Covers the ten must-know foundation topics every child to accomplish to build a strong foundation and succeed in maths.
  • Number Patterns
  • BIDMAS Rules
  • Directed Numbers
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Percentages
  • 2D Shapes
  • Angles and Directions
  • Measurements
  • Algebra Basics

How our sessions are structured:
The teacher introduces and discusses the topic, to the learners, with a reflective question, an interactive simulation, an explainer video or choosing another appropriate resource. The tutor and student together shall explore examples, followed by the student undertaking to do the quiz questions independently. Depending on the depth of the topic, there will be ten to twenty questions the student will be given to complete. Learners can participate by asking and answering questions out loud or through the chat however they feel comfortable and learn best. Students will be directed to do further independent practice work in their own time, which may include quizzes from Alphareach website or external sites as learning games are incorporate to engage and enhance pupils learning.

Who should enrol on this course?

This course will help students who want to:
  • understand the key concepts
  • catch up and close the attainment gap
  • develop the basic mathematical skills
Ideal for pupils in:
  • Key Stage 2 - Years 5 and 6 who want to improve, review and consolidate 
  • Key Stage 3 - Years 7, 8 and 9 who needs maths intervention.
  • Key Stage 4 - Years 10 and 11  who want to achieve grades 3, and 4 in GCSE maths .
  • Functional Skills Maths - Entry level 2 and 3

Course details - Maths Booster Session

Live tutor led group lessons
1 hour 15 mins per session
Self-study time
1 hour per topic
Flexible Enrolment
Test available on request
Flexible times available depending on tutor availability Eve W| Sofi D | Zaynab S
   Pupils will be assigned homework to complete.
Give your child the head start in the coming year with our Maths Booster sessions. Maths Booster Sessions Aims to cover ten key topics to help pupil focus and fill gaps to achieve Foundation GCSE Maths Grade 4–5.
  • Factors & Multiples
  • Indices
  • Ratios
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Percentages
  • 3D Solids
  • Compound shapes
  • Transformations
  • Algebra Basics

How our sessions are structured:
The teacher introduces and discusses the topic, to the learners, with a reflective question, an interactive simulation, an explainer video or choosing another appropriate resource. The tutor and student together shall explore examples, followed by the student undertaking to do the quiz questions independently. Depending on the depth of the topic, there will be ten to twenty questions the student will be given to complete. Learners can participate by asking and answering questions out loud or through the chat however they feel comfortable and learn best. Students will be directed to do further independent practice work in their own time, which may include quizzes from Alphareach website or external sites as learning games are incorporate to engage and enhance pupils learning.
Who should enrol on this course?
This course will help students who want to:
  • understand the key concepts
  • catch up and close the attainment gap
  • develop the basic mathematical skills

Ideal for pupils in:
Key Stage 3 - Years 7, 8 and 9 who want to improve, review and consolidate. Key Stage 3 - Years 7, 8 and 9 who needs maths intervention. Key Stage 4 - Years 10 and 11  who want to achieve grades 4 and 5 in GCSE maths . Functional Skills Maths - level 1 and 2.

Course details - Maths Essentials

Live tutor led group lessons
1 hour 15 mins per session
Self-study time 
1 hour per week
Flexible Enrolment
Test available on request
Flexible times available depending on tutor availability Sofi D | Zaynab S 
   Pupils will be assigned homework to complete.
Give your child a head start in the coming year with our GCSE Maths Essentials Live interactive sessions with a tutor. The sessions aims are to cover ten key essential topics that overlaps both Foundation and Higher Maths Exams. We focus on the areas to improve your skills to increase exam success.
  • Numbers 
  • Ratio & Proportion 
  • Algebra 
  • Geometry & Measure 
  • Trigonometry 
  • Statistics 
  • Probability 

How our sessions are structured. The pupils collectively chooses a topic from the relevant section. The tutor introduces keywords and concepts associated with the topic using appropriate interactive method to stimulate and engage the pupil. The tutor and student together then explore some examples, followed by the student undertaking to do the exam style questions independently. Depending on the depth of the topic, there will be five to ten questions the student will be given to complete. During the sessions the pupils are encouraged to participate by asking and answering questions out loud or through the chat however they feel comfortable and learn best. Students will be directed to do further independent practice work in their own time, which may include quizzes from Alphareach website or external sites as learning games and simulations are incorporate to engage and enhance pupils learning. Perfect for revision and retakes!
Who should enrol on this course? This course will help students who want to:
  • Understand the key mathematical concepts at GCSE
  • Improve reasoning and problem solving skills.
  • Build confidence and familiarity with exam-style questions.

Ideal for pupils in: Key Stage 3 - Year 9 and Key Stage 4 - Years 10 and 11

Course details - Critical Reading

Live tutor led group lessons
1.5 hour per week
Self-study time 
3-4 hour per week
Pass mark
60 %
Starting from:  June  Karolina Blackman
   Pupils will be assigned homework to complete. The course price includes personalised tutor support, including individual assignment marking and feedback in addition to the tutor-led lessons.
Students improve their reading skills beyond basic reading comprehension, exploring concepts of explicit and implicit meaning, persuasion and inference in a variety of activities. They learn to compare texts and critically evaluate the language, spotting bias, use analytical skills and identify gist of a text to summarise it. With further work with written language, practising such skills as skimming, scanning and predictive reading, students develop the confidence to understand any text and approach it as an aware critical reader. The aim of the course is to gain advanced comprehension skills and learn how to use these tool every day to process and consciously consume the overwhelming abundance of true and false, neutral and manipulative information on media, social media, Internet and in advertisement. This course is also perfect as part of GCSE Language exam preparation, covering reading skills required by all main examining boards to achieve grade 4 and above.
Who should enrol on this course? This course will help students who want to:
  • Improve their general reading skills and comprehension.
  • Work with a variety of texts with confidence.
  • Successfully navigate through the overwhelming amount of written information in every day life.
  • Develop love for reading.
  • Prepare for GCSE English language and Functional Skills reading exams.
Ideal for pupils in: 
  • Key Stage 3 - Years 8 (high achievers) and 9
  • Key Stage 4 - Years 10 and 11  who want to achieve grades 4 and up in GCSE English
  • Key Stage 5 - Years 12 and 13 who are doing A-levels.
  • Functional Skills, especially at level 2.

Course details - Modern Day Slavery

Live tutor led group lessons
7 hours
Self-study time 
1 to 2 hours per week 
Pass mark
60 %
Starting from: June To be confirmed. Mr Kaushar Tai
   Pupils will be assigned homework to complete.
Description of the course The objective of this course is to equip the students to understand the problem of modern-day slavery and although slavery today is in a different form compared to the transatlantic slave, it sadly still exists in our society. The problem is prevalent in Western Countries as is in developing countries but it is hidden. The students will learn the different types of slavery; why are people trapped in slavery and where we find them. They will also learn how to combat slavery and what part they can play in society to help people who are trapped. They will learn how they themselves do not become victims of modern-day slavery and learn where to seek help from the various agencies that work in the UK to protect vulnerable people who are prone to become victims of this crime. Also, at the same time, we do not become unwittingly a perpetrator.
Who should enrol on this course?
This course will help students who want to:
  • Increase their awareness of modern day slavery.

Ideal for pupils who are:
  • Aged 13 to 18.
  • Adults.

Course details - GCSE Maths Foundation

Live tutor led group lessons
2 sessions per week
Self-study time 
4 - 6 hours per week
Exam boards
AQA | Edexcel | OCR
   Normal price: £48 per month (£6 per lesson)

Offer: Pay for a YEAR in advance and recieve ONE month FREE!

£576 £528

Weekly sessions on Mondays & Fridays 6pm to 7pm (UK time) Other times available depending on tutor availability Sofia D / Zaynab S
GCSE Maths Foundation Tier Course.
Our program will cover all the essential topics pupils need to learn to be successful at securing and improving their predicted grades. This course will prepare pupils to take exams from any board. The course duration is over two to three years, depending on how well the pupil progress. Classes will run twice a week, with additional one-to-one support if the pupil require. The GCSE Maths syllabus covers eight topics.

Foundation Tier Maths Topics
  • Numbers - Sep to Dec
  • Algebra - Dec to March
  • Ratio, proportions and rates of change - April to July
  • Geometry  and Measure - Sep to Dec
  • Statistics and Probability - Jan to Mar
  • Revision and practice past papers - from March to June.
If a student takes a foundation tier GCSE maths course, Maths GCSE is the core qualification most students will need to undertake. GCSE Maths qualification provides access to a variety of career opportunities. It is also a foundation for GCSE Higher maths and further studies at the graduate levels. GCSE maths foundation is a demanding subject. The pupil's are required to study independently, on average 4 to 5 hours per week.
The foundation tier maths papers will assess the different content domains in these proportions:
Numbers
Ratio, Proportion and Rates of Change
Algebra
Geometry & Measurement
Statistics & Probability
25%
25%
20%
15%
15%

Course details - GCSE Maths Higher

Live tutor led group lessons
2 sessions per week
Self-study time 
4 - 6 hours per week
Exam boards
AQA | Edexcel | OCR
   Normal price: £72 per month (£6 per lesson)

Offer: Pay for a YEAR in advance and receive ONE month FREE!

£864 £792

Weekly sessions on Tuesdays & Saturdays 6:30pm to 8pm (UK time) Other times available depending on tutor availability Sofia D / Zaynab S
GCSE Maths Higher Tier is a demanding subject.
Our program will cover all the essential topics pupils need to learn to be successful at securing and improving their predicted grades. This course will prepare pupils to take exams from any board. The course duration is over two to three years, depending on how well the pupil progress. Classes will run twice a week, with additional one-to-one support if the pupil require. The GCSE Maths syllabus covers eight topics.

Higher Tier Maths Topics
  • Numbers - Sep to Nov
  • Algebra - Dec to March
  • Measures and accuracy - April to May
  • Ratio, proportions and rates of change - June to July
  • Geometry - Sep to Oct
  • Trigonometry - Nov to Dec
  • Probability - Jan
  • Statistics - Feb
  • Revision and practice past papers - from March to June.
GCSE Maths higher tier qualification provides access to a variety of career opportunities. Any student who wishes to study subjects such as medicine, sciences, architecture and engineering must have a higher-level maths GCSE. It is the foundation for further studies at the graduate and postgraduate levels.
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Years 9, 10 & 11

GCSE Maths Higher Tier

Sessions on: Mondays & Fridays

Critical Reading
Ages 12 - 18 & adults

Critical Reading

Start date: From June

Modern Day Slavery
Ages 13 - 18 & adults

Modern Day Slavery

Start date: From June

IGCSE English Language course - One year course
Ages 13 - 18 & adults

IGCSE English Language - One Year Course

Start date: Ongoing

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Years 9, 10 & 11

GCSE Maths Foundation Tier

Sessions on: Mondays & Fridays

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Managing Time

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Ages 8 - 18

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Ages 8 - 18

Maths - Essentials

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