Academic course content
GCSE subjects, sample content:
Sciences: You will gain skills that are essential for further study and everyday life by learning how science methods apply to other academic disciplines and everyday life, working on skills such as: achieving accuracy and precision, objectivity, integrity, enquiry, initiative and inventiveness; learning how to care for the environment
Maths: We will help you develop confidence in Number, Algebra, Ratio and Proportion, Geometry and Measures, Probability and Statistics by using and applying techniques; interpreting, reasoning and communicating mathematically; solving mathematical problems in wider contexts.
English: We will help you develop the ability to communicate clearly, accurately and effectively when speaking and writing by: learning how to use a wide range of vocabulary, the correct grammar, spelling and punctuation; developing a personal style and an awareness of the audience being addressed; reading a range of fiction and non-fiction texts, examining the way that language is used in a range of contexts
A level subjects covered:
Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Government & Politics, Economics, Art & Design
Students are able to choose up to three from the above subjects. We will tailor-make the programme based on your individual needs, focusing on the key topics and subject areas you wish to improve. We will help you build knowledge, fill in gaps and hone your exam technique.
Beach and bushcraft: beach-combing, camp building, scavenger hunt, rock climbing, tracking, navigation skills.
Team games: rounders, throw tennis, capture the flag, football, basketball, beach volleyballCreative Arts: Song-writing, mini-drama production, language exchange.
Business enterprise: visits to local companies, e.g Jimmy’s Iced Coffee, careers presentations.
UCAS counselling: how to get into a top university, how to write a compelling personal statement.
Language conversation: Spanish, French, Italian.
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