ACCELERATING PROGRESS ENGLISH
FOR GCSE/IGCSE STUDENTS AND YEAR 9S PREPARING FOR GCSE/IGCSE
JUST £19 PER LESSON
The modern GCSE and IGCSE English qualifications are very challenging and many students need some extra help to learn the skills, build their confidence and raise grades. Does your teenager need a boost in GCSE/IGCSE English?
One way to build skills and confidence is to take our Accelerate English Certificated course. Approved by Ofqual, designed by a UK Exam Board and delivered by our trained and experienced Tutors, Accelerate English will give your son or daughter the English boost they need.
ABOUT ACCELERATING PROGRESS ENGLISH
Aligned with the National Curriculum, Accelerate English teaches students to develop their writing, develop their reading, develop their understanding, and develop their communication skills.
Whilst it is mainly focused on GCSE/IGCSE English Language Skills, there is also a section on understanding literature.
Students work at their own speed through the course, fully supported by their Tutor. At the end of the course they will receive a Certificate of Achievement from a UK Exam Centre and will have a complete portfolio of English work to show.
Accelerating Progress English is designed to work best for small groups of students.
It can be delivered by The Tutor Team online, or in our Norwich Tutorial Centre.
THE BENEFITS OF STUDYING ACCELERATING PROGRESS ENGLISH
Your teenager will develop valuable skills, English confidence and will be given help to raise their grade
A professional Private Tutor for just £19 a class
Small Groups to aid Learning
Easy Payment System
Detailed constructive feedback
Aligned to the National Curriculum
Learn and Practice Reading Skills needed for the exam
Learn and Practice the Writing Skills needed for the exam
Build and Practice Communication Skills
Work with a Professional Tutor
Build a Portfolio of Work
Improved confidence levels in English
Earn a Certificate of Achievement from a UK Exam Board
THE TUTOR TEAM IS A REGISTERED EXAM CENTRE AUTHORISED TO DELIVER ACCELERATE PROGRESS ENGLISH
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