Welcome to our Virtual School
We understand that many of you are struggling to work at home at the moment, and that your children are finding things difficult without the structure of a school day.
We are bringing you a day of lessons from 9am to 5pm to cover your working day.
How does the Virtual School work?
You sign up for a block of lessons, whether its A level Geography or Beginners Chinese, or any of our courses and you get one lesson, every day for a whole week.
Each subject is taught by a qualified, expert tutor and is in groups of no more than 12, so you get some real classroom time with the teacher.
Does your child need one-to-one personalised support?
All our teachers are available for one-to-one private tutoring.
The Virtual School Curriculum
We are initially offering classes at GCSE level, A level and KS3.
Week four: 11th-15th may 2020
A Level Geography
9:00 - 9:50am
This week, we will cover the core content for A level geography, which will include:
- The water cycle,
- the carbon cycle,
- tectonic processes & hazards and
- place studies.
Tutor for this subject: Barry C.
11:00 - 11:50am
Approaching a Shakespeare Text (suitable for GCSE, A Level and Adult Learners)
Shakespeare is on the curriculum for GCSE and A Level across multiple exam boards. Very many students, perhaps the majority, find him difficult to understand.
The tutor for this subject is: Melanie K
Yrs 9-11 french
12:00 - 12:50pm
Learn and Practice your French tenses (suitable for years 9, 10 and 11, but adults welcome too)
Knowing your tenses is fundamental to being able to write and speak French. However, it is often a struggle to learn them and not to mix them up.
The tutor for this subject is Bridget W.
14:00 - 14:50am
The tutor for this subject is Mubeen A.
15:00 - 15:50am
Chinese for Beginners (Secondary School Children, but adults welcome)
Chinese is now one of the most popular languages to learn, but it is hard to find a native speaker to teach it to students.
The tutor for this subject is Yvonne
12:00 - 12:50am
The short course offers you the chance to approach key definitions and calculations from scratch.
Dr Ahmed will take you through key skills in a stress-free environment and explain the subject clearly.
The tutor for this subject is Dr. Ahmed.
We understand that finances are a concern for many of you at this difficult time, so we have kept prices as low as possible.
The cost for the Virtual School is £25 per subject for the whole week.
This is just £5 per lesson
Week three: 18th-22nd may 2020
These will be available to book shortly
Half an hour of blessed relief! I don’t know about you, but after 6 weeks of “home school” I am just about to ready give up! Not only am I ready, I WANT to! I am the mother of a 7 year old (but you’ve only got 1, I hear you shout!), yes, only 1
This is the second in the series of free English lessons designed to get you and your teenagers discussing books. This week we will be looking at the 19th-century novel Jekyll and Hyde. This is probably the most popular 19th-century novel chosen by schools for GCSE and IGCSE. It is on the English Literature syllabus
This is the first free GCSE English lesson in a series designed to get you and your teenagers discussing books. I am starting with the section of the GCSE English Literature syllabus where your teenager will need to study a 19th-century novel. This week we will be looking at Frankenstein – a popular choice with