To be well prepared for the GCSE exam, the learner needs to have a strong foundation of knowledge in Key Stage 3 subjects. This covers years 7, 8 and 9, the first 3 years of secondary school. In KS3, students are required to learn 12-13 subjects (depending on the school) but at Shalom Education we focus on 5 – Maths, English, Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Joining Secondary school can be made tough by the transition from KS2 to KS3. Therefore, there is a focus to build on core skills and knowledge, making success in the GCSE stage more attainable.
How We Tutor:
We can understand that GCSE is a stressful period for most students, procrastination does not make it any easier. Through Shalom Education we make learning an enjoyable and interactive experience. With one of our many dedicated and knowledgeable tutors that cover a variety of subjects including Maths, English, Chemistry, Biology and Physics. No student is excluded as our tutoring covers AQA, OCR and Edexcel exam boards, at all levels.
Ensuring all learners have strong content knowledge on the subject by using different approaches to learning. Also placing focus on exam techniques, so learners understand how to complete their exams in the most efficient manner. You can trust that your child is in good hands at Shalom Education as we vet all our tutors, ensuring they receive continuous professional development and have procedures in place to ensure all our policies are followed.
Our Unique Approach to Learning
Education does not end when the lesson does. Our team encourages independent learning to improve intellectual curiosity and to develop creativity. This is why we created a digital library, which includes all KS3 and GCSE subjects tutored at Shalom Education. You can study the subject topics following the UK national curriculum, complete the interactive quizzes and track your progress through personal report cards. In addition, completing more topics allows you to gain more points, level up and improve your academic results. This incentivises an active approach to learning.
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