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5 hours of Live online Teaching

Each subject is delivered on a monthly basis, with each lesson being taught over one day. Class hours are from 10am-3pm.

10 months of teaching

Our academic year runs from September to June with optional extra classes over the summer months. 

From £29.99/month

Only £29.99  per subject per month. Note classes run once per month.

Highly Interactive Lessons

Our online classes contain elements of past-paper questions, theory, white-board demonstration, interactive quizzes and question and answer sessions.
Live Online GCSE
for Year 10 and 11

Stay on top of your learning and sign up for regular live monthly online classes for just £29.99/month.

As medics and doctors, we are very passionate about delivering excellent teaching to our students so that they have every chance of success. We have made sure our online classes contain elements of past-paper questions, theory, white-board demonstration, interactive quizzes and question and answer sessions.

We deliver a unique style of teaching that focuses on theory as well as exam practice. Live classes will be delivered once a month.

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For Year groups 10 and 11


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1 subject @ £29.99 for 4 hours of Live Teaching per month
2 subjects @ £54.99 for 8 hours of Live Teaching per month
3 subjects @£74.99 for 12 hours of Live Teaching per month
4 subjects @ £99.99 for 16 hours of Live Teaching per month

*Note. classes occur on a monthly basis. Each subject is delivered over one day which each class running for a total of 4 hours *

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Course Syllabus

Biology timetable
Chemistry timetable
Maths timetable
Physics timetable

Biology Year 10
September: Cell Biology
October: Cardiovascular System
November: Lungs (AQA, WJEC, Edexcel), Cell Transport, Mitosis, Stem Cells (OCR)
December: Pathogens
January: Plant Biology
February: Cell Transport/Food/Enzyme Function (AQA, Edexcel) Feeding Human Race (OCR)
March: Introduction to Genetics (AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC)
April: Introduction to Ecology (AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC)
May: Revision

Biology Year 11
September: Homeostasis
October: Nervous System
November: Introduction to Genetics
December: Variance, Selective Breeding, Genetic Engineering and Cloning
January: Evolution & Classification
February: Ecology
March: Food Security, Impact of Humans on Environment, Material Cycling
April: Pathogens
May: Revision

Chemistry Year 10
September: Atomic Structure
October: Periodic Table: Group 1 & 7
November: Reactions of Acids & Bases
December: Rate of Reactions/Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions
January: Electrolysis
February: Reactivity series/Displacement reactions
March: Methods of separating & purifying substances/extraction of metals
April: Chemistry of Atmosphere/Earth Science
May: Revision

Chemistry Year 11
September: Rate of Reactions/Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
October: Organic Chemistry
November: Quantitative Chemistry
December: Chemical analysis
January: Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions – Le Chatlier’s Principle
February: Organic Chemistry II (Carboxylic acids, Esters, Polymers)
March: Chemistry of Atmosphere
April: Electrolysis
May: Revision

Maths Year 10
September: Expanding and Factorising, Solving Linear Equations, Solving (Linear) Simultaneous Equations, Algebraic Equations, Algebraic Expressions and Simple Fractions
October: Converting (Fractions to Decimals to Percentages), Basic Laws of Indices and Surds, Introduction to Standard Form, Rounding and Significant Figures
November: Inequality Signs and Operations, Prime Numbers along with Factors and Multiples, Estimations and Approximation using bounds
December: Solving Simultaneous Equations (Linear NOT Quadratic), Solving Quadratic Formulas – Factorising, Quadratic Formula (No Completing the Square)
January: Straight Line Equations, Inequalities (Linear NOT Quadratic), Functions, Sequences
February: Introduction to Ratios, Gradients and Rates of Change of Straight-Line Graphs (d-t, v-t graphs), Percentages and Interest (No Compound Interest), Direct and Inverse Proportion
March: Angles, Lines and Polygons, 2D shapes – Area, Perimeter, 3D shapes Volumes and Surfaces Area
April: Loci and Constructions, Transformations, Congruency, Scale Factors and Similar Shapes, Sampling,
May: Revision

Maths Year 11
September: Surds, Laws of Indices, Standard Form
October: Estimation and Bounds (problem solving), Algebraic Fractions, Algebraic Proofs, Simultaneous Equations (Quadratic), Straight Line Graphs
November: Curved graphs, Transformations, Sequences, Arc & Sectors, Bearings
December: Circle Theorems, Compound Measures (d = m/v) and Rates of Flow, Similar Shapes
January: Trigonometry of Right-Angled triangles, 3D Pythagoras Theorem, Vectors
February: Volume & Surface Area, Histograms, Mean and Frequency Tables (Mean Frequency and Frequency Polygons)
March: Probability, Box Plots
April: Solving Simultaneous Equations (Linear NOT Quadratic), Solving Quadratic Formulas – Factorising, Quadratic Formula (No Completing the Square)
May: Revision

Physics Year 10
September: Electricity I (current, potential difference, resistance, series/parallel circuits)
October: Electricity II (Mains Electricity/ Static Electricity, Electric Fields)
November: Energy changes in a System
December: Conservation of energy
January: Particle Model/Change of State
February: Internal Energy and Specific Laten heat
March: Atomic Structure
April: Nuclear Radiation, Half live, Radioactive Decay and fusion
May: Revision

Physics Year 11
September: Motion along a line/Newton’s Law of Motion
October: Forces/Elasticity and Moments
November: Pressure in Liquids
December: Waves I
January: Waves II
February: Magnetism and electromagnetism
March: Space Physics
April: Momentum
May: Revision
Online Class Dates

Saturday 10th September

Sunday 11th September

KS3 English
Saturday 17th September

Saturday 24th September

Sunday 25th September

Saturday 7th October

Sunday 8th October

KS3 English
Saturday 14th October

Saturday 28th October

Sunday 29th October

Saturday 11th November

Sunday 12th November

KS3 English
Saturday 18th November

Saturday 25th November

Sunday 26th November

Saturday 2nd December

Sunday 3rd December

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Saturday 9th December

Saturday 16th December

Sunday 17th December

Saturday 13th January

Sunday 14th January

KS3 English
Saturday 20th January

Saturday 27th January

Sunday 28th January

Saturday 11th February

Sunday 12th February

KS3 English
Saturday 18th February

Saturday 25th February

Sunday 26th February

Saturday 11th March

Sunday 12th March

KS3 English
Saturday 18th March

Saturday 25th March

Sunday 26th March

Saturday 8th April

Sunday 9th April

KS3 English
Saturday 22nd April

Saturday 29th April

Sunday 30th April

Saturday 13th May

Sunday 14th May

KS3 English
Saturday 20th May

Saturday 28th May

Sunday 29th May

Saturday 13th June

Sunday 14th June

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Saturday 17th June

Saturday 28th June

Sunday 29th June

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We teach you
1 module per month
crash course design to get you ahead of your class.
Covering all exam boards

How it works

These are high intensity classes designed to get students ahead of their classes. What we cover in one session, is equivalent to 4-6 weeks of teaching at school. Every month we teach a different module, with the aim of covering the entire curriculum before their final exams.

Each lesson is dedicated to covering both theory as well as exam practice. Students receive a question pack prior to attending the class (in addition to high quality lecture notes), which is an opportunity for them to test their knowledge and see how much of the module they already know. During the live class, the teachers go through each question, and explain exactly how to score the highest marks.

These are live lessons held over Microsoft Teams. During the live class, there will be plenty of opportunity for student engagement, including live quizzes and Q&A's.




Frequently asked questions

  • What learning materials are provided by your company every month?
    In addition to the live class that is held, we also provide students with a pre-course pack containing:

    1. Question papers
    2. Lecture Notes
    3. Presentation Slides on the module

    We focus on a problem-based learning approach to learning, whereby, we first assess our student’s knowledge by providing them with past paper examination questions. We expect the students to attempt these before attending the lesson.

    In addition, for every module, we also provide high quality lecture notes that are written by our subject tutors. The lecture notes contain all of the salient information for each module, allowing students to have access to pre-course learning material.
  • My son/daughter hasn't yet covered the theory for the lesson; are they expected to complete all of the questions received in the question pack?
    We do not expect students to be able to answer all of the questions if they have not yet covered the theory before. However, we'd advise for them to attempt as many as they can, so that they can better follow the teacher during the live event.

    During the lesson, the teacher will be teaching the theory from first principles, as well as working through questions from the exam pack. The point of giving the questions is to evoke the students' curiosity and for them to be better engaged during the lesson. Therefore, even if they cannot answer the questions, they should still attend, as it will give them an opportunity to learn something new during the class.

    We also provide more questions than what can be answered in the class, as we expect students to continue practicing after the lesson.
  • How do I get Access to the Live Class?
    After registration, all students will be provided access to their personalised online learning dashboard. Within the dashboard, there will be links to the class registered for that month. All lessons take place over Microsoft Teams and these links will be provided in the student portal.
  • Will we receive the mark-schemes to the questions or the video recordings of the session after the class?
    Yes. After the lesson, we will send all parents the video recordings of the sessions, the answer sheets to all of the questions and the presentation slides covered in class. These are usually sent 72 hours after the class finishes.
  • Does my child need to turn on their microphone/camera during the live lesson?
    The lessons are a live webcast of only the teacher. It is a one-way stream, and therefore, students will not be required to turn on their camera or microphone. Students will only be able to see the teacher and not vice-versa.
  • Will there be any opportunities for students to engage in the class or ask questions during the live event?
    Yes absolutely! We have partnered up with a technology company called Slido, to help make our lessons more interactive and engaging for students. Students will be able to take part in live quizzes and compete with other students across the country as well as being able to respond to questions asked by teachers using various interactive devices, including live polls, MCQs, and word clouds.

    As much as focusing on the front-end teacher, we also heavily invest in back-end teachers. There will be a live chat facility, where students will be able to post questions in real-time and get answers by our medic teachers, who are working in the background to help moderate the chat.
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