We are delighted to offer Key Stage 4 students preparing to take their Science GCSEs a FREE 5 week online course.  This will run on Tuesday afternoons between 4pm and 5pm; commencing on 27th February 2024 and finishing 26th March 2024.

  • Designed to help students increase their grades for Science GCSEs (and will also be a useful revision for A Level/BTEC students).
  • Covering Biology, Chemistry and Physics key topics

Whatever grade you are predicted, please feel free to join the course – everybody is welcome!

Each session will cover topics which are traditionally challenging in exams, based on analysis of exam results. We will show you how to get those extra marks and get the grades you need to reach your goals. It doesn’t matter if you don’t want to study science long term, you are still welcome to attend.

We will have guest tutors from RVC who will provide advice about exams and career pathways.

This course is supported by: the Royal Society of Biology; ZSL London Zoo; Royal Society of Chemistry, the London Biosciences Innovation Centre and the Institute of Physics

Each session will have suggested follow up activities to reinforce your understanding.

Spaces are free but you need to register.  As well as contact details, we will ask for your predicted grades when you sign up, so that we can pitch the content best for the cohort – and that you let us know your grade when you get it this summer so that we can continue to improve the programme. We will also ask which exam board you are studying.  All this information will only be used to help you on your course and for us to evaluate the work we are doing to make it as effective as possible.

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NB: This course is aimed at GCSE level, however pupils at earlier or later stages are welcome to join. 

The software we will be using is MS Teams Live, which means that only the presenters are seen. The sessions will be run as webinars, so you can type questions, however there is no option to turn your camera on.

Thanks to the Convocation Trust and the University of London for funding this programme.

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