Effect of long time away

It is clear that the the long absence from the classroom has led to many student forgetting a lot of maths. This applies to those who were my best students before the shutdown almostr as much as those who were struggling.

I am having to do much revision work, even with my best students, than is normal after the summer break. It does usually come back to them but I can see this year being a struggle for students tocover all the ground and to show their true ability.

Face to Face

At the request of several parents. I have successfully started face to face using two machines (one student just uses her phone), a mini whiteboard and suitable distancing.

Pre and post exam comments and results

Comments from parents/ students re previously struggling final year GCSE students for 2020 assessments/ resits.

95% pass rate on 2020 Assessments.

2 New students awarded 3’s by school; got 5’s after my support until they sat the November exam

Sending you a massive thank you. You are a super star. [name] just found out she got a 5. She’s so pleased. All down to you.

Just wanted to say thank you for all the support and confidence you have given ……

Thanks for all you have done for N. It is much appreciated

Thanks for everything you have taught me throughout this year. I am very grateful

Student News

 

Every one of my GCSE students were awarded passes. Several felt disappointed , since they  felt they could have done much better if the exams had happened

2 New students awarded 3’s by school; got 5’s after my support until they sat the November exam

Fees

My fees vary on the level of the maths. examples per hour are as follows: (online in brackets)

KS3 (11-14)                                £23 (£21)
KS4 (15-16),                                £26 (£23)
KS5 A level,     College Math   £28 (26)

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