Summer School 2021 Timetable

Year 5 11+ Exam PreparationJulia BlandfordThursdays at 10.15am
Year 6 Mixed AbilityJulia BlandfordThursdays at 9am
Year 6 HigherJulia BlandfordTuesdays at 9am
Year 7 HigherJulia BlandfordTuesdays at 10.15am
Year 8 HigherLaura WhitleyTuesdays at 10am
Year 9 Foundation/Higher (aiming for 4-6)Laura WhitleyThursdays at 8:45am
Year 9 Higher (aiming for 7-9’s)Laura WhitleyTuesdays at 8:45am
Year 10 Higher Laura WhitleyThursdays at 10am

Summer School

We are so excited to offer Summer School group lessons after the success of last year. Designed and delivered by qualified UK Maths Teachers Laura and Julia, each group reviews and strengthens the previous year’s content. Year 6 students will be working on our tried and tested ‘Transition to Secondary School’ syllabus. 

Ideal for students who have experienced disrupted school learning due to the pandemic, or who wish to keep their maths skills going over the summer. Students learn in small groups via live interactive online lessons. All lessons are delivered through a bespoke online classroom. 

Lessons will run weekly from w/c the 26th July. 

To check availability please fill out the form opposite. If you do not see a class in the timetable that is suitable for your student, please do still enquire as I am always happy to open up new classes. 

Price – £20 per lesson (£100 for the course).

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Summer School Registration Form

This email address will be used to contact you from . Please expect a reply within 24 hours and check your junk folder if you are missing a reply.
This number will only be used to contact you if I am unable to contact you via email.
If enquiring for more than one student, please complete two forms.
Where possible students from the same school will be allocated the same class.
Students will be grouped by school year and ability. For year 11 students progressing to A-level please see
I will be creating groups for classes based on current level in Maths. If you know your child's current or predicted grades then please write them here along with anything you think I should know about them. For example; access arrangements, weaknesses and strengths in maths, how they've coped with distance learning during lockdown.