Ashbourne offers a selection of half-day Easter Revision courses that run over five days in morning (10am – 1pm) or afternoon (2–5pm) sessions. GCSE Science is a full-day course that runs in both morning and afternoon sessions. A level Maths modules are offered as individual courses.
If you would like to enrol on any of our Easter Revision courses please read the information below and then complete and return this registration form (pdf) with payment (details on the form and below). If you require any further information or have any queries please contact the college on 020 7937 3858 or email email@example.com.
Our courses run over a three-week period during the Easter holidays:
Week 1 – Monday 1st April – Friday 5th April
Week 2 – Monday 8th April – Friday 12th April
Week 3 – Monday 15th April – Friday 19th April
Courses may repeat throughout the period in order to ensure a variety of subjects is available to as many students as possible.
The A level and GCSE courses we run are exam-board specific. Please make sure we offer the correct board and specification for you before enrolling. If you have any queries please contact the college.
Please visit the school office to collect a personal Easter Revision timetable and to register for your Easter Revision courses.
• GCSE Science full-day course costs £1030.
• A level Maths modules cost £565 each.
• All other half-day courses cost £565 each.
• We only offer A level English Literature and GCSE English Language and Literature to current Ashbourne students.
• Individual tuition is run in blocks of 10 or 15 hours, alongside the group course times, and costs £900 and £1350 respectively.
You can make payment by cheque, credit card or bank transfer. Please make cheques payable to Ashbourne College. If you wish to pay by bank transfer please quote the name of the student for whom the payment is being made. Please also email the college a copy of the bank transfer receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that failure to do these two things may result in the payment not being assigned to the student, and possible loss of the student’s place on the course. You can find the college’s bank details here.