GCSE Maths Easter Revision

Ashbourne’s GCSE Maths (higher tier) Easter Revision course runs either in the morning or afternoon. Students will benefit from expert tuition and high levels of individual attention that Ashbourne Easter Revision courses provide.

Timetable

wk 1 – Mon 1st April – Fri 5th April
wk 2 – Mon 8th April – Fri 12th April
wk 3 – Mon 15th April – Fri 19th April
AM Session: Mon–Fri, 10am – 1pm
PM Session: Mon–Fri, 2pm – 5pm
wk 1 amwk 1 pmwk 2 amwk 2 pmwk 3 amwk 3 pm

What is covered in the Easter Revision course?

Ashbourne follows the Edexcel specification for Maths GCSE higher tier. The topics covered in this course include:

Number
Algebra
Ratio, proportion and rates of change
Geometry and measures
Probability
Statistics

Why Choose Ashbourne College?
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My time at Ashbourne was incredible! I made lifelong friendships and learnt how to be independent and manage my time well. For me, Ashbourne was a stepping stone between school and university where I was treated as an adult but was still given the guidance I needed to achieve the results that I wanted to get. During my time there I learnt so much, not just about my subjects, but about myself. I came to Ashbourne with a dream to study Music at university and, I am unbelievably grateful that, with the help of the teachers at Ashbourne, I am now a second year Music student at Royal Holloway University of London, my first choice. I have genuinely never been happier.
AimeeMusic at Royal Holloway University of London
Positive, encouraging environment ­focuses on what will help Theo rather than what he hasn’t done
Ashbourne is a wonderful place to teach and an even better place to study. The staff treat the students as adults and the mutual respect results in a relaxed university approach to study. Teaching classes that only have a max of 10 allows for individual tuition and greater differentiation within the groups helping the students grow in confidence and develop a love for their subjects. I really like the fact that students are encouraged to refer to their tutors by their first name and feel that this breaks down tutor/student boundaries and means that the students are confident in asking for help. Brilliant students, brilliant tutors, great place to work
Rachel TeasdaleFormer Head of GCSE and Biology Teacher
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