GCSE Science Easter Revision

Ashbourne’s GCSE Science (double award) Easter Revision course runs in both the morning and afternoon session over five days (30 hours). The course is taught by Amjad Shah who has been helping students achieve great results at Ashbourne for many years. Students will benefit from his excellent teaching style and individual attention, which is a key feature of the Easter Revision programme at Ashbourne.

Timetable

WK 1 – Mon 29th Mar – Fri 2nd Apr
WK 2 – Mon 5th Apr – Fri 9th Apr
WK 3 – Mon 12th Apr – Fri 16th Apr
AM Session: Mon–Fri, 10am – 1pm
PM Session: Mon–Fri, 2pm – 5pm
Mon 29th Mar – Fri 2nd AprMon 5th Apr – Fri 9th AprMon 12th Apr – Fri 16th Apr
10am - 1pm2pm - 5pm10am - 1pm2pm - 5pm10am - 1pm2pm - 5pm

What is covered in the Easter Revision course?

Ashbourne follows the EDEXCEL syllabus for IGCSE Science double award. The topics covered in this course are:

Biology
The nature and variety of living organisms
Structure and functions in living organisms
Reproduction and inheritance
Ecology and the environment
Use of biological resources

Chemistry
Principles of chemistry
Inorganic chemistry
Physical chemistry
Organic chemistry

Physics
Forces and motion
Electricity
Waves
Energy resources and energy transfer
Solids, liquids and gases
Magnetism and electromagnetism
Radioactivity and particles
Astrophysics

Why Choose Ashbourne College?
StudentsParentsTeachers
What I like about Ashbourne is that everyone is enveloped into the really close-knit family, regardless of race or background. The teaching goes beyond simply imparting skills and knowledge, but also extends to encouraging and inspiring students, which makes learning a lot more enjoyable. The amount of passion that everyone has and the amount of individual attention the college gives to every student creates a pleasant and stimulating environment. Ashbourne has exceeded my expectations in so many ways, and I have really enjoyed my time here in the college
Enn Nee PinkyArts and Sciences with a Year Abroad at UCL - University College London (University of London)
She feels well respected as a pupil and gets the assistance she needs to understand the material
I see Ashbourne as a place which I feel comfortable to express myself and it creates an environment that encourages me to develop as a leader. I am constantly looking for ways to improve. I am determined to continue to develop myself and I know that this is made more attainable with Ashbourne’s fantastic support and encouragement. I am very lucky to find myself at Ashbourne. It is a truly remarkable place to work.
Dennis FulcherHead of Multi-Media and Social Science Faculty
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