It’s safe to say that exam season is now in FULL swing for anyone studying at an A level college in London or around the UK! Everyone has their own way of dealing with the process, but if you’re doing any of the following things, you’re definitely doing it wrong! Don’t bury your head in the sand Guess what? Your exams are happening, whether you like it or not! Whether you’re confident that you will pass with flying colours or terrified that you are under prepared, the fact is, come game time, you will have to face the music. Continue Reading →
Our AS personal tutoring sessions have been amazing so far this term! We have covered everything from cyber bullying to working independently. We have also encouraged all AS students to complete a revision program which is going to be vital for their exam prep for the coming months! Here are some of our students having fun learning important group work skills.
Your exam entry forms are now ready for collection from the Finance and Exam Office (second floor, Old Court Place). Nancy will also give them out at your Personal Tutor classes this week. If you missed your classes today, please pick yours up from the Finance and Exams Office. For GCSE students – Rupert and Nancy will have a dedicated session to walk you through your exam entries forms at 13:00, Wednesday 11th February. Please make sure you attend this session. All Exam Entries forms must be returned to the Exam Office by 18:00, Friday 13th February. Failure in doing Continue Reading →
The UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT) organises national mathematics competitions in addition to other mathematical activities for 11-18 year old UK school pupils. Each maths challenge leads onto a follow-on Olympiad round, and we’re pleased to announce that our students who took part earlier this month have done extremely well! Congratulations to Jiaming Ning, Yanni She, Quanzhen Guo, Zige Zhang, Xiaoyu Weng and Zheng Liu who have all successfully made it through to the ‘Senior Kangaroo’ challenge. We also had one student who made it through to the first round of the British Math Olympiad. This involves a high level of Continue Reading →