Tunbridge Wells Revision

Revision Courses

 

11 Plus Revision Courses:

  • February Half Term 

During this half-term, we will run a series of revision days to ensure that all topics, covered to date, have been fully retained. Importantly, this gives us a chance to flag up any gaps in knowledge so that we can work together, over the coming months, to ensure that extra classes are taken (or extra work is completed at home), if needed.

Next Dates: Tuesday 19th, Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st February.
  • Easter 

During the Easter Holidays, we run a four day 11 plus Revision Course. These classes have played a pivotal role in helping children to fill key gaps in knowledge; thereby increasing levels of confidence and building that all-important momentum in the run-up to September’s quiz.

Next Dates: TBC
  • May Half Term

Just as we do in the February half term, this is a series of days to ensure all students have fully retained the courses key topics.

Next Dates: Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th, Thursday 30th May
  • August  

Year after year, our August 11+ revision classes have been the vital catalyst towards ensuring that children achieve a positive result in September’s quiz. The classes give children comprehensive oversight of ALL aspects of the Kent Test. In addition, these classes offer a balance between the revision of essential 11+ topics and a series of timed exercises.

Our exclusive learning materials are developed in a way that reflect the precise nature and wording of the 11+ questions that they expect to face.

Next Dates: Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th,  Wednesday 14th, Thursday 15th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd, Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th.

GCSE Revision Courses:

During the Easter Holidays, we offer core subject revision courses for GCSE pupils along with past-paper practice sessions. The course includes four days of Science, four days of Maths and two days of English. The revision course is applicable to all children, regardless of whichever Exam Board they have been following. These immensely popular classes have played a pivotal role in helping children to achieve excellent results in their exams.

Next Dates: TBC