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Maths: Changing the Subject of a Formula through Factorisation

In this class students will recap the methods of rearranging equations and then we will learn how to solve more complex problems which involve factorising expressions before being able find the subject of a formula.  For example, in the formula for the area of a rectangle A = b h ( area = base × height ), the subject of the formula is A.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: To be and -ing Words

This class focuses on learning how to say conjugate verbs using estar for 'to be' and '-ing' words. In this lesson we will revise leisurely activities such as ‘watching TV’, ‘listening to the radio’ or ‘sending messages to friends’.  We will learn the structure ‘I am doing something’ and will use it to make sentences in present progressive or continuous.  We will then make up our own sentences by using a given template. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Converting Recurring Decimals to Fractions

Fractions, decimals and percentages are frequently used in daily life. At GCSE level students are required to make basic conversions, however they are also required to prove that a recurring decimal can be written as a fraction. A typical recurring decimal is 0.333 which is equivalent to a 1/3. Students need to be able to show why 0.333 is equivalent to 1/3.  This is a level 6/7 topic for students sitting the higher GCSE paper. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving 1 and 2 Step Equations

Solving equations is an integral part of maths and many mathematical problems can be solved by forming and solving equations. In this lesson students will learn how to use inverse operations to solve two step equations. Solving equations is a fundamental skill for students to revise and perfect, it is often tested in other topics such as Geometry.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Maths: Surface Area of Solids  

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of surface area of 3D shapes using real-life examples. They will also learn how to calculate surface area of standard 3D shapes and a general rule to calculate surface area of prisms and pyramids. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Mixture Problems in Cooking

Do you know which word problems are the most essential in real life? 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Calculation with Integers

This class will take you through the steps needed to add and subtract integers, you will also practise using negative integers.  This is a topic that can sometimes be confusing for many students. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths Workshop: Money and Percentages Part 2

In this class Daria your SkyMath tutor will continue talking about percentage and the different types of Interest.  You will consider what is compound interest and compare it with simple interest. Students will have a great opportunity to see the difference between these interest types in practice.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths: Writing numbers in Standard Form  

In this session, students will understand when to multiply and divide numbers by powers of 10 and how to use this principle to write any number in its standard form. They will also learn how to perform different calculations with numbers written in their standard forms. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Straight Line Graphs

Students will be introduced the equation of a line (y=mx + c), understanding what is meant by the gradient (m) and y-intercept (c). Students also learn how to plot graphs using a table of values and from there will move onto doing more complex straight line graph problems whereby the would have to find the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Simultaneous Equations

Simultaneous equations require algebraic skills to find the values of letters within two or more equations. They are called simultaneous equations because the equations are solved at the same time.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 35 mins
  • £3
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Maths: Forming and Solving Equations

In everyday life people calculate the area and perimeter of things.  From finding out how many tiles you need for your bathroom floor, or how much wrapping paper you need for your Christmas presents! 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Volume of Compound Cuboids  

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of compound cuboids. They will also learn how to break compound cuboids into a simple cuboid and how can that knowledge be used to find the volume of compound cuboids.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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It's Christ-Maths!

In this class Christmas themed Maths class, Daria your tutor will consider the most famous logic exercises in the seasonal realm. Students will learn several approaches for solving sophisticated logic problems and put new theory into practice. This is a great chance to not only have some Christ-Maths fun, but to really understand how to approach logical word problems which is an important part of excelling at mathematics. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £2
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Maths Workshop: Money and Percentages Part 1

In this class Daria your tutor from SkyMath will consider a necessary and useful mathematical topic which is Percentages! Students will learn essential theoretical foundation and will put it into the practice. Also Daria will talk about interest, in this webinar she will show what is Simple Interest, how to calculate it and how we can use it in real life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths: Rounding Numbers to Significant Figures

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of significant figures and how to round numbers to a certain number of significant figures. They will also learn how to use estimating the answer to any calculation by using the concept of rounding to significant figures. Join Mr Salian in this class to fully understand how and why we round numbers to significant figures. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Conditional Probability

In this class your SkyMath tutor is going to go through conditional probability. Students will first learn the theory needed to understand conditional probability, its uses and importantly the differences between conditional and basic probability.  After the theory is learnt students will be able to put their knowledge into practise with some exercises intended to challenge and reinforce the theory. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Distance between 2 Points

In today's class students will learn how to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points on a coordinate axis. Students will then derive the formula for the distance between two lines.  Mr Hajghassem provides students the opportunity in this class to apply Pythagoras' theorem with a number of exercises.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving Quadratics using Quadratic Formula

This session focuses on using the quadratic formula in order to be able to solve quadratic equations.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Maths: Highest Common Factor (HCF) and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of the Highest Common Factor (H.C.F.) and Lowest Common Multiple L.C.M.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Volume of Prisms  

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of volume of 3D shapes and also learn how to calculate volume of prisms. They will also learn the concept of unit cubes and how they can be used to calculate the volume of cubes and cuboids.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Factorising Quadratics

A solid understanding of quadratics is key to achieving the best results in Maths exams or teacher assessments.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 15 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Rearranging Formulae

To build on an understanding of mathematical formulae, it is important to understand how these formulae can then be rearranged. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving Equations

A basic understanding of how to solve equations is useful across all Maths studies.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Standard Form

Standard form is a way to write really large or very small numbers. It follows the format a × 10ⁿ. Scientists use standard form all the time as they regularly have to deal with very large and very small numbers. For example the speed of light is a very large number, so it's usually written as 3 × 10⁸ m/s.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Maths: Solving Quadratics by Completing the Square

This session expands on being able to complete the square and being able to use this to solve quadratic equations.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Maths: Basic Probability

In today's class your SkyMath tutor is going to go over the basics of probability. Students will first of all go through the theory of probability and the differences between independent and exclusive events.  Secondly they will get the opportunity to putting the information into practice and try out some challenging probability based exercises.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Measurement Workshop Part 1

In the real world we use many different types of measurements, but in Maths we can split these into 2 units.  In this class your SkyMath tutor will consider metric and imperial units. Students will discover the difference between these two groups of measurement.  Students will solve various word problems based on real life situations to practise showing their working out using both metric and imperial units.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £3
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Maths: Transformation of Shapes Workshop

This workshop gives students the opportunity to see how to gain some serious marks in your GCSE examinations in the topic of Translation and Reflection of different shapes.  Your tutor Daria Students will show you how to do these operations effectively and timely so that you do not waste any time in your examinations. All the theory learnt in today's class will be put into practice so students get the best possible chance of learning how to answer exam-style questions.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Calculating the Mean from Frequency Tables

A measure of average is a value that is typical for a set of figures. Finding the average helps you to draw conclusions from data. For instance, finding the average number of sales in a given period can help a business make decisions about their stock levels at different points in time. The main types are mean, median and mode. Where a data set is large, a frequency table can make it easier to calculate averages. Students will therefore learn how to use a frequency table to calculate the mean of a data set. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Ratios and Proportions

In this class your SkyMath tutor will consider the most popular world problems that we find in the topic of ratio and proportions. Students will firstly be taught the theory and then have a chance to put that theory into practise with some all important exercises.  These exercises are a key part of learning for students to challenge themselves and develop and understanding in how to answer questions alone.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Order of Operations

The order of operations (BIDMAS) is a collection of rules that tell us which operations to perform first in order to evaluate a given mathematical expression. For example, in mathematics, multiplication is granted a higher precedence than addition, therefore, the expression 2 + 3 × 4 is interpreted to have the value 2 + (3 × 4) = 14, and not (2 + 3) × 4 = 20.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English Lit: Of Mice and Men

In today's session students will be shown how to write critically.  In this class students will get an overview of how to write analytically about ‘Of Mice and Men’ for a specific assignment: Consider to what extent Curley’s wife is presented as an outsider.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Language Analysis - Victorian Literature (Unseen Prose)

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse a short extract from ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Narrative Writing (Hero Topic)

In this class your English tutor will take you through an important task - Narrative Writing.  Your writing will be structured around an event taking place.  The event for this class will be a 'Hero Returns,' which focuses on a hero returning home.  You will learn how to structure narrative writing, how to decide on the end goal of your narrative writing and revise different techniques to make your writing stand out.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Opinion Writing (Marathon Hero Topic)

 ‘No-one in their right mind would run a marathon!’ In this class, students will get an overview of how to structure opinion writing.  You will use the opinion of a marathon runner above to address the issue of running a marathon as a charity hero. You will learn how to present the stance of your writing, the different ways to get your opinion across and how to structure your writing so that is flows freely and importantly does not contradict its own opinion!
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Punctuation Basics

In today's class we are going to take an in-depth focus on punctuation.  We are going to cover the different types of punctuation available for you to use in your writing and the correct usage of it. By the end of the class you should be able to use and understand more advanced punctuation such as colons, semicolons, hyphens and dashes confidently in all pieces of work. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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English: Analysing Persuasive Speech in Animal Farm

Animal Farm is a very common text across English curricula.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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English: Clauses in Complex Sentences

Do you want to learn how to become a Sentence Slayer?  In this class, students will be given an overview of how to use sentences with more than one clause in order to add depth and detail to their fiction and non-fiction.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Greek and Latin Etymology

In this class students will be given an overview of how to understand words in context.  You will be shown why understanding Greek and Latin root words can help you understand long, complex words in the context of which they are written. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Language Analysis -Dystopian Fiction (Unseen Prose)

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse a short extract from a dystopian science ficiton novel ‘The Mazerunner’. You will be shown how to identify language features, how to comment on the effects of language and how to embed and explain quotations. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Poetry: Using Structure to Create Meaning in "The British, serves 60 million"

Want to write your own poems?
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Language Analysis - 'The Pearl' John Steinbeck

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse the language and structure in an extract from John Steinbeck’s ‘The Pearl’.  You will be shown how to write about and analyse the effects of the language features as well as how to analyse the effects of structure features. This session will help you to secure a GCSE grade 5 in English Language for your centre-assessed grades / teacher-assessed grades (CAG / TAG), focusing on skills that your teacher will be looking at when making a final assessment. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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English: Narrative Writing (Victorian Orphanage)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to structure narrative writing, based on a specific narrative writing assignment: 'write a story set in a Victorian orphanage.'  We will work on writing for a purpose and understanding the purpose of your assignment as well as practising the 5 point narrative arc.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Language: Critical Reading and Comprehension

In this class students will get an overview of how to evaluate a writer’s choices based on a specific extract from ‘The War of the Worlds’. You will be shown how to write evaluatively about language features as well as structural techniques in a specific text.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Language Analysis - A Christmas Carol (Unseen Prose)

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse a short extract from ‘A Christmas Carol’. You will be shown how to identify genre, audience and purpose, how to comment on the effects of language features and how to embed and explain quotations. This session will help you to secure a GCSE grade 5 in English Language for your centre-assessed grades (CAG), focusing on skills that your teacher will be looking at when making a final assessment.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Context & Characterisation in Animal Farm

Context is everything. Knowing the background to a piece of writing can completely alter how you perceive it.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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English: An Introduction to Gothic Writing

Gothic literature is a poplar theme across different English curricula. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Poetry: Creation of Tone in Island Man

A lot of factors affect how a poet sets the mood of their poem.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Language: 'An Inspector Calls' 20th Century Fiction

In this class students will get an overview of the three female characters from ‘An Inspector Calls’. This session works on allowing you to secure a GCSE Grade 5 and above in English Language for your centre-assessed and teacher-assessed grades. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Analyse and Compare 2 Poems - War Topic

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse and compare two war poems: ‘The Soldier’ and ‘The Mother’. The session will be based on a specific assignment: ‘Compare how the writers present war.’   Firstly students will be shown how to understand poetic devices and language features with the intent of commenting on them.  Then they will learn how to embed and explain quotations in your writing. After this class, students will be able to compare any two poems that they are covering in school using their skills learnt today.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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English: Grammar Workshop - Words and Word Class

In this class students will get an overview of different types of nouns, verbs and adjectives and their usage. This workshop is key for securing the knowledge that is needed for all students studying English.  By the end of the session students should feel confident when using nouns, verbs and adjectives.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Poetry: Comparison of Half Caste & Search for my Tongue

Poetry can convey all types of emotions and circumstances, poems from other cultures also can give you an insight on the poets identity. In this class students will be given an overview of how to compare poems. Students will be shown how to analyse the poems ‘Half-Caste’ and ‘Search for My Tongue’ for a specific assignment: ‘Compare how the two poets present ideas about identity.’ This class is essential for English Literature students who want the opportunity to learn how to understand and compare 2 poems.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English Poetry: Examining a Poet's Heritage and Culture

Grace Nichols is the poet behind 'Island Man.'
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Literature: Duality in Jekyll and Hyde

In this English Literature class students will get an overview of how to write an essay for ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' with today's particular assignment being  ‘How does Stevenson present the theme of duality?’ 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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English: Achieving Grade 5 in Opinion Writing

In this mini-series of 3 classes, students will get an overview of how to write at (notional) Grade standards.  
  • Stream until Sat 5th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Achieving Grade 7 in Opinion Writing

In this mini-series of classes, students will get an overview of how to write at (notional) Grade standards.  
  • Stream until Sun 6th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Achieving Grade 9 in Opinion Writing

In this mini-series of 3 classes, students will get an overview of how to write at (notional) Grade standards.  
  • Stream until Mon 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Contact and Non Contact Forces (Physics)

In this class we will discuss what it means for a force to be contact or non-contact.  Students will look at each force in detail and go through examples of questions involving forces and how they interact.  They will learn the theory around the topic and get an extremely useful insight on how to answer exam questions.  
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Plant and Animal Cells

In this class students will be looking at the structures of animal and plant cells and the similarities and differences between them.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Biology: Plant Responses to their Environment

In this class we will look at answering longer questions that concern the environmental factors that affect plant responses, such as the direction of root and shoot growth and the role of plant hormones in these tropisms. 
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Biology: Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes (Cell Structure)

Cells are the 'building blocks of life'.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Biology: Adaptations of Plants and Animals for Survival

In this class we will look at the knowledge required to answer exam style questions on the topic of Adaptations for Survival. This will include reducing the risk of being eaten by predators and general adaptations to the environment. Learning how to answer exam questions is an essential skill needed to really excel at your Biology examinations. Laura will provide you with the tools to give a full rounded answer to reach all the marks you need.  
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Biology: Digestive System Exam Practice

 In this class we will discuss and demonstrate how to answer longer questions on the digestive system, including enzymes and enzyme production, the products of digestion and the organs involved.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Biology: Transportation of substances through a Plant

In this class we will look at how substances are transported through a plant, such as water through the xylem and sugars through the phloem. We will discuss how to answer longer questions on this subject to gain full marks in exams.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Planning your Practical Assessment

Practical work and demonstrations that have been undertaken in class are assessed in GCSE exams. In this class we will look at key knowledge that is needed to be successful in answering these type of questions and how to gain full marks. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Greenhouse Gases

This class will focus on the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide, methane and water vapour. We will look at how these gases absorb infrared radiation and then radiate energy back to the Earth. We will describe the natural greenhouse effect, which is essential to life on Earth and the ways that humans are enhancing the natural greenhouse effect. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Global Climate Change

In this class we will be looking at the how much the Earth has warmed overall to human activity and the climatic effects of this warming. We will discuss how different parts of the globe will be affected differently, such as more intense storms, floods and droughts. We will also see how these climatic changes will impact the lives of people around the planet. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Hydrocarbons and Fractional Distillation

In this class we will discuss what a hydrocarbon is and the structural and displayed formula, and understanding how to gain full marks in longer exam questions based on the manufacture of useful hydrocarbons by fractional distillation. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Conservation of Mass & Balanced Chemical Equations

As with any learning of equations, practice is key.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Chemistry: Factors Affecting the Rate of Reaction

In this class we will look at how the factors of particle size, concentration and temperature affect the rate of reaction in chemical reactions. A commonly addressed question in exams, this class will demonstrate how to gain full marks in longer response questions.  
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Structure and Formulae of Alkenes

Understanding Alkenes is a key lesson across all Chemistry studies at this level.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Chemistry: Crude Oil and Alkanes (Fuel)

This class covers all the basics of Crude Oil & Alkanes: definitions, examples and structures. Followed by practice exam questions to consolidate knowledge. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Chemistry: Electronic Structure

Understanding electronic structure forms the basis for many future lessons.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Life on Earth and the Atmosphere Exam Practice

In this class we will look at how to answer questions concerning the development of the Earth’s atmosphere, from its formation until today. We will discuss how life has affected the composition of the atmosphere. Key information and technique to gain full marks is included.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Human Activity and Greenhouse Gases

In this class we will look at the activities that humans are undertaking that add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Burning fossil fuels, deforestation and agriculture are all contributing to the concentration of greenhouse gases. We will look at data and graphs to confirm that humans are responsible for this increase.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Radioactive Decay

This class covers the different decay mechanisms that occur during radioactive decay of unstable radioactive nuclei. It describes how alpha, beta (-) and beta (+), neutron and gamma radiation affect the atomic structure and why.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Inside Atoms

A firm understanding of atoms is a key building block for future Physics education. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics Exam Revision: Pressure, Volume and Change of State

In this class we will look at how to answer questions associated with changes in pressure and volume in exams. I will demonstrate important calculations and analyse change of state graphs commonly seen in questions.  Providing you with the tools to write the best answer possible.  This class is beneficial to any students taking their GCSE's, or for younger students who want to get some exam practise under their belts.  Either way this session is fantastic at helping students to improve their answering skills.  
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 30 mins
  • £5
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Equations for Moving Objects

Solving equations and formulas are an essential topic to grasp in Physics. This class focuses on the equations for moving objects, the Kinetic Energy equation. We will look at where the equation would be applied and how it links to other energy equations and scenarios. These 5 minute, short burst classes give students the chance to practise solving the equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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The Work Done Equation

Solving equations and formulas are an essential topic to grasp in Physics. In this short session we will look at how to use the equation for work done in different situations and how this equation is related to the equation for gravitational potential energy. These 5 minute, short burst classes give students the chance to practise solving the equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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Physics: Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Energy is used as a source of electricity but there are both advantages and disadvantages to this use. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
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Physics: Nuclear Equations

In this class we will be looking at how nuclear equations are written that display the decay of an atom in a lighter atom via alpha and beta decay. We will look at how to tell which products will be produced using the Periodic table. We will also look at gamma radiation and why this does not lead to a change in mass or atomic number.  
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  • 20 mins
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Physics: Energy Stores and System

Energy is a reoccurring topic across much of the Physics curriculum. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Newton's Second Law

To excel in Physics there are a lot of equations and formulas for students to learn. In this class we will look at Newton's second Law and the application of the formula F =ma to forces, mass and acceleration in GCSE physics. These 5 minute, short burst classes gives students the chance to practise solving equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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Physics: Exoplanets

In this class we are going to be talking about exoplanets (planets that orbit stars other than our own Sun!). Upto this point there have now been over 4000 planets that have been discovered orbiting stars other than our own Sun. Most of the planetary systems found do not resemble our Solar System whatsoever and are full of unusual and exotic planets that are stranger than science fiction!
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
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Physics: Solar System

In this class we will look at all the bodies that make up our Solar System, including planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and dwarf planets. We will discuss why Pluto is no longer classified as a planet and the characteristics needed to be called a planet. We will also analyse, how our star, the Sun emits light through nuclear fusion.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Rearranging Equations and Substitutions

In this class your tutor will be demonstrating how to rearrange equations seen in GCSE Physics and how to apply this by the substitution of numbers into the equation to solve problems. I will also introduce the rearranging of equations with more than three variables. This topic can be challenging, therefore this class is perfect as a refresher for all GCSE age students. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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Physics: Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission is an important topic in Physics at GCSE or equivalent level.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Mass & Weight

To excel in Physics there is a lot of theory for students to learn.  This short session looks at the differences between mass and weight and the fact that mass is the same everywhere in the Universe, whereas weight varies.  These 5 minute short burst classes allow students to practise understanding theory and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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Physics: Dangers of Radioactivity

We have all heard about the Dangers of Radioactivity.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Calculating Density

Solving equations and formulas are an essential topic to grasp in Physics. In this class we will look at how the density of different objects is calculated using mass and volume. The different volumetric equations will be included. The calculation of density is a part of required practicals.  These 5 minute, short burst classes give students the chance to practise solving equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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Physics: Acceleration

To excel in Physics there are a lot of equations and formulas for students to learn. In this short session we will focus on understanding and solving the equation for Acceleration that you will need to learn for your Physics/Science GCSE examinations. These 5 minute, short burst classes allow students to practise solving the equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 5 mins
  • £2
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Physics Exam Revision: Energy

In this class we will look in detail about how to answer exam questions on the Energy topic. We will look at the knowledge that is required to answer the questions, understand what the question demands of the answer, and the process required to gain full marks in a 6 mark question. This class is beneficial to any students taking their GCSE's, or for younger students who want to get some exam practise under their belts.  Either way this session is fantastic at helping students to improve their answering skills.  
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  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Physics Exam Questions: Nuclear fission and Nuclear Power

In this revision session we will look at the knowledge required to answer questions about nuclear fission and nuclear power for GCSE students. We will go through what a question demands from it in the answer, and the process of gaining full marks in a 6 mark question.  This is essential revision for Physics students who are looking to gain the maximum amount of marks available in exam questions.  
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Physics: Background Radiation

Background radiation can originate from a number of different sources.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Electrons and Orbits

Electrons, orbits and ionisation can be a tricky topic to get your head around. 
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  • 20 mins
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Physics: Types of Radiation

Radiation takes many forms. In this class, students will cover the different types of nuclear radiation, including alpha, beta, gamma and neutron.
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  • 20 mins
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Physics: Half Life

Half Life considers the how the radioactivity of a substances changes over time. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Atomic Models

Atomic Models is a topic which comes up regularly across Physics and Chemistry studies.
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  • 15 mins
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The Wave Equation

Solving equations and formulas are an essential topic to grasp in Physics. In this short session we will investigate how the wave equation is used to find the speed, the wavelength, and velocity of electromagnetic radiation and other waves. We will practice questions based on the application of the wave equation to real-life scenarios and exam questions. These 5 minute, short burst classes give students the chance to practise solving the equations and allows them to excel in their in future learning.
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  • 5 mins
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French: Adjectives Focus - Personality

 In this class students we will practise speaking about family members.  To do this we will first go over a number of adjectives to describe personality. After that we are going to have a conversation using all the new vocabulary we have learnt to describe out family and friends. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Past and Near Future Tense

In this class students will practise talking about what they do regularly using the present tense and what they are going to do using the near future. They will then take part in an interactive conversation, imagining their plan to be a successful Youtuber.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Gender and Definite Articles - Subjects at School

French nouns have a grammatical gender. In this class students will learn how to talk about the school subjects they are taking in French.  It is important that we practise these as well as practise key vocabulary to teach students how to talk about and understand a range of school subjects. Furthermore pupils will also find out about the differences between the school subjects taught in France and in the UK.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Celebrations

In this class your tutor will go over the vocabulary to describe different types of celebrations.  You will be going over Christmas and New Year, Easter and how to wish your family and friends a Happy New Year!  We will also go through the topic of Christmas in more details.  You will go through some fun exercises and puzzles to cement your knowledge of Celebrations! 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Likes and Dislikes Workshop

In this class students will practise saying what they like and don’t like to do from the perspective of a professional cyclist. You will be given the chance to work on your pronunciation and speaking French out loud whilst voicing your personal opinions. At the end of the class Mr Smith will go through a fantastic tool called the 'sentence builder' which will allow you to create full, well-rounded sentences.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 35 mins
  • £4
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French: Quelle heure est-il? (What's the Time?)

In this class students will learn how to tell the time in French. We will revise numbers and practise key vocabulary to teach students how to understand what time it is right now and at what time things are happening in the future.  Students will be able to practise the correct pronunciation and be able to answer time related questions.   
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Future Tense - Making Plans

In this class students will work on learning how to speak in the future tense.  We are going to focus on making plans for the future using je vais or je veux. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Past and Present Tense- Daily Routine

This class focuses on learning how to take an active role in a conversation about your daily routine.  We will firstly learn the vocabulary using the past and present tenses and then be able to relay that in a conversation using correct pronunciation and tone. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Countries and Nationalities

In this class, Ms Bennell will teach you how to say a range of countries in French as well as learning the different ways of saying nationalities.  We will also go through how to use adjective endings when discussing nationalities. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Celebrations (Higher Level)

In this class your tutor will go over the vocabulary to describe different types of celebrations.  You will be going over Christmas and New Year, Easter and how to wish your family and friends a Happy New Year!  We will also go through the topic of Christmas in more detail. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Past and Present Tense Focus - In the Classroom

Today's lesson gives students the chance to practise the past and present tenses and revise or learn for the first time some key classroom language and school-related vocabulary. After going through the vocabulary we are going to get the opportunity to practise our speaking together to further our conversational skills. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Adjectives Focus - Best Friends

In this class we are going to spend some time learning how to describe people.  By the end of the lesson you should be able to have a conversation in German describing your best friend! 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: 1st and 3rd Person Focus - A Trip Abroad

In this class you are going to practise how to describe a trip abroad.  We are going to focus on how to use the past and present tense.  Finally you will work on having greater confidence speaking in both first and third person whilst using a wider range of vocabulary in your conversation.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Past and Present Tense - Daily Routine

In this lesson students will see how the present and past tenses can be easily combined to talk about routine activities without worrying about complex grammar exercises. We will revise key routine phrases using flashcards and a sentence builder and then have a conversation in German.  
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Consolidation of the Perfect Tense

In this class your tutor will consolidate theory around the past tense.  Whether you are a student who is new to the past tense in German, or one who has been introduced to it in previously at school, but have not had enough lesson time to get to grips with it, you will be shown the basic rules.  Furthermore you will get a chance to practice the past tense in a conversation.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Media and Technology Present and Future

Media and technology is moving at an unimaginably fast pace, keeping up with these updates when we learn languages is a must. In this lesson students will learn useful phrases surrounding new media and technology.  Students will then get the chance to practise using the present and future tenses in an imaginary and interactive conversation situation.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Adjective Focus Family and Personality

In this lesson pupils will learn how to describe other people, with a focus on adjectives to describe your own or others' personality.  Students will then take part in an interactive conversation to practise their spoken German. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Past Tense Practice

This lesson follows on from the basic introduction to the past tense. In this lesson, the past tense is revised, before students take part in a conversation around the topic of daily routine / the school day, using a mixture of past and present tense. You will also get a chance to practise your speaking, so you can carry out your German conversations in the past tense.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Future Plans

In this lesson students will learn how to talk about what they are going to do and want to do in the future. We will first learn useful phrases and then practise speaking German in a conversation scenario.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Present Perfect - I have

We are going to cover all you need to know when speaking in the present perfect. In this lesson we are going to revise a list of verbs ending in -ar.  We will then learn the past participle of each one of these verbs. In our grammar section of the class we will explain how to use ‘haber’ in present to form tenses such as ‘I have studied’ or ‘I have lived’.  This session will focus on the first person singular. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Conditional Tense (Lottery Topic!)

We are going to cover what you need to know when speaking in the conditional tense. The lesson will begin by introducing a list of activities in infinitive that we would do if we won the lottery.  We will learn how to turn these verbs into conditional tense.  Then we will complete our tenses with an ‘if’ clause to make our sentences more complete.  Finally we will listen to native speakers, will complete a reading exercise and will do two sets of translations all about our dreams if we won the lottery.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocab and Present Tense Focus of 'Me duele'

Key vocabulary for students of Spanish includes remembering the names of different body parts.   In this lesson Mr Castrillon will take students through the words for some of the parts of the body and we will learn how to say when a part of our body hurts. We will add adverbs of quantity, which will help us in showing how much or how little we are in pain. This is a great class to boost your vocabulary and to learn some new adverbs to make your Spanish sentences more descriptive. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus- Describing Personalities

We are going to spend some time today advancing your Spanish vocabulary. In this lesson we will revise and learn some new vocabulary surrounding the topic of 'personality'.  We will build sentences together in Spanish using opinions and the equivalent in Spanish for ‘I get/don’t get along with’ by using family member. This is a great class to increase your vocabulary and start to create some more detailed sentences using facts and opinions. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Conditional Sentences (Health Topic)

We are going to spend some time today advancing you knowledge of how to form a conditional sentence. In this lesson we will revise vocabulary for healthy living (en forma).  Then we will learn how to form conditional sentences using simple present and the conditional word ‘if’.  We will undertake an exercise together and will match sentences in Spanish with their translations into English.  This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: La Navidad Special

Feliz Navidad! In this Seasonal lesson, you will learn lots of vocabulary related to Christmas and how to wish your family and friends a Merry Christmas. There will be a fun Christmas activity where you will use verbs to fill in missing words in a set of sentences.  Then there will be an exercise where you will read short texts and can practice our reading comprehension by answering multiple choice questions. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: La Navidad Latin American Style

Imagine celebrating Christmas in Latin America! In this lesson we will revise vocabulary related to Christmas in Latin America.  We will use verbs to fill in missing words in a set of sentences.  We will also read short texts and will practice our reading comprehension by answering multiple choice questions. 
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus - I have (Tengo)

We are going to focus on the verb 'tener' particularly the form 'tengo' meaning I have.  Firstly we will begin the lesson by revising the vocabulary for objects we have in our rooms.  We will list them by using the word ‘tengo’ and the articles ‘un’, ‘una’, ‘unos’, ‘unas’.  We will then list we don’t have in our room.  As an extension we will include what we would like to have. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Seasonal Vocabulary - All things Spring

In this Spring themed Season Spanish lesson, we are firstly going to revise vocabulary related to the spring season.  We will learn set phrases related to activities we do in the spring such as ‘look after the garden’ or ‘go for walks’.  We will then use the present progressive tense to describe what we are doing in the spring and we will complete sentences with ‘now’, ‘at the moment’ or ‘right now’.  Finally, we will read a paragraph in Spanish and begin a GCSE challenge!  Even though you may think GCSE exams are a long way away right now, this is a fantastic opportunity to develop and hone some of the complex skills that are vital for future examination preparation. 
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Seasonal Vocabulary - All things Summer

In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary related to the summer season.  We will learn set phrases related to activities we do during the summertime such as ‘swimming' and ‘sunbathing’.  We will then use the future tense to describe what we are going to do next summer. Finally, we will read a paragraph in Spanish and begin a GCSE challenge!  Even though you may think GCSE exams are a long way away right now, this is a fantastic opportunity to develop and hone some of the complex skills that are vital for future examination preparation. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Using Adverbs relating to Chores

For an adverb masterclass look no further. In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary related to household chores such as ‘tidying up’, ‘washing up’ or ‘cleaning’.  We will learn frequency adverbs such as ‘always’, ‘never’ or ‘sometimes’ and we will use them to create good quality sentences in Spanish.  We will hear native speakers telling us about their daily routines when doing house chores.  Our final challenge will be two translation activities which will test all the knowledge you have learnt in class today. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Conjugating -ar verbs

For all you need to know when conjugating -ar verbs look no further.  In this lesson, we will learn to conjugate verbs ending in -ar in simple present.  We will learn both regular and irregular verbs.  We will match up and translate a range of sentences from English into Spanish and Spanish into English. This is a great class for students to practise conjugating verbs and to listen to the correct pronunciation. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Ages- Tiene/Tienen

Do you know how to conjugate the verb 'to have'? In this lesson we will revise the topic of ages (numbers) in relation to family relationships.  We will use numbers to express other people’s ages.  We will learn to conjugate the verb ‘to have’ in third person (he has/she has/they have) and as a challenge we will learn how to ask someone how old they are. This class covers key counting and conjugating skills which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Simple Present Tense Focus - Forming Opinions (Health Topic)

We are going to spend some time today advancing your understanding of the simple present. In this lesson you are going to learn how to form sentences in simple present describing a routine to keep ourselves healthy. There will be a recap of the most common vocabulary for surrounding having a healthy lifestyle.  Finally we will challenge ourselves to use ‘creo que’, ‘pienso que’ and ‘opino que’ to show our opinions regarding a healthy routine. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Conjugating -er verbs

In this lesson we will learn to conjugate verbs ending in -er in the simple present.  Students are going to learn both regular and irregular verbs. Finally students will complete an exercise where we will match up and translate a range of sentences from English into Spanish and Spanish into English. This class will help you with 2 aspects of learning a language; conjugating verbs and a comprehension of sentence structure. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Personal Pronouns 'conmigo' and 'contigo'

We are going to cover all you need to know regarding personal pronouns. In this lesson we will introduce a list of activities in the infinitive, that we do with our friends.  For example we will go through activities like playing football, talking on the phone or studying.  We will introduce the use of the preposition ‘con’ to complete our sentences when expressing who we are doing these infinitive with.  We will learn two special cases that we need in Spanish when we want to say ‘with me’ and ‘with you’. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Verb Practice 'To Do' with the Weather (Part 2 of 2)

Today we are going to spend some time on the weather. In this lesson we will revise vocabulary related to the weather such as ‘frio’, ‘calor’, ‘viento’, ‘bochorno’.  We will use the verb ‘to do’ to describe different types of weather.  We will introduce words like ‘mucho’ or ‘bastante’ to emphasize our description of the weather. This class covers key vocabulary which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Verb Practice 'To Be' with the Weather (Part 1 of 2)

Today we are going to spend some time on the weather. In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary related to the weather such as ‘lluvioso’, ‘caluroso’, ‘agradable’.  We will use the verb ‘to be’ to describe different types of weather.  We will hear different people describing the weather and we will answer a GCSE question about the weather. This class covers key vocabulary which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Vocab and Present Tense Focus- Discussing Daily Routines

Let's talk about what we are doing today. In this lesson we will start by revising vocabulary regarding your own daily routine.  Together we are going to describe our daily routine and then we will use this to talk about somebody else’s routine. We are then going to complete a GCSE challenge to get students used to the style of questions that appear in examinations.  Although the examinations may be a way off for many students, revising past questions is essential to excelling in Spanish! 
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Adjectives Focus - Describing our Family

We are going to spend some time covering various different adjectives to advance your Spanish knowledge. In this lesson we will revise and learn some new vocabulary surrounding your family.  We will learn verbs used to describe how we relate to other people and we will use them to describe our relationship with other members of the family. You will be able to give detailed answers to family related questions using opinions and facts, most importantly raising your language skills by using personality adjectives. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
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Spanish: Double Negatives using 'Los Medios Sociales'

In this lesson we will learn the words for different types of social media and communication devices, like radio, television or mobile phone.  We will use the verb 'tener' in simple present with different people.  For instance, 'I have' 'my brother has'.  We will also include negative sentences and as a challenge we will form sentences with 'ni...ni..' This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Conjugating -ir verbs

Conjugating verbs is essential in Spanish to be able to develop full written or spoken sentences.  In this lesson, we will learn to conjugate verbs ending in -ir in the simple present.  We will learn regular and irregular verbs.  We will complete an exercise where we will match up and translate a range of sentences from English into Spanish and Spanish into English. This class will help you to with 2 aspects of learning a language; conjugating verbs and the comprehension of sentence structure. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Scottish Gaelic: Regular Future Tense

A firm understanding of the regular future tense is important when learning any new language. 
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  • 20 mins
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Scottish Gaelic: Numbers 20-100

Learning a language takes time, effort and most of all practise!In this lesson we will learn to count from 20 - 100 in Gaelic. By the end of the class, students will be able to confidently and quickly recount numbers. 
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  • 20 mins
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Scottish Gaelic: Old Fashioned Counting System

Learning the old system of counting can be useful in sums and in constructing numbers in a different language.
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  • 20 mins
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Scottish Gaelic: Describing Places

In the early stages of language learning, it is important to start building in descriptions to develop your new skills.
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  • 20 mins
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Scottish Gaelic: Irregular Future Tense

Irregular Future tense of any language can be a tricky topic for many.
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  • 20 mins
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Vocabulary and Terms for Essay Writing for Gàidhlig Medium

It is important for students to show how well they understand a new language.
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  • 20 mins
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Scottish Gaelic: Where I Live

A key lesson in early language learning is the ability to talk about where you live to really build those early conversations. 
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Causes of Unequal Development

In today's class we are going to be focusing on the topic of Development, in particular this lesson will examine the reasons why some countries are more developed than others. This will include examining the human and physical characteristics, as well explaining the impact that they may have on a country.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Geography: Hazards - Hydrological Cycle

The hydrological cycle is a key reoccurring theme which is used throughout Geography studies.
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Hazards - Plate Boundaries

Plate boundaries are the source of some of the largest natural hazards on Earth.
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Coasts - Wave Types

The topic of Coasts is common in Geography studies; looking at the ever changing boundary between land and sea.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Hazards - Urbanisation

Urbanisation is the movement of a population from rural to urban areas.
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Global Air Circulation

There are many factors which affect the climates we experience across the globe.
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Climatic Factors

Many factors affect the climate around us and why we experience different climates across the globe. 
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Causes of a River Flood Event

In this lesson we will examine the reasons why a river might be likely to flood. We will divide them between natural and man-made causes and try to link them to a storm   to help examine the flood risk created. 
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Why has Tourism Grown?

Tourism is an industry based on recreation and leisure, people travel to destinations with these purposes in mind. 
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: River Transportation

As a river moves through it's path it can pick up and deposit parts of the land along the way
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: Population Boom

Do you know what the population is of the world at this very minute?
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Hazards - The Impact of Tropical Storms

In this lesson we will examine the ways countries can reduce tropical storm damage. We will look at strategies, before, during and after the events. We will also consider the impact wealth of the country could have on implementing these strategies.
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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Geography: The Demographic Transition Model

Today's class will focus on the topic of population, in particular this lesson we will examine the Demographic Transition Model. We will look at how the population changes and what might be causing these changes. We will also link a country to each stage of the model.
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Geography: Hazards -Volcano Types

Volcanoes are one of the most dramatic natural hazards on Earth.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Coasts - Hard and Soft Engineering

In this lesson we will examine the strategies that are place that we can adopt to protect a coastline. This will be divided between hard and soft engineering. We will also explain how they can help protect the coastline.
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Geology: Understanding Geological Time Periods and Eras

In this class we will take a trip through geological time, from the formation of the Earth until the present day.  We will examine the main events of each geological era and period. We will look at how the history of the Earth is divided by mass extinctions, abrupt climatic change and other factors. We will also examine how the age of rocks are investigated using techniques such as radioactive dating and index fossils. 
  • Stream until Mon 15th Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Hitler's Foreign Policy Aims (Germany 1880-1945)

Hitler's Foreign Policy is a key topic in realising earlier events in Hitler's policies connected to World War II. 
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  • 20 mins
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History: 4 Mark Question Workshop for GCSE - (Germany 1890-1945)

Alongside learning the content of History lessons, it is important to learn how to apply this knowledge to exams.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: How did the Norman Conquest impact Peasants?

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
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History: How did the Normans change religion in England?

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
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History: Who was Rosa Parks?

Rosa Parks was an American Activist in the Civil Rights movement best known for her resistance for bus segregation.
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  • 20 mins
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History: Why the League of Nations was created & the form it took

The League of Nations is a popular topic across History exam boards.
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  • 20 mins
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History: GCSE Exam Workshop - Tackling The 8 Mark Question

This class will get to grips with one of the trickiest Exam Question styles in History (notably found in papers by the AQA). 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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History: How did liberal & socialist opposition to Tsarism grow from 1905-1914?

Between 1905 and 1914 there was growing opposition to Tsarism in Russia following the crushing of the 1905 revolution.
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  • 20 mins
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History: The Big 3 at The Treaty of Versailles - WWI

The Big 3 are the three men Woodrow Wilson, Georges Celemenceau and David Lloyd George who were the driving force behind the creation of the Treaty of Versailles.
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  • 20 mins
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History: The Impact on Towns under the Normans

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: The Impact of the Norman Conquest on Villages

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
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History: How did Marxism develop under Tsar Nicholas II?

Marxism was the most radical current of opposition to Tsarism in Russia. 
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  • 20 mins
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History: What were the Jim Crow Laws?

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  • 20 mins
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History: Who was Malcolm X?

Malcolm X was as an African American minister and human rights activist. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: The Treaty of Versailles - WWI

The Treaty of Versailles is a popular topic in across History assessments.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: How did the Normans balance power between the Church & the Crown?

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: How religious were people in Norman times?

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Normans changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: How did the Normans change Education?

Norman England is a large topic covered in AQA History alongside other exam boards. Through a series of classes, students will learn how the Norman's changed so many aspects of life in England.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Segregation in American Schools

Was segregation in American Schools overcome?
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Henry VIII and the Church of England

There is a lot to learn around the Church of England in the time of Henry VIII.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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History: How much did Russian culture change under Tsar Nicholas II?

Under the rule of Tsar Nicholas II there were many changes in Russian culture. 
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  • 20 mins
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History: How did Henry Tudor consolidate his Reign?

There is a lot to learn about the Tudor Period, a topic which is often covered across History studies. 
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  • 20 mins
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Geography: A River's Long Profile

A river goes through an enormous number of changes as it moves through it's path. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: GCSE Exam Workshop - Tackling The 12 Mark Question

Alongside learning the content of History lessons, it is important to learn how to apply this knowledge to exams.
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  • 20 mins
  • £5
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History: Kaiser Wilhelm II (Germany 1880 - 1945)

To understand the causes of WW1, it is important to look further back in History.
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  • 20 mins
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Achieving Mindfulness through Art: Colouring

It is so important to make time for yourself in order to achieve the most in all areas of your life.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Campaigning for Animal Welfare with the RSPCA

In this class Rachel will help you think about how to make change on issues you care about. In other words, how to be a campaigner.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Learning Scottish Gaelic: Weather

In any language, the weather is always a great topic to talk about whoever you are speaking to!
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  • 15 mins
  • £3.50
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Knowing Me, Knowing You: Introvert/Extrovert

Being able to understand yourself better brings clarity to many areas of your life and helps you make the right choices for you!
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  • 20 mins
  • £5
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Learn Scottish Gaelic: Top Tips and Tricks for Beginners

Taking on a new language can be tricky but it can also be SO rewarding.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Earth Day: Climate Literacy for Climate Action

This class will focus on the urgent need for climate literacy across all grade levels and academic disciplines. We start with the first Earth Day in 1970 and the evolution of the modern environmental movement. Tracey will review the resources from EARTHDAY.ORG that were developed to help students, educators and parents along the learning spectrum from awareness to action. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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The Parent/Guardian Guide to Higher Education

In this session Alice and Hollie will explore why students make the own decision go to university, or why students may not want to go to university at all, and what the other options there are available to them.  They will also provide Parents and Guardians with some top tips for how to best support your children in their Higher Education journey whichever pathway they take. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 25 mins
  • FREE
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Money Matters! Basic Money Management

What should we do with our money? In this class Ms Brooks will provide younger students with an overview and suggestions of how to manage and think about money.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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How to Write a Personal Statement

In this class Ms Brooks will show students how to structure a personal statement with a main focus and direction on the content needed.  You are going to learn the basics that need to be included in your Personal Statement and you will learn how to structure it and what content needs to be included.  Secondly you will be shown how to make your statement unique, engaging and relevant to the post/course that you are applying for.  
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  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Utilising the Psychology of Memory for Revision

As well as learning subject content itself, it's so important to set aside time to consider HOW to learn most effectively.
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  • 20 mins
  • £5.50
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Dance: A Gentle Feel Good Moment

A beginner's class into using Dance for fun and fitness.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £1
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Learning Scottish Gaelic: Colours and Clothes

Focusing on one topic is a great way to practice the new skills you are learning in a new language.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Learning Scottish Gaelic: Sports and Hobbies

When taking on a new language, a great way to practice what you've learned and really develop your vocabulary is by focussing in on one topic.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Knowing Me, Knowing You: How Do You Get Your Information?

Being able to understand yourself better brings clarity to many areas of your life and helps you make the right choices for you!
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  • 20 mins
  • £5
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Creating a Positive Attitude to Food

In today's session we are going to be 'Creating a Positive Attitude to Food with School Packed Lunches.' 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Music: Programme Music

When studying Music it is important to consider both the theory and practical elements.
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  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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The Truth about Bullying in Schools - My Journey

During this class we are going to speak to the inspirational Nath Fernandes who is the founder of Dynamic Play Ed. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Knowing Me, Knowing You: Introduction

This video provides an introduction to a mini series in which Life Coach, Maddy, will help students understand themselves and the people around them.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Learning Scottish Gaelic: Food

What better topic to practice a new language on than food.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Interview Skills

Interviews can be daunting for everyone and often nerves can hold you back.  In this class Ms Brooks teaches you how to take as much control as possible of the interview experience.  She will demonstrate how to maintain that confidence over the whole course of the interview even in the presence of challenging questions that could potentially unmask those pesky nerves.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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A Colouring Masterclass for Beginners

This fantastic Art class is brought to you by Kelly Horton a successful artist and teacher.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Career Workshop with England Rugby - Part 1

In this fantastic 2 part workshop with Chris Sigsworth (Schools and Colleges Manager at England Rugby) he will reveal the breadth of many of the different career paths available at England Rugby.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Career Workshop with England Rugby - Part 2

In Part 2 of this fantastic Career workshop with Chris Sigsworth (Schools and Colleges Manager at England Rugby) will reveal the breadth of many of the different career paths available at England Rugby. If you missed Part 1 of this fantastic class pair, you can find it here: Career Workshop with England Rugby Part 1.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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A Day in the Life of a RSPCA Inspector

There are so many different jobs within any one charity. In this class, Jo will talk through a day in the life of an RSPCA Inspector.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Becoming a Lobbyist for the RSPCA

In this class Rachel will talk about the role of a lobbyist, especially in the charity sector, and how she arrived in the role after starting her career working for a political party. Rachel will also discuss the key skills she utilises every day in the job and that every budding lobbyist needs to have. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Maths: Algebraic Proofs

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of algebraic proofs. They will first understand how to represent different numbers algebraically and then how to use them to prove mathematical relationships algebraically.  Join Mr Salian in this class to go through both the theory and practical examples to really excel in your working of algebraic proofs. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Changing the Subject of a Formula (Basic)

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of subject of any formula. They will not only know what is it meant to rearrange and change the subject of any formula, but they will also learn different ways to change the subject of the formula.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Non-Right Angle Triangle Trigonometry

In this session students will understand how to apply trigonometric ratios for non-right-angled-triangles. They will also be introduced to the concept of the Sine Rule and Cosine Rule and will eventually know how to find the area of any triangle using trigonometric ratios. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: HCF and LCM using a Venn Diagram

Students will be able to define what is meant by factors and multiples and in turn use prime factorisation (factor trees) and Venn diagrams to find the Highest common factor and Lowest common multiple of two numbers. Students will then be able to apply this skill to worded problems. The relevance of prime factorisation to the real world is very important to people who try to make (or break) secret codes based on numbers. That is because factoring very large numbers is very hard, and can take computers a long time to do. If you want to know more, the subject is "encryption" or "cryptography".
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Unit Conversions (Metric -Area/Volume, Imperial)

In this session students will understand how to convert metric units of area and volume. Finally, they will be introduced to the concept of imperial units and how to convert from one imperial unit to another. This is a key topic to get right in Maths and so this class is useful for those wanting the opportunity to be able to excel at unit conversions.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Statistics - Mean, Median and Mode

Do you know what the is difference between Mean, Median or Mode? In this class your SkyMath tutor will consider word problems with these types of statistical averages to uncover the difference. Students will firstly learn the new theory and then have a chance to put all this new information into practice by completing some exercises. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Math: Area of a Circle and Sector

In this class students will learn about the derivation of the area of a circle and will learn how to use the formula to calculate the area of a circle and sector.
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Nth term of a linear sequence

In this class students will learn how to find any term in a linear sequence, through deriving the nth term expression of the linear sequence. The 'nth' term is a formula with 'n' in it which enables students to find any term of a sequence without having to count up or down from one term to the next .Student will look at both visual and number patterns which will help cement a deeper understanding of linear sequences. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Frequency Trees

By the end of this lesson students should be able to create a frequency tree from a written description. Frequency trees are also linked with two-way tables which are also another way of sorting data into different categories. Frequency trees should not be mistaken with tree diagrams. Frequency trees will usually appear in the foundation GCSE paper or at the start of a Higher paper, therefore this is a topic that is useful to both Higher and Foundation students.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Transformations (Reflections)

In this class you are going to learn about transformations.  Transformations change the size or position of shapes. A reflection is a type of transformation. It 'maps' one shape onto another. When a shape is reflected a mirror image is created. If the shape and size remain unchanged, the two images are congruent (Exactly the same). In this lesson you will learn how to draw a mirror line, as well as reflect shapes on coordinate axis. Students will also learn about diagonal reflections which take place in the lines y = x and y = - x. Finally, students will be shown how to describe a reflection that maps one shape onto another
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Sharing a Quantity in a given Ratio

Ratios are a part of everyday life, whether students are buying a pizza or calculating coordinates on a map. In this important class students will learn how to define what is meant by a ratio and split a quantity in a given ratio. As a topic ratios are found in all ability papers, therefore is an important topic to study to succeed in Maths.   
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Rounding Numbers to Place Value  

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of rounding numbers and how to round numbers to a certain place value. They will also learn how to round decimal numbers to certain number of decimal places 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Bearings

A bearing is an angle, measured clockwise from the north direction. Bearings are often used to describe direction (North, East, South, West), and a real-life example of this is ships using bearings to navigate around the ocean. In this lesson students will learn how to describe and draw bearings and finally use their knowledge of bearing to find missing angles. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Transformations (Translation)

Transformations change the size or position of shapes. A translation is a type of transformation. A translation moves a shape up, down or from side to side but it does not change its appearance in any other way. To translate shapes in the correct direction, students will learn about vector notations, which give information about the direction in which the vertices of a shape will need to be moved. Once familiar with vector notation, translations become a relatively straight forward transformation which will enable students sitting the foundation or higher GCSE paper to pick up ‘easy marks’. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths KS3: Geometry (Area)

In this class Daria will consider formulas of area. Students will learn formulas of area for all geometric shapes. Students will be able to check their skills on practice. Theory and typical exam exercises will be considered.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths: SURDs

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of surds and how they can be related to fractional indices. They will also learn how to simplify surds and how to perform different operations on surds. Finally, they will also be introduced to the concept of rationalisation and learn how to rationalise denominators containing surds. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Compound Interest

In this class, students will look at how to use the formula for compound interest.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 10 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths: Circumference of a Circle and Sector

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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Advanced Trigonometry

In this session students will firstly be introduced to the concept of reciprocal of trigonometric ratios. They will then be introduced to the concept of unit circle and how to use that to find Sine and Cosine of angles more than 90 degrees. Finally, students will understand how to draw graphs of trigonometric ratios and how to use that to find Sine and Cosine of angles more than 90 degrees.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Inverse Proportion

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of inverse proportion. They will then understand when are two quantities in inverse proportion. Finally, they will understand how to find the missing values if two quantities are in inverse proportion and how to use this aspect to solve applications of inverse proportion in real-life. This class is perfect for those who want the opportunity to go over inverse proportion again to cement their understanding and practise some real world examples. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: It's Santa's Problem

Have you always wondered what it would be like to be Santa Claus? How does he manage to get all those parcels to all those children in just one night?  In this class Daria your tutor will go through a set of word problems that need to be solved on Christmas night and how students can use them in real life examples. We will go through some basic Maths you should already know, including Velocity, Probability and some new maths problems including distance word problems and logic exercises.  All old and new knowledge learnt will be put to the test using practical examples for you to follow along with.  Merry Christmas! 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £2
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Maths: Fractions of Amounts

Fractions are a vital lesson throughout all Maths studies and having a firm understanding of the theory and how to apply this is key in achieving a student's potential. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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Maths: A Guide to Sine and Cosine

In this class Maria your tutor from SkyMath will talk about Sines and Cosines. Students will learn how to quickly remember the meaning of sine and cosine. All new information will be put into practice in a safe, helpful and friendly way. Theory and typical exam exercises will be considered.   This important topic in Maths is one that many students struggle with, this is the perfect class to revise the topic.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Algebraic Fractions

Fractions is a topic many students find challenging initially. This session consolidates learning on all fraction types for students who are looking to gain more confidence in this area.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 15 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths: Area

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of area of 2D shapes. They will also learn how to calculate the areas of some standard 2D shapes and using that to calculate the areas of compound shapes. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths Workshop: Secrets of the Circle

In this class Daria your Maths Tutor will continue to talk about the most crucial circle theorems. These theorems are vital for students who want to excel in maths and become fully fledged mathematicians. Students will put into practice new theories covered in this class. 
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  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Prime Factor Decomposition

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of Prime Factor Decomposition and writing any number in index notation of its prime factor. They will also learn how to use prime factor decomposition of numbers to calculate H.C.F. and L.C.M. of numbers. 
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Finding Squares, Cubes, Square Roots, Cube Roots Manually

In this session students will learn to find squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots of numbers manually which will be helpful in the non-calculator paper of their GCSE Examinations (or equivalent). 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Factorising quadratic equations

In this class students will learn how to factorise quadratic equations. They will use prior knowledge of factorising linear equations and build on this. Factorising quadratic equations will enable students to find the roots/solutions of a quadratic curve. The roots/solutions tell us the points at which the curve intersects the x-axis. This can be beneficial to businesses if they graph their price against their profits as shown in the image below. Using the curve, a business will be able to find it’s profit maximising price as well as the prices where they will make no profits.  
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Exterior Angles in Polygons

Building on the prior knowledge about interior angles of polygons, this lesson will show students the relationship between the interior and exterior angles of a polygon. Using visual demonstrations students will deduce that the sum of exterior angles in a polygon will add up to 360 degrees. Students can then use this knowledge to complete a wide range of problems involving interior/exterior angles in polygons.  
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  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Volume of a Cylinder and a Cone

In this class students will learn about calculating the volume of a cylinder and cone.  Students will be taught how to calculate the volume of a 3D shape with a consistent cross-section.  To finally be able to learn the volume of a cylinder.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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Maths: Different Types of Numbers

Did you know there were different types of numbers? In this session, students will be introduced to different types of numbers and how to differentiate between each of these types of numbers. They will also be introduced to the concept of rational and irrational numbers. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Surface area of a Cylinder

At the end of this class students will be able to recognise and draw the net of a cylinder and subsequently be able to calculate the surface area of a cylinder. Students will gain a good understanding of what surface area means and be able to visualise it. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Sharing in Ratios

Understanding Ratios is key skill to develop early in Maths learning as it is used as a foundation to build future knowledge on.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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Maths Workshop: Secrets of the Circle Part 2

In this class Daria your Maths Tutor will take you on a refresher workshop of the most vital Circle Theorems.  This is Part 2 of our Circle Theorems workshops, although you do not need to have attended Part 1 to gain an incredible amount of helpful theory and practise.  Join this session to answer a number of practical questions to solve geometric problems. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Circle Workshop Part 1

In this fantastic 2 part LIVE class your SkyMath tutor will discuss the most crucial circle theorems. These theorems are a vital topic in Maths hence why we are taking the ample time and proven revision techniques to impart with you all the wisdom there is to behold in these theorems.  All new theories and formulas shown in this class will be given the chance to put the theory into practice with some exercises. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Nets of Solids

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of nets of solids. This is an important topic in for students to cover in Geometry regarding 2D and 3D shapes and Mr Salian will work with you to be able to identify the solid shape from its net and identify the nets of different solids.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Relative Frequency

Relative frequency (experimental probability) is used when probability is being estimated using the outcomes of an experiment or trial, when theoretical probability cannot be used. For example, when using a biased dice, the probability of getting each number is no longer 1/6. To be able to assign a probability to each number, an experiment would need to be conducted. From the experimental results, the relative frequency could be calculated.  In this class students will learn the difference between theoretical and experimental probability and how to calculate theoretical probability. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Fractions, decimals and percentages can all have the same values. Students need to know how to convert between them, in particular when a question requires students to work in all 3. Students may have a preference to write values in one singular format and therefore we will be working on being able to use all three notations to be as easy as each other. Converting between fractions, decimals and percentages is a key skill needed to perform well in examinations and vital for success particularly found in the Foundation Level paper of GCSE.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Circle Workshop Part 2

In this second part of SkyMath's Circle Workshop we are going to be focusing on solving geometric problems.  We will do this by going over the theory one more time, but spending the most amount of time on practical exercises.  These exercises are key in bettering your understanding of the theories involved and helping you to improve you answering skills in different variations of questions. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: I want - Quiero

Querer is a common verb to get to grips with in Spanish, we are going to spend some time this lesson learning how to conjugate this verb. Firstly  we will revise vocabulary related eating at a restaurant.  We will then learn how to ask for food at a restaurant.  Then we are going to focus on learning the conjugation for ‘querer’ (to want) in present tense.  As an extension we will learn how to say what other people want. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Classification and Components of 3D Shapes

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of 3D shapes by using examples of everyday life. They will learn how 3D shapes are classified and what are the different components of 3D shapes. Students will also be taught about the concept of cross-section of 3-D shapes in an interesting and dynamic way! 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving Inequalities

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of inequalities. They will be first introduced to the different notations that are used in inequalities. They will then understand the properties of linear and quadratic inequalities. Once students have completed this class they should be well versed in the idea and properties of how to solve inequalities.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Box Plots

Box plots are a convenient way of visually displaying data. A box plot is split into 4 quartiles, and key information such as the average (median), smallest and largest values of a data set and percentiles can be spotted immediately. Additionally, Box plots can provide information about the spread of data and hence show how consistent a data set is, thus making it a useful statistical tool for comparing data sets. Box plots can be created from a list of numbers by ordering the numbers and finding the median and lower and upper quartiles.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving Linear Equations (High Difficulty)

This is an extension of session on solving linear equations. In this session we will look at solving difficult linear equations. Students will first understand how to solve linear equations involving unknowns on both sides. They will then know how to solve linear equations involving brackets. And finally, they will understand how to solve linear equations involving fractions.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Best Buys (Unitary Measures)

This is a fantastic class focusing on real life application of maths.  In the class students will not only learn the theory behind unitary measures but also how to use this knowledge to find the best buys when shopping, e.g. in a supermarket, making sure they get the best deal available.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Percentages Workshop

In this class your SkyMath tutor is going to teach you about one of the most essential mathematical topics that you will find in daily life - Percentages!  Firstly students are going to learn the theory and then most importantly in this topic there is the chance to solve plenty of different word problems surrounding percentages.  Word problems can be challenging, therefore correct comprehension of these in regards to percentages is important for students to excel in this topic.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Application of Trigonometry

In this class, students will learn the basics of Trigonometry and Trigonometric ratios.  We will cover the relationship between the trigonometric ratios as well as covering these ratios for some standard angles.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Interior Angles in Polygons

A polygon is a 2D shape with at least 3 sides. Polygons can be regular or irregular. If all angles and sides of a polygon are equal, the polygon is categorised as a regular polygon. Typical GCSE questions involve students being able to find missing angles in a variety of polygons. In this lesson students will learn how to find missing angles in any polygon by applying what they know about the sum of angles in a triangle and a quadrilateral.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Percentage Increase and Decrease Masterclass

This class will focus on how to find the simplest ways of the percentage difference for word problems.  We will go through some tips to work out percentage difference and then as usual we will go through some exercises to test the theory. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Transformation of Shapes Workshop Part 2

This class follows on from our previous Transformation Workshop, this time we will consider Rotation and Enlargement of different shapes. Students will learn how to do these operations effectively and in a timely manner so as not to waste precious time in examinations. All new theory learnt will be put to the test through practise questions perfect as a revision tool to allow you to work at your utmost best capability. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Vectors

In this class, host Daria will walk students through the topic of 'Vectors', starting with the basic aspect of vectors, then moving onto how to add and subtract vectors, how to find the vector's length, before putting all of the new information into practice! 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: 4 types of Algebraic Notation - Expression, Equation, Formula, Identity

In this session students will be introduced to the concepts of Expressions, Equations, Formulae and Identities. We are going to spend this lesson to understand the difference between each of them by using different examples. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Completing the 'Square'

The elementary method of solving quadratic equations is through factorisation. However, some quadratic equations cannot be solved using this method. This lesson introduces students to a more advanced method of solving quadratic equations, through ‘completing the square’. Completing the square is a grade 7-9 skill, therefore this lesson will be of great use for students aiming to achieve marks on the latter parts of the GCSE paper. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Elimination Method - Solving Systems of Linear Equations

This class focuses on teaching students a very useful elimination method when trying to solve linear equations. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Terminating and Recurring Decimals

In this session, students will understand the circumstances under which you get terminating decimals and recurring decimals. Also, they will learn to convert terminating decimals and recurring decimals into fractions. Decimals is an important topic to understand in Maths before students are able to move onto more challenging areas, therefore it is essential to fully comprehend the theory and practices of decimals early on. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Constructing a Formula

In this session students will learn how to construct formulae from worded statements. They will also understand how to construct formulae involving one or more variables. Finally, they will also learn about constructing formulae which involve a fixed and a variable component.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Solving Inequalities using Graphs

In today's session students will be introduced to the concept of graphically. They will first be introduced to different graphical notations and what each on them means. They will then understand how to use these notations to solve linear and quadratic inequalities graphically. Finally, they will also understand how to solve system of inequalities graphically.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Changing the Subject of a Formula (Advanced)

In this session students will be exposed to difficult formulae/equations including the ones with fractions, roots and the ones having the potential subject on both sides of the equation. Students will understand how to solve questions on changing the subject of such difficult formulae.  This class will give students the tools to perform this calculation for the most difficult of questions that come up in GCSE.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Functions

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of functions. They will learn what functions are and also learn how to find the value of any function for different inputs. Finally we are going to discover how to find inverse of any function.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Direct Proportion

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of proportion. They will then understand when are two quantities in direct proportion. Finally, they will understand how to find the missing values if two quantities are in direct proportion and how to use this aspect to solve applications of direct proportion in real-life. Students will gain the practical knowledge of Proportions after this class which is needed to answer any questions that come up to excel in the topic. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Currency Conversions

With the impact of globalisation, businesses and countries are more intertwined than ever before. British companies may use Chinese suppliers for their raw materials and Chinese manufactures may buy oil in dollars to run their factories. With the growth of trade and multiple currencies being exchanged between nations, calculating the exchange rate of currencies is a must in the modern global economy. Furthermore, with an increase in travel, individuals will also need to have a good understanding of exchange rates when going on holiday or purchasing foreign goods to get value for their money. In this lesson, you will learn how to make currency conversions which will be both beneficial in the real world and for those taking GCSE examinations.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Nth term of Quadratic Sequences

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of Quadratic Sequences. They will also understand what is the nth term of a Quadratic sequence and how to derive a rule for the nth term of a Quadratic sequence.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Application of Pythagoras' Theorem

In this class students will firstly learn how to use Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate unknown figures in right-angled triangles. They will then go on to learn how to apply this knowledge to real life situations, for example, calculating distances to travel.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Unit Conversions (Linear)

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of metric units of measurement. They will then be explained how to convert from one metric unit to another. Finally, the students will be told how to be careful while doing unit conversions on calculator and how to use calculator display to get the exact value. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Algebraic Fractions (Higher Level)

Algebraic fractions are a grade 7 and above topic which require students to simplify expressions that involve fractions. This topic appears regularly in the GCSE Higher Maths Exams and needs to be mastered for students seeking to go on to study A-levels. Simplifying algebraic fractions works in the same way as simplifying normal fractions. A common factor must be found and divided throughout.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Distance, Speed and Time Workshop

In this class your SkyMath tutor will consider the most popular word problems about distance, speed and time. Students will learn the simplest way of solving such word problems.  Once we have studied the theory you will get a chance to put your knowledge to practise and work through some practical exercises.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: The Difference of Two Squares

In mathematics, the difference of two squares is a squared number subtracted from another squared number. Applying this to quadratic expressions, students will be able to factorise more difficult quadratics in the form of  (a2 - b2 ). This is very useful topic as it is often included in other areas such as simplifying algebraic expressions and rationalising surds. Students aiming for a grade 6 and above will very much benefit from this topic.   
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Iterative Methods

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of iteration using real life examples. Students will also know under which situations will students be able to apply iterative methods and understand how to find solutions to higher order equations using iterative methods and methods of trial and improvement. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Perimeter of 2D Shapes  

In this session, students will be introduced to the concept of perimeter of 2D shapes. They will also learn how to calculate perimeter of standard 2D shapes and how to calculate perimeter of compound shapes in different ways. Join your tutor Mr Salian to practise finding the perimeter of 2D shapes leaving you in good stead to move onto more complex challenges that students will face in further topics.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Feb
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Exploring Supernatural Themes in Shakespeare's Macbeth

In this class we will explore some of the supernatural themes and their importance in Shakespeare's Macbeth.  Students will focus on Macbeth throughout this class but will learn skills which can be applied to a range of Shakespeare's work - perfect for students studying another play. This will help students to understand the language used by Shakespeare in both his sonnets and plays.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Identify and Analyse word choices in any text

Analysis other people's writing is a fantastic way to improve your own writing.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Characterisation in Beowulf

How do writers allow readers to fully understand the characters they are creating through their writing?
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Descriptive Writing Higher (Funfair)

In this class, students will be given an overview of how to write descriptively for a specific descriptive writing assignment: ‘Describe a funfair.’ You will be shown how to use a range of descriptive techniques as well as how to adopt an effective structure to engage and entertain readers. This session will enable you to secure a GCSE grade 5 in English Language for your centre-assessed grades (CAG) focusing on an important skill in an area that your teacher will be looking at when making a final assessment.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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English: Spelling Rules for Suffixes

In today's Spelling class your tutor is going to go through some typical and more challenging plural and suffixes in the English language.  Spelling is a key competency needed to achieve success not only in English but in all subjects.  Kitan will give you an overview of how to spell common plurals and words with the 'shun' sounds, as well as going over some spelling rules. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Opinion Writing (Are Zoos Cruel?)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to write multi-clause sentences in opinion writing. The topic in this class is 'Zoos are cruel.' This is a class to really bring your Opinion writing up to par using conditional, relative and participle clauses. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Gothic Imagery in Great Expectations

In this class we will be looking at one of Charles Dickens’ best known works 'Great Expectations.'  We will explore some of the techniques that the Dickens uses to present a sense of place, time and mood in an extract in the novel. We will then spend some time to exploring how the author uses the Gothic to draw his character.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Breaking down Shakespeare Monologues

The works of Shakespeare are assessed across all English curriculum exams and will be valuable in any teacher assessment. But it can often be difficult to get a clear understanding of some of Shakespeare's writing.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 25 mins
  • £3
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English: Descriptive Writing (Escaping Medusa's Lair!)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to structure a piece descriptive writing. Students will imagine that they are a hero who is escaping Medusa’s lair. Practising descriptive writing is fantastic way to add depth to your writing.  Students will add learn how to add various adjectives and ambitious vocabulary to make their writing stand out.  
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Opinion Writing an Introduction

This class is perfect for students who want to improve their opinion writing skills.  Your tutor Kitan will help you to structure your opinion writing and work on the specific tools needed to make your writing stand out from the crowd.  Even if you have worked on Opinion Writing before this class is a fantastic refresher as well as a great introduction into Opinion Writing. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Holiday Postcards (EAL Focus)

A great way to improve understanding of basic English skills is by using a practical example.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English Language: Non-Fiction Writing (Topic: Homework)

Given that this task represents 25% of the final mark in the English Language GCSE, this is without doubt the easiest way to improve your result! All GCSE Language boards require students to complete a piece of non-fiction on a given topic in one of the papers.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Grammar for Complex Sentences

In this class, students will be given an overview of how to use a range of verb forms and types in order to express themselves with clarity and maturity in both fiction and non-fiction writing. Join your English tutor to go through auxiliary verbs and modal auxiliaries to excel and become a 'Giant in Grammar.' 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Understanding Themes in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

In this class students will explore the play of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by the Bard, William Shakespeare.   We will delve into the depths of its most memorable comic characters, to understand why writers use comedy and to what effect.  We will go on a journey to understand Shakespeare’s language, and why and how he uses such full descriptive and sometimes unusual vocabulary, as well as looking at some of the major and minor themes throughout the play. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English Language: Non-Fiction Writing (Topic: Global Tourism)

Given that this task represents 25% of the final mark in the English Language GCSE, this is without doubt the easiest way to improve your result! All GCSE Language boards require students to complete a piece of non-fiction on a given topic in one of the papers.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Creating Atmosphere through Prose (Great Expectations)

In this class we are going to explore some of the techniques that the author uses to present a sense of place, time and mood from an extract in Charles Dickens’ gothic and glorious novel, ‘Great Expectations.' We will then spend some time analysing the techniques the author uses to create a sense of atmosphere.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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SEN/EAL: Learning How to Write Instructions

This class follows the belief that it is never too early or too late to implement a personal learning plan to make changes to learning habits.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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English Language: Non Fiction Writing (Topic: Veganism)

Given that this task represents 25% of the final mark in the English Language GCSE, this is without doubt the easiest way to improve your result! All GCSE Language boards require students to complete a piece of non-fiction on a given topic in one of the papers.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Punctuation in Complex Sentences

In this class, students will be given an overview of how to use colons, semi-colons, speech marks and dashes in order to add interest to fiction and non-fiction writing.  Join your English tutor in this class to become punctuation perfect!
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: How to use Figurative Language

Understanding what makes a good piece of creative writing helps guide you in creating better work yourself.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: 'Romeo and Juliet' - Language Analysis in Shakespeare

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse a short extract from Act 2 scene 2 of William Shakespeare's ‘Romeo and Juliet’. You will be shown how to consider genre, purpose and audience.  We will go through the best methods of how to comment on the effects of language features and how to embed and explain quotations.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Descriptive Writing (Playground Scene)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to structure descriptive writing, imagining that they are in a playground.  You will be shown how to use a range of descriptive techniques as well as how to implement an effective structure to interest readers. Join your English tutor to brush up on your skills and develop your descriptive writing to be as creative and comprehensive as possible.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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English: Opinion Writing (Prison Topic)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to write a speech for a specific opinion writing assignment: ‘Prisons do more harm than good.’ They will be shown how to use a range of persuasive techniques as well as how to structure a convincing and engaging argument.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Imagery and Language in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Authors use many different techniques to create imagery in their writing.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 25 mins
  • £4
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English: Deconstruct and Analyse any Poem

In this class Rosie will talk you through how to examine how a poem’s form, structure, language and context can shape its meaning. This framework for analysis can help you approach any unseen poem and examine it through a more critical lens which will give students the tools and confidence to tackle poetry in lessons and exams. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: 'Macbeth' - Language Analysis of Tragic Hero & Kingship in Shakespeare

In this class students will get an overview of how to analyse a short extract from Act 4 scene 3 of William Shakespeare's ‘Macbeth.'  You will be shown how to consider genre, audience and purpose, how to comment on the effects of language features and how to embed and explain quotations. This session will help you to secure a GCSE grade 5 in English Language for your centre-assessed grades (CAG), focusing on skills that your teacher will be looking at when making a final assessment.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Adobe's Non-Fiction Writing Masterclass (Topic: Secret Smoking)

Given that this task represents 25% of the final mark in the English Language GCSE, this is without doubt the easiest way to improve your result! All GCSE Language boards require students to complete a piece of non-fiction on a given topic in one of the papers.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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Introduction to Poetry

A firm understanding of Poetry will help all students no matter what stage they are in their English studies. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 30 mins
  • £3
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English: Descriptive Writing (Crime Scene)

In this class, students will get an overview of how to write descriptively for a specific descriptive writing assignment: ‘Describe a crime scene.’
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Descriptive Writing (Victorian London)

In this class, students will be given an overview of how to write descriptively for a specific descriptive writing assignment: ‘Describe a street in Victorian London.’ They will be shown how to use a range of descriptive techniques as well as how to adopt an effective structure to engage and entertain readers.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Narrative Writing: Mastering Grade 4 - Class 1

In this series of 4 Narrative Writing classes your tutor Kitan Cox will start from a notional Grade 4 level and work all the way up to a notional Grade 9 level. You can pick and choose the Grade classes to best suit your ability, although we recommend starting from Class 1 (Grade 4 Level) to build a strong foundation and work your way up to whichever class best pushes your story writing capability and further develops your ability to reach those all important grades.   
  • Stream until Tue 8th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Narrative Writing: Mastering Grade 5 - Class 2

In this series of 4 Narrative Writing classes your tutor Kitan Cox will start from a notional Grade 4 level and work all the way up to a notional Grade 9 level. You can pick and choose the Grade classes to best suit your ability, although we recommend starting from Class 1 (Grade 4 Level) to build a strong foundation and work your way up to whichever class best pushes your story writing capability and further develops your ability to reach those all important grades.   

  • Stream until Wed 9th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Narrative Writing: Mastering Grade 7 - Class 3

In this series of 4 Narrative Writing classes your tutor Kitan Cox will start from a notional Grade 4 level and work all the way up to a notional Grade 9 level. You can pick and choose the Grade classes to best suit your ability, although we recommend starting from Class 1 (Grade 4 Level) to build a strong foundation and work your way up to whichever class best pushes your story writing capability and further develops your ability to reach those all important grades.   

  • Stream until Thu 10th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English Narrative Writing: Mastering Grade 9 - Class 4

In this series of 4 Narrative Writing classes your tutor Kitan Cox will start from a notional Grade 4 level and work all the way up to a notional Grade 9 level. You can pick and choose the Grade classes to best suit your ability, although we recommend starting from Class 1 (Grade 4 Level) to build a strong foundation and work your way up to whichever class best pushes your story writing capability and further develops your ability to reach those all important grades.   

  • Stream until Fri 11th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Earth and Space

When we look up at night, we see points of light in the night sky. We know there are planets, moons and stars in space, but we also know lots about their arrangement and the structure of planetary systems like our solar system. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Science: Density (Physics)

In this class we will look at what density is and how it is calculated using a simple formula. We will look at the application of density to situations in the real world, such as ships and aeroplanes. We will finally go through calculations of density problems.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: The Digestive System

In this class we will look at the digestive system and how food is passed along the digestive system, where it is digested mechanically and chemically.  We will also investigate the enzymes that break down different substances, which are then absorbed into the body.  
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Into the Solar System

In this class we will be talking about what objects make up our Solar System and the main components, such as the Sun, planets, moon and other celestial bodies.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Science: Cells to Systems

How do we decide whether an object is a living organism or not? What are the criteria?
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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Science: Energy Stores and Transfers

In this class, students will look at different types of energy stores and how one type of energy is transferred into another. We will discuss how the energy transfer diagrams can be used to represent the transfers.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Science: Sound

What is sound? How can sound travel, and what does it need to do that? Why do animals use sound, and what for? What other uses for sound are there, other than hearing your friends speak or listening to music?
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Science: Acids and alkalis

How do we decide whether a substance is an acid, alkali or natural? What are the properties of theses substances, and how are they used?
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Science: Chemical Equations

In this class we are going to look at how to correctly write chemical equations for commonly seen phenomena such as combustion, corrosion and neutralisation.  We are going to learn how to write the state symbols and introduce the concept of balancing equations.  This is also excellent preparation for GCSE, where the comprehension of balancing equations is vital.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Pressure (Physics)

In this class we will look at Pressure - what it is and how it works in terms of particles. We will discuss how pressure affects our everyday lives, using a wide range of examples from the weather to why camels have big feet!  We will then solve problems involving pressure calculations. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: The Respiratory System

In this class we will look at the respiratory system and how oxygen is taken in and used by our body. We will look at the structure of the lungs and how the blood carries the oxygen around the body.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Mixtures & Separation Techniques

Why is it that there is not enough drinking water in the world, when there are so many oceans?
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Science:The Circulatory System

In this class we will look at the circulatory system and the organs and tissues associated with it. We will discuss the passage of blood through the heart and how each blood vessel is adapted to its function.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Human Body Systems

In this class we will look at the systems that are present in the human body, such as the nervous system, the digestive system and the circulatory system. We will then discuss how these systems interact with one another to allow the body to function. This class can act as Biology revision if the subject has already been studied in school or can be used to replace any missed classes. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Science: Atoms, Elements and the Periodic Table

In this class we will look at the structure of an atom and the meaning of “element”, “atomic mass” and “atomic number”.  We will then discuss how the periodic table is structured and the uses of some of the elements. This is a useful class for students to revise the topic but also in place of any missed lessons on the subject. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Science: Force Diagrams (Physics)

In this class we will look at the different types of forces and how we can represent forces on the object with a free body diagram.  We will then calculate the resultant force on the object and the acceleration as a result.  
  • Stream until Fri 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Biology: Kingdoms of Life

In this class we will be looking at how living organisms are divided into 5 kingdoms based on their characteristics.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Biology: Evolution

In this class we will look at how life on Earth began, from the first cells to the complex life of the modern world. We will investigate how animals change over time and the fossil evidence of such changes.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Biology: Genetics

What makes us different? Every living organism is made up of cells, from single celled bacteria to complex organisms like animal and plants.  
  • Stream until Fri 15th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Chemistry: Atomic Structure

In this class we will look at the structure of the atom and its subatomic particles. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Chemistry: Ionic Bonding

In this class, we will be looking at how metallic elements form ionic bonds by the transfer of electrons and how we name the new ionic compounds. We will then look at the explanation of ionic compound lattice structures. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Chemistry: Evolution of the Earth's Atmosphere

In this class we will discuss the formation of the Earth and it’s early atmosphere. We will then go onto describe how the composition of the atmosphere has changed under the influence of life. Join Laura for this fantastic Chemistry class to really understand our atmosphere and how plants and animals actually make a change to the Earth's atmosphere. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Chemistry: Atomic Structure of Elements

The modern periodic table is one of the most important pieces of work in chemistry, and can be found in every science classroom. It lists all the known elements, but what makes each element unique?
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Chemistry : Groups in the Periodic Table

The Periodic Table is a common topic throughout Science curriculums so a solid understanding of the subject can help students in future classes.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Chemistry: States of Matter & Separation

All matter is made of particles. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Chemistry: Covalent Bonding

In this class we will look at how non-metallic elements share pairs of electrons to form covalent bonds. 
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Chemistry: The Periodic Table

The Periodic Table is a common topic throughout Science curriculums so a solid understanding of the subject is vital for students' future in Chemistry.  In this class we will look at how the periodic table is arranged in terms of their atomic number and electron shell structures. We will then arrange the electrons of the first 20 elements into the correct configurations.
  • Stream until Sun 1st May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Magnets & Magnetic Fields

Magnets can exert forces on objects at a distance, due to the magnetic field that is present around them. But what affects this magnetic field? Why are some materials affected by magnets, yet some are not? How can we prove there is an invisible force field around a magnet? Why do we say Earth has a magnetic field, and where does it come from?
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £5.20
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Physics: The Electromagnetic spectrum

The electromagnetic spectrum encompasses all wavelengths of light, in clouding visible light.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Non Renewable Energy Fossil Fuels

In this class we will discuss the different types of fossil fuels, including coal, oil and gas. We will also look at how each fossil fuel forms. Finally, we will address the benefits and drawbacks of fossil fuels.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Star Life Cycles

In this class we will describe how stars form from nebulae, their lives on the main sequence and their eventual deaths. We will see why one star will fizzle out over billions of years, whilst another will explode in a supernova, forming a black hole.  This is a great class for revision on the subject but also for students who want to learn more about stars and space!
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Physics: Renewable Energy

In this class, students will discuss the different types of renewable energy, including wind power, solar, hydroelectric, tidal and biomass and how they generate electricity. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Non Renewable Energy Nuclear Power

In this class we will look at how nuclear power can be used as an efficient energy source. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Forces, Energy & Work

Every time we apply a force to move an object, or we experience a force on ourselves, energy is transferred, and work is done.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Physics: Waves

Waves in physics are important as an energy transfer mechanism.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Physics: Taking a look at The Electromagnetic Spectrum

In this class we will look at non–ionising radiation. Students will look at all the parts of the electromagnetic spectrum – from gamma radiation to radio waves and everything in between!  Finally, we will discuss the uses and dangers of non- ionising radiation.
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Ionising Radiation

In this class students will look at the three types of ionising radiation; alpha, beta and gamma radiation. 
  • Stream until Sun 15th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: House & Home Vocabulary Focus

In this class Ms Bennell will teach the topic of House and Home. This class can be used as revision of the topic or to cover lessons which may have been missed at school.  You will begin the class with a vocabulary knowledge scale and then show a powerpoint on house and home vocabulary. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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French : Verb Focus on Avoir & être plus Personal Details Vocabulary

Today's class will start with going through a set of personal detail questions in French such as name, age etc, to include opinions and 3 time frames.You will then revise the ever important verbs avoir and être, these are 2 of the main and most important verbs in the French language to get right hence revision of these is always a key part of learning French.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French: Vocabulary Focus - Personal Details

In today's class students will cover a lot of vocabulary, mainly on personal details and family. This class can be used as revision of the topic or to cover lessons which may have been missed at school.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Speaking Focus - Higher Education Topic

Today's class focuses on your pronunciation and speaking of French. Firstly students will cover the main vocabulary found in the topic of Education, then you will look at some reading texts.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Verb Focus - Avoir and Etre plus Vocabulary

Today we will cover avoir and être, which are two of the most important verbs in the French language!   They can be used alone or as auxiliary verbs.  You will learn more vocabulary and we will begin to use connectives in your work. At the end of the class you will be working towards you being able to write your own full sentences. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Adjectives and Describing your Personality

In this French class you will learn many of the different adjectives you can use to describe your personality. We will work together, practising known vocabulary and using connectives to build up sentences by yourself 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Perfect Tense

In today's class students will revise two very important French verbs for 'to have'.  These are  'avoir' and to be 'être'.  You should be familiar with these verbs already.  If not Ms Bennell will go through an introduction to the verbs, followed by then showing students exactly how to apply these verbs in the perfect tense.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Hobbies Topic

Today's class will cover Sports and Hobbies working through the topic step by step. You will expand your vocabulary and learn how to use the correct connectives to form well rounded sentences which students should be able to do by the end of the session. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Grammar - The Subjunctive

In this class we are going to cover the subjunctive with set phrases - for example il faut.  You will also learn how to look out for the subjunctive in both written and spoken word.  This in an important topic for higher level French students who want to learn how to set the verb form or mood to discuss what they would/should/could like/not like to occur.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Vocabulary Workshop

In this class Ms Bennell will cover vocabulary which generally comes up in KS3 or equivalent. This will include numbers, pets, family, months, days of the week. This is a fantastic class for younger students to take to ramp up their vocabulary and practise their pronunciation with a teacher. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: It's Christmas! (Basic/Intermediate)

Join the fun with this Christmas Class, Carol will cover all things Christmas with you.  There will be fun activities including puzzles and a wordsearch. As well as learning a bit more about the traditions they have in France at Christmas time.  Joyeux Noël!
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French Exam Preparation: High Level Structures in Writing

In this class your tutor will help you to work on your French Writing skills.  Miss Bennell will cover the higher level structures which are most useful in the French GCSE Writing Exam.  These higher level structures do wonders for your writing and will help to push your writing up to the next level.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Healthy and Unhealthy Living

In this French class students will learn about healthy and unhealthy living and cover the main vocabulary within this topic. Students will practice reading texts on top of learning the key vocabulary giving them more confidence in approaching French texts and taking them one step further to a solid understanding of the language!
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Future Tense Workshop

In this French Workshop your tutor will cover the Future tense (le futur simple). This grammar focused class focuses on le futur simple which allows the student to make projections to what he/she may want to do or be in the future.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Physical Appearance Workshop

This class will cover the main vocabulary needed to describe their own and others' physical appearance. Ms Bennell will work with students step by step to include other vocabulary and connectives towards students being able to write their own sentences.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Customs and Festivals Topic

This class will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of Customs and Festivals. You will learn the correct pronunciation and the correct ways to use construct sentences using connectives.  We are then going to cover some key common vocabulary that comes up when you look at reading texts.  This will all help to complete an exercise at the end of the lesson.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Vocabulary Focus- Studies and School

In this vocabulary based class you will cover the main vocabulary found in the topic of Studies and School. Your tutor will cover all the key vocabulary, running through pronunciation, and you will also have a chance to look at some reading texts. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Vocabulary Masterclass inc. Sports, Animals and Colours

This Masterclass will cover a wide range of French Vocabulary. This will include sports, animals, colours and more. This class can be used as revision of the topic or to cover lessons which may have been missed at school and provides practical revision of vocab to give students confidence to use the new terms across their French studies. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Jobs at Home

In this class students will get an overview of the vocabulary needed to talk about house chores. We will practise key vocabulary and teach students to use and understand a range of verbs in different tenses and different time frames. We will also include opinions and justifications to enable pupils to develop their speaking and writing skills.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Vocabulary Focus - Travel and Tourism

In this class students will learn the main vocabulary related to the topic of Travel and Tourism.  Once you have brainstormed the vocabulary you will get a chance to look at some reading texts. Comprehension of reading texts are essential, especially for exams where they are commonly found. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: Subjects, Likes and Dislikes

In this French class Ms Bennell will take teach students how to describe their school subjects, as well as expressing their likes and dislikes. There will be a strong focus on using the correct connectives which would allow students to confidently write their own sentences. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Charity & Voluntary Work Verb Focus

In this class Ms Bennell will cover the main vocabulary found in the topic of charity and voluntary work that students should be familiar with. She will cover key verbs and how to talk about voluntary work and working abroad.  Students will then look at a reading text and answer some comprehension questions on the text.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: It's Christmas! (Intermediate/Higher)

Join the fun with this Christmas Class, Ms Bennell will cover all things Christmas with you.  You will go over some typical Christmas vocabulary and link it with opinions.  There will also be fun activities including puzzles and a wordsearch. Joyeux Noël!
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French: Vocabulary Focus - Technology

In this class Ms Bennell will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of Technology. You will then get a chance to look at some reading texts, which is an essential part of learning.  Reading texts are prevalent in most exams and give students the opportunity to showcase their comprehension of French, therefore it is vital to revise working with reading texts.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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French: TV and Film Topic

In this class your French tutor will go over the topic of TV and Film.  You will work with your tutor step by step to include other vocabulary and use connectives with the intention at the end of the session to be able to  write your own full sentences on the topic.  There will be exercises for you try and push yourself to reach higher goals for yourself in French.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Writing Task about the House & Home

In today's class we are going to find out what students can remember on the topic of House and Home. Your tutor will talk you through a writing task, making sure they understand what they need to include and how to structure it. Finally students will complete the task, strengthening and developing their French written skills. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Grammar and sentence structure (Avoir and Etre)

In this class Ms Bennell will recap the French verbs to have 'avoir' and to be 'être'.  She will then cover connectives, adjectives and opinions which are needed for students to construct full sentences using these verbs.  There will be an additional focus on how to improve the quality and accuracy of your writing.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Adjectives Workshop

In this workshop we are going to be going through an incredible amount of adjectives.  Adjectives are the perfect tool in language to really make your written and spoken work excel.  Deepen your knowledge on sentence structure and where and how to add correct adjectives into sentences.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French GCSE Preparation: Honing your Writing Skills

Today's session will look at writing skills with GCSE preparation in mind. This session is useful for all topic areas in French, as grammar, tense and vocabulary are all transferable from topic to topic.  Ms Bennell will include general advice on how to push yourself to the top of your ability and she will give students a comprehensive view of what your written content should entail.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French GCSE Preparation: Questions to Practice Your Writing Skills

In today's class we will look at improving your writing skills with GCSE preparation in mind. Ms Bennell will go through a GCSE examination question on the topic of Hobbies.  This question is an overlap question which means it can be found on both both Higher and Foundation level examinations.  Practising these types of questions are the perfect revision tool for students to go through by themselves and especially with a teacher.  With a seasoned French tutor by your side you will be able to strengthen your answers and reach the very top of your French writing ability.  
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Covering the Perfect Tense (Session 3)

This French class is Ms Bennell's third session on the perfect tense and will look at working with you to complete more exercises and putting into practice what you already understand about the perfect tense.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Grammar - The Pluperfect Tense

In this class Ms Bennell will introduce and go through use of the pluperfect tense (past perfect in English). This will be a useful exercise to master now, to help display a variety of different tenses during writing exams- especially for those in the higher tier. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Covering the Perfect Tense (avoir and être)

In this French Language session your tutor will revise the 'perfect tense'. These are avoir and être. These are two very important verbs in French to perfect as they can be used alone as main verbs or used as auxiliary verbs to form the French compound tenses.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French: Family and Friends

In this French class we are going to cover the topic of Family and Friends.  Your tutor will work with you step by step on a worksheet throughout the class. The class also includes other vocabulary and the use of connectives, so you will be able to work towards writing your own sentences.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French: Vocabulary and Comprehension - Global Issues

In this French class we will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of Global issues.  Students will get the opportunity to look at a reading text and answer some comprehension questions.  This is a typical exercise and is essential to revise and recap, as reading texts are very commonly found in examinations. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French: Hobbies!

In this class, Ms Bennell will go through as many different types of hobbies as possible so you can impress with your writing and speaking. Help your conversation skills go to the next level with all the new vocabulary covered in this class. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Practising the Conditional Tense

In this French Class Ms Bennell will cover the conditional tense and will give students a chance to practise using the tense in written and verbal exercises.
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: The Imperfect Tense

In this French Class your tutor Carol will cover the imperfect tense.  You will be going through the topic of what you do in your free time and your social activities to practise this tense.  We will revise the grammar needed to conversate in the imperfect tense and revise some important vocabulary to improve these conversations. 
  • Stream until Wed 1st Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Speaking Exam Practice

Today you will go through all appropriate exam practice for students at a Key Stage 3 level or equivalent.  You will revise the different styles of speaking questions that come up and work on your accent and pronunciation to excel in your German oral examinations.  
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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German: House & Home Writing Task

Today we are focusing on a writing task. Firstly your tutor will explain in depth to you the task and its requirements.  You will be taught what to include and the structure that your writing must take.  Your tutor will support you with the particular tools that you need for your writing to develop and become the absolute best it can be.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Vocabulary Masterclass

Join this Masterclass today for all things vocabulary!  Your tutor will focus on the most common vocabulary to allow students to grow their German knowledge to be used across all German lessons. This will include numbers, pets, family, months, days of the week.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Vocabulary Focus - House & Home

In this class Ms Bennell will go over all the vocabulary you will need to know in the topic of House and Home. The class will start with a vocabulary knowledge scale and students will be shown a powerpoint on house and home vocabulary. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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German: Vocabulary Focus - Healthy and Unhealthy Living

In this German class Ms Bennell will look at Healthy and Unhealthy living and she will cover the main vocabulary within this topic.  Students will practice reading texts on top of learning the key vocabulary giving them more confidence in approaching German texts.  Finally you will be able to take the next step in learning German by creating your own sentences.  
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Verb Focus - Charity & Voluntary Work

In this class you will cover the main vocabulary around the topic of charity and voluntary work. Secondly you will cover key verbs and how to talk about voluntary work and working abroad.  This knowledge will be cemented by going through some reading texts.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Customs and Festivals

In this class Ms Bennell will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of customs and festivals. She will cover key vocabulary and look at some reading texts.The topics covered in this class will be really useful across all future German learning and revision giving students practice and confidence in the language.
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Vocabulary Focus - Sports, Animals and Colours

Ms Bennell will cover vocabulary which generally comes up in the topic of Animals, Colours and Sports.  This is a fantastic class to join if you are looking to improve your pronunciation and conversational skills in German. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Vocabulary Focus - Personal Details

In today's class we will be going through a great deal of vocabulary.  With the aim of refreshing students memory and understanding of German, your tutor will cover a lot of personal details, family vocabulary that you should already be familiar with. Finally students will be asked to brainstorm what they can remember. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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German: Exam Practice (Foundation Writing Paper)

In this class Ms Bennell will cover exam practice.  You will go through the most useful elements needed for the Foundation Tier German writing exam.  Entailed in the class will be the 'must haves' that examiners are looking for and all the relevant requirements that are needed to excel in the Foundation Tier paper. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Grammar and Sentence Structure (haben and sein)

In this class Miss Bennell will recap haben and sein and then cover connectives, adjectives and opinions.  Students will learn how to form sentences and structures, focusing on making your writing high quality and accurate. 
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Verb Focus - Haben & Sein

In this class we will firstly go over common personal detail questions in German such as name and age. Students will be taught how to give their answers with opinions in 3 time frames.  You will then go over 'haben' and 'sein' as revision as these are extremely important verbs in German. The topics covered in this class are essential across all future German learning and revision.  
  • Stream until Wed 15th Jun
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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Spanish: Nationalities - Soy inglés

Do you know how to say what Nationality you are? In this lesson students will learn how to speak about different nationalities in singular and plural. They will also learn irregular nationalities (e.g. Grecia – griego). Grammar point: Use of ‘era’ when talking about nationalities and extending to short biographies of famous people. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Seasonal Vocabulary - All things Autumn

In this class of our Spanish Seasons series we are focusing on Autumn. First of all we are going to go through all the vocabulary you may need to discuss all things autumn. We are going to learn set phrases related to activities we do during cold days such as ‘go for a walk’ or ‘wear raincoats’.  We will then use the present tense to describe what we are going to do next summer adding frequency adverbs to our sentences.  Finally, we will read a paragraph in Spanish and begin a GCSE challenge!  Even though you may think GCSE exams are a long way away right now, this is a fantastic opportunity to develop and hone some of the complex skills that are vital for future examination preparation. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Life at School

Can you describe a typical day at school?  In this lesson we are going to start by revising all the vocabulary we know surrounding school and school subjects.  Then we will focus on learning the vocabulary for the activities we do at school such as ‘to study’, ‘to revise’, ‘to do sport’ or ‘to go on a break’.  We will combine these with places at school and we will translate sentences into Spanish using what we have learned. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus - Describing People's Routines

In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary regarding daily routine.  We will first quickly revise how we describe our daily routine in the present tense.  We will then look at the grammar needed to describe someone else’s routine in present.  After translating a list of sentences into Spanish and doing a reading exercise, we are going to complete a GCSE challenge to get students used to the style of questions that appear in examinations.  Although the examinations may be a way off for many students, revising past questions is essential to excelling in Spanish! 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Simple Past with -ir verbs

We are going to spend some time today conjugating -ir verbs. In this lesson, we will revise the vocabulary for daily routine and practise the pronunciation.  We will then learn how to conjugate regular verbs in simple past.  We will translate five sentences together into English and we will use verbs to complete a text in Juanito’s diary.  You will end the lesson learning how to translate these sentences and create your own ones by yourself! This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Conjugating 'necesitar' - I need

In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary related to the supermarket.  We will then learn how to ask someone when we need something in Spanish.  We will learn the conjugation for ‘necesitar’ (to need) in present tense.  As an extension we will listen to a native speaker asking for things in a supermarket. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Simple Past with -er verbs

We are going to spend some time today conjugating -er verbs. In this lesson we will start off by revising the vocabulary for your daily routine.  We will then learn how to conjugate regular verbs in simple past.  We will translate five sentences together into English and we will use verbs to complete a text in Juanito’s diary.  You will end the lesson learning how to translate these sentences and create your own ones by yourself! This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Transportation Topic- Viajo en tren

We are going to spend some time today focusing on adjectives to advance your Spanish written and speaking knowledge.  First of all we will learn different types of transportation in Spanish. We will compare them by saying which ones are faster or slower, bigger or smaller.  We will also learn to say the fastest/slowest.  The skills students learn in this class can be applied to a wide range of topics across their Spanish learning. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Places Topic- Mi pueblo

We are going to spend some time today going through 'mi pueblo' talking about your own town or village.  We begin the lesson by learning the different places we find in our cities or small towns, such as your local school, park, hospital, etc.  We will learn preposition of place and will use them to describe where places are located in reference to other places. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Adjectives Focus - Mi instituto

We are going to spend some time today focusing on adjectives to describe your very own school In this class we will learn the words given to the different rooms in a school. We will learn how to say ‘there is’/’there are’ and we will use adjectives to describe our school (‘new’, ‘old’, ‘big’, ‘small’). This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Vocab and Past Tense Focus - Holidays!

Have you always wanted to holiday in Spain? How about talking about your holidays in Spanish.  In this lesson we will revise and learn some new vocabulary about holidays.  We will use this vocabulary to describe how we travelled, where we stayed, what we ate and how our whole holiday was.  We will listen to a native speaker describing their holidays and we will answer questions about it. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Comprehension Focus - Me gustaria (I would like to be...)

We are going to spend some time today advancing your comprehension of Spanish.  In this lesson, we will revise vocabulary on occupations and learn how to say what you would like to be in the future.  You will build sentences in Spanish using the structure ‘me gustaria’.  After that you are going to justify your sentences by using ‘porque’ and we will use adjectives such as ‘interesante’, ‘divertido’ or ‘gratificante’. This will give you a full rounded answer for when you are asked the infamous question; What do you want to be? This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Indefinite Article Focus - Llevo puesto

We are going to spend some time today studying the indefinite article in relation to clothing.  The session begins by recapping the vocabulary of various items of clothing. Students will learn which are masculine and which are feminine as well as the correct indefinite article (a/an) to be used. We will also learn time frequency words and we will use them to say how often we were different types of clothing.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Food Topic -En El Mercado

Today's class will focus on the different types of food we can find in a market. We will test ourselves on which ones are masculine and which ones are feminine.  Lastly we are going to discuss how to describe your favourite and least favourite foods. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Adjective Focus -Soy alto

We are going to take a deep dive into all the ways we can describe our appearance.  Firstly students will recap and learn more ways describe themselves in Spanish. We are going to focus on a variety of adjectives such as ‘tall’, ‘short’, ‘slim’ to describe our physical appearance.  Students will also use a variety of personality adjectives to describe themselves and we will include an advanced grammatical structure to describe what we would like to be. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Animals and Pets- Tengo una mascota

We are going to focus on all the ways to describe our pets! In this lesson we will learn different animals in Spanish, we will learn how to describe them by using adjectives such as colours and adjectives for size. We will also learn how to say what the name of our pet is in Spanish. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus - Mi familia

This class focuses on all the vocabulary that students need to know on the topic of family.  The lesson begins by learning important vocabulary about the family and by the end of the lesson they will be able to give information about their relatives by using the phrases ‘se llama’, ‘se llaman’, ‘tiene’ (used for age) and a selection of adjectives. As an extension, pupils will hear the tutor reading short paragraphs in Spanish whilst they’re filling in the gaps. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Tenses Focus - Reciclemos (Environment Topic)

We are going to spend some time today advancing your comprehension of the tenses.  In this lesson you are going to hear and learn vocabulary on the environment, you will work on pronunciation and comprehension.  Your tutor Felix will give you an exercise to do together where you build sentences in Spanish relating to the Environment. The next challenge will be to use them to conversate in the past tense and future tense.  You will ramp up your conversational skills by adding phrases such as ‘last year’, ‘yesterday’, ‘next year.' This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Present Tense 'It is' and 'It is found' - Mi habitacion

In this lesson we will learn the vocabulary of objects we can find in our room, i.e. bed, table, posters.  We will then use prepositions of place to say where things are in reference to other things.   We will use 'esta' and 'se encuentra' and will see what makes them different.  This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Adjectives using the suffix -isimo

We are going to cover all you need to know when you need to emphasize an idea in Spanish using -isimo.  First of all we will revise a list of adjectives ending in    -ado.  We will then complete an exercise where students will translate a list of sentences that include these adjectives.  Our grammar section of today's lesson will explain how Spanish speakers use the suffix ‘-ísimo’ when emphasizing the idea carried by an adjective.  We will hear native speakers using this suffix and we will answer questions regarding the recordings.  This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Gender in Subjects - Las asignaturas

For a deep dive session in grammatical gender this is the session for you.  In this lesson students will learn vocabulary about the different subjects learned at school. They will be introduced to the concept of masculine and feminine subjects as well as singular and plural. Pupils will learn how to express their opinions on different subjects and as an extension they will provide a reason for their opinions.  Learning the grammatical gender in Spanish is key to excel in the language, hence by the end of this class students should well versed in the masculine/feminine in school subjects. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: To Be - Verb Focus

Some verbs are essential for success in Spanish, 'to be' is one of them. In this class students will explore the verb ‘to be’ and the two meanings it has in Spanish. We will use the acronym DOCTOR PLACE to identify the differences and we will translate different sentences into Spanish by using this useful tool. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Art Topic- Describe tu pintura

For a comprehension task as well as learning various art terms in Spanish look no further.  In this class, we will learn the names of different shapes and colours in Spanish. We will use these to describe abstract paintings, some of them by famous Spanish artist Joan Miró. We will read a short biography and will answer questions about his life.  This class will allow students to expand their vocabulary as well as important practice listening and reading; building knowledge and confidence in the language. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Conjugating -ar verbs (Compre Ropa)

For everything you need to know when conjugating -ar verbs look no further. In this lesson we will learn the rules to conjugate, in past tense, regular verbs ending in -ar. We will describe what we did when we went to the shops and we will translate sentences. The challenge for the lesson is to include the past tense of the first person singular – we. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: El Internet

Technology moves at an incredible pace, students need to keep up with the advances in language surrounding the internet and more.  In this class, we will explore vocabulary and phrases around using the internet. Students will complete some challenging questions cementing their understanding of all the theory learnt in this lesson. This class covers key vocabulary which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: What time is it? - Que hora es?

This session is focused on telling the time. First of all students will revise the numbers needed to tell the time in Spanish.  Then they are going to learn how to say ‘half past’, ‘quarter past’ and ‘quarter to’.  Students will also learn an interesting difference in the way how people in South America give the time as opposed to people in Spain.  Finally students will complete a GCSE challenge to get them used to the style of questions that appear in examinations.  Although the examinations may be a way off for many students, revising past questions is essential to excelling in Spanish! 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Where I live - Cómo es tu casa

A typical topic in Spanish at all levels is being able to discuss where you live.  In this lesson we will revise the vocabulary related to where we live, in a house or a flat, whether it is in the countryside or in the city, and the size of your dwelling. Students will be introduced to descriptive adjectives such as big, small, old and new. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Playing Sports -Juego al fútbol

For a verb focused Spanish class look no further.  In this class students will first revise common sports and popular hobbies. Through these, students will be introduced to the verbs ‘jugar’ and ‘hacer’ and will practice ‘I play’, ‘I do’, ‘he/she plays’ ‘he/she does’ and ‘we play’, ‘we do’.  At the end of the session there will be a GCSE challenge to get students used to the style of questions that appear in examinations.  Although the examinations may be a way off for many students, revising past questions is essential to excelling in Spanish! 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Numbers and Ages - Mi edad

This session gives students the opportunity to focus on numbers and the different scenarios in which we use numbers. In this lesson students will learn how to say how old they are, when their birthday is and ask other people about their birthdate. As extension for the lesson, pupils will be able to say how old other member of their family are including revision of numbers from eleven to one-hundred.  By the end of this session students will be well versed in Spanish numbers and their pronunciation. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Conjugating -ar verbs in the simple past tense

Conjugating verbs is a key factor in learning a language. In this lesson we will revise the vocabulary that you need to describe your daily routine.  We will then learn how to conjugate regular verbs in the simple past tense.  We will go through an exercise together to translate five sentences into English and we will use verbs to complete a text in Juanito’s diary. This is a great class to put together some of the topics you have been working on to be able to draw from those classes and complete a full exercise. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocabulary 'going to'

In this vocabulary based session, Mr Castrillon your tutor will go through the vocabulary for places that you may visit.  You are going to learn how to use ‘going to’ in Spanish when making plans.  Once you have gone through the vocabulary section of the class you will begin to include connectives such as ‘then’, and ‘afterwards' so you can say full, descriptive sentences. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Holidays - Dónde pasas tus vacaciones?

Typical questions that come up in all levels relate to where you have been on holiday, or where you would love to go one day in the future. In this lesson we will revise places to go on holidays and we will give our opinions about different places. We will add reasons to those opinions and will answer questions regarding a short reading about holidays last year. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Present Perfect - We have

This class focuses on all students need to know about the verb 'haber' - we have. In this lesson we will revise a list of verbs ending in -ar.  We will then learned the past participle of each one of these verbs.  In the  grammar section of the class we will explain how to use ‘haber’ in present to form tenses such as ‘We have studied’ or ‘We have lived’.  We will also learn the rest of the conjugations for ‘haber’ in present tense. This class covers key grammar skills which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus - Describing 'Mi Casa'

To ramp up your vocabulary this class focuses on all things in the home. First of all students will learn how to describe their house, the names of the rooms in their house and will be able to use simple adjectives to describe size and colour. We will use the structure ‘Mi habitacion favorita’ to show which room is our favourite. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Present Tense - Ordering at a Restaurant

Have you ever wanted to order food at a restaurant in Spain in Spanish?  If so, then look no further.  In this lesson, we will learn how to order food in Spanish in the present tense.  We will use the expression ‘quiero’ and ‘me gustaria’.  You will be able to revise the vocabulary for different types of foods and drinks, and at the end of the class you will be able to order something in a restaurant! This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Verbs in infinitive form with 'Me gustaria'

What do you want to do 10 years from now? In this lesson, we will learn how to say the Spanish phrase for ‘I would like to…’ and we will add different occupations for what we would like to be in the future. Together, we will complete our sentences by adding reasons for our choices to help make more accomplished sentences. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Learning connectives 'pero' and more

Building full comprehensive sentences is a must to excel in Spanish. In this Spanish lesson, we will learn to construct sentences using the words ‘pero’, ‘sin embargo’, ‘no obstante’.  These are very important connective words to learn which will help you to construct full sentences in Spanish  We will also spend some time revising the vocabulary for food and drinks.  After this class students should be able to use connectives in any topic they have learnt prior to create full, well rounded sentences. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: My Daily Routine

This class focuses on reflexive verbs in the present. First of all we will learn how to describe our daily routine in Spanish with sentences such as 'me despierto,' 'me levanto,' 'me cepillo los dientes'.  We will add time to these sentences and we will include frequency to adverbs such as 'por lo general,' 'normalmente' and 'por lo regular'. This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Infinitive Verbs - Me gusta ver la tele

In this class we will be introducing infinitive verbs. We being the lesson learning how to say things we like doing, and we will learn the infinitive of different verbs that we do.  We will add reasons to our sentences and as a challenge we will use 'pero' and 'ni' to complete our sentences.  This class covers key skills in grammar which students will revisit time and time again throughout their Spanish studies, so they can continue building on the knowledge they have learnt in this lesson.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Volunteer Work

In this class, students will get an overview of the vocabulary needed to describe photos and talk about volunteering and different types of charity work. We will practise key vocabulary and teach students how to use modals and other verbs followed by an infinitive. We will also discuss strategies to develop advanced reading skills.
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Seasonal Vocabulary - All things Winter

In this Winter themed Season Spanish lesson, we are firstly going to revise vocabulary related to the winter season. We will learn set phrases related to activities we do during winter such as ‘skiing’, ‘ice skating’.  We will then use the past tense to describe what we did last winter.  Finally, we will listen to native speakers describing things they did in the winter. This allows the students to really get a feel for the language and to learn the correct pronunciation. Even though you may think GCSE exams are a long way away right now, this is a fantastic opportunity to develop and hone some of the complex skills that are vital for future examination preparation. 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Past Tense Focus - What I did Yesterday

Can you say what did you do yesterday in Spanish? In this lesson we will revise vocabulary regarding daily routine.  We will first quickly revise how we describe our daily routine in the present tense.  Then we will conjugate each sentence into past tense.  We will then attempt to translate a paragraph into English. We are then going to complete a GCSE challenge to get students used to the style of questions that appear in examinations.  Although the examinations may be a way off for many students, revising past questions is essential to excelling in Spanish! 
  • Stream until Fri 1st Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Utilising your MFL Classes (Modern Foreign Languages)

This class is all about how to enjoy language learning, and how and where to apply it. Rosie will talk you through some simple and practical steps for improving your language skills, and we will focus on some common language ‘traps’ that students often fall into as well as how to avoid them!
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Scottish Gaelic: Exchanging Names

An important lesson in any language - introducing yourself!
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Scottish Gaelic Basic Greetings

An early step in language learning is understanding how to greet someone.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Asking How Someone Is

Alongside describing yourself, it is important to learn how to ask questions of someone else when learning a new language. 
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Regular Past Tense

Hearing a tutor speak the language alongside examples of how to apply the theory students are learning is the key to language success.
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Irregular Past Tense

A clear understanding of the irregular past tense is important when learning any new language. 
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Scottish Gaelic: Numbers 1-20

Learning a language takes time, effort and most of all practise!
  • Stream until Fri 15th Jul
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Geography: Why do people migrate?

Some people leave beautiful hot countries with gorgeous sandy beaches to live in cold chilly places. Others move from the wonderful countryside to the busy noisy cities. Why do people make these decisions? 
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Montserrat Volcano (Case Study)

The unexpected Volcanic eruption in the beautiful Island of Montserrat has changed this Island forever!
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Countries at Contrasting Levels of Development

There are many factors to take into account when studying Development across the Globe. 
  • Stream until Mon 1st Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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An Introduction to Geology

Geology is the study of our Earth and the processes that happen within it and on it. In this introductory class we look at the 3 main rock types; Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic.  You will learn about each rocks typical characteristics, how to differentiate between them and how they are formed.  
  • Stream until Mon 15th Aug
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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History: Exam Preparation -The Weimar and Nazi Germany Paper

It is never too early to get ahead with exam and assessment preparation!
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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History: The Prague Spring

In 1968 the people of Czechoslovakia decided they did not want to be ruled by the Soviet Union so demanded reform and an easing of Soviet control. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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History: The Building of the Berlin Wall

The building of the Berlin Wall had enormous consequences across Germany and the wider world. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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History: Exam Techniques Workshop

Students often overlook the importance of learning HOW to show assessors and examiners you know your stuff - don't let exam technique hold you back.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: The Berlin Blockade and Airlift

A solid understanding of the Berlin Blockade will allow students to build their learning of other topics surrounding the end of WW2.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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History: The Hungarian Uprising

Following the death of Stalin in 1953 some of the East European countries felt that Khrushchev was not going to be such a ruthless leader. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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History: Early Elizabethan - Exam Practise and Questions

Whilst it is important to learn the content of exams and assessment it is also important to learn HOW to show examiners and teachers you know your stuff!
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Geography: What is a Tsunami?

We've all seen movies where everyone runs away from the big wave...everything gets destroyed and the hero survives and saves the day! But is this what happens in real life?
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Exam Preparation - Crime and Punishment

Whilst it is important to learn the content of exams and assessment it is also important to learn how to prepare for exams to set students up with the best chance of achieving their best in an assessment situation. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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History: Super Power Relations and Cold War - Exam Preparation

It is never too early to get ahead with exam and assessment preparation!
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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History: How the Allies dealt with Germany after WW2

With the end of Nazi Germany declared, the Allies decided on how to divide Germany.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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History: The Cuban Missile Crisis

Following the decision of the USSR to station nuclear weapons in the island of Cuba, this lesson looks at the significance of 13 days in 1962 which saw the two superpowers come very close to a nuclear war. The USA could not allow the USSR to put nuclear weapons on an island just 90 miles from its mainland. What followed almost brought the two countries the closest they had been to a nuclear war.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Henry VIII and his 6 wives

The History of Kind Henry VIII is a common topic across the History curriculum.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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History How Did the Cold War start?

The Cold War is one of the most talked about topics in modern history and one which comes up across many different curriculums and syllabuses.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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History: Battle of Hastings

The infamous Battle of Hastings is a popular topic across History classes.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Sep
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Sociology: Education Topic Exam Questions

It is never too early to start revising. This lesson will help students to start revising early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute. 
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Drama: How Performers use their Voice

The Voice is an important tool for performers.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

Drama: Character Study

In any text, play or story it is useful to truly understand the characters involved.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Drama: Actively watching & analysing performance

This class will help students engage with live performances in order to produce their own notes and analyse effectively.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Sociology: Education Past Paper

Taking a look at Past Papers is an incredibly valuable way to measure how ready you are for an exam or assessment. By using past examples you can get a sense of what assessors will be asking so you don't get any nasty surprises on the day.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Sociology: Families Exam Questions

Learning how to show assessors and examiners you know your stuff is a vital part of succeeding in school.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Media: Intro to Semiotics and Analysing a Media Text

Semiotics is the study of signs and symbols and how they create meaning. It forms the backbone of analysis for many media texts.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

Drama: Creating a Study Guide for a Text/Play

As well as learning a play or text itself, it is important students understand how best to take in this information.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Drama: Creating a Research Resource for Live Production

A research resource allows for an organised, efficient approach to developing a production.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Drama: Creating a Warm Up and Finding Focus

It is important in performing arts to dedicate the time to warm up ahead of a performance.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

Sociology: Past Paper Practise - Family Topic

Taking a look at Past Papers is an incredibly valuable way to measure how ready you are for an exam or assessment. By using past examples you can get a sense of what assessors will be asking so you don't get any nasty surprises on the day.
  • Stream until Sat 1st Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

How to Organise your Revision Time

Learning how to learn is such an important skill to develop - not only will it save students time every day, it will also set you up with a firm foundation for later life.
  • Stream until Sun 2nd Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Curriculum support

Study Habits - Taking and organising notes from lessons

Learning how to learn is such an important skill to develop - not only will it save students time every day, it will set you up with a firm foundation for later in life.
  • Stream until Sun 2nd Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Curriculum support

Exam Practice - How do examiners mark exam papers?

This is a key class which every student will gain valuable lessons from. Hosted by Brian who is an experienced examiner, students will be guided through what they need to look out for when they're taking their exams. 
  • Stream until Sun 2nd Oct
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Coding: An Introduction to Game Development

Ever wanted to develop your own computer game?
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: Breath And Body Awareness

There are many benefits to learning Yoga - for fitness, for relaxation or to focus your thoughts to help improve other aspects of your life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

An Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: An Example Vinyasa Class

There are many benefits to learning Yoga - for fitness, for relaxation or to focus your thoughts to help improve other aspects of your life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 50 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Learning to Accept Yourself Workshop

In today's class Rosie will also talk you through how to deal with judgmental people, and how to distinguish between those who have your best interests at heart, and those whose judgements and opinions do not need to take up space in your mind.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

How to Command and Keep Respect

In this class Rosie will coach students on how to make an excellent first impression. She will talk you through what makes people lose respect for others, and how you can avoid that. Students will learn what having respect for themselves and others really means. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

What you'll learn living, studying, and traveling abroad with Klook

There are so many benefits to travel whether it is just for fun, to learn or to meet new people.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 25 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Personal Fitness: HIIT Class

You don't need a lot of fancy equipment to get fit from the comfort of your own home.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Mindfulness & Motivation Workshop

We all get stressed sometimes, and boredom is a natural human response to things that we don’t find interesting. But if you feel like stress and boredom are really affecting your studies, this class will teach you some core techniques for managing your responses, and getting the best from your study time.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

Spelling & Grammar Techniques for Written Communications

If writing clearly written, properly punctuated and grammatically correct sentences is something that you find difficult, or if this is one of the areas that you or your teachers have identified as needing some improvement, then this tutorial is the perfect tool for you. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Styling Heatless Waves

Whilst many skills within the Hair & Beauty industry require significant training and equipment, there are some which you can easily learn at home. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 10 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Intro To Yoga With Au Natch: Transitioning And Twists

There are many benefits to learning Yoga - for fitness, for relaxation or to focus your thoughts to help improve other aspects of your life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Intro To Yoga With Au Natch: Hip Openers And Yin

There are many benefits to learning Yoga - for fitness, for relaxation or to focus your thoughts to help improve other aspects of your life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Improving your Presentation Skills

Presentations can be stressful because they require us to speak at length on a topic that we may have only just become familiar with.  This webinar will guide you through some simple coaching techniques which can help you to manage any anxiety before a presentation, and equip you with some important skills for capturing and keeping the audience's attention.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Basics of Safeguarding for Parent/Guardians

It is important to keep up to date with online safeguarding when you are caring for a young person. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Principles of Digital Resilience

Good security and privacy is essential in every home. But as more and more students start to be exposed to new apps such as TikTok, there's little information circulated about what they could do to keep themselves safe online. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Theo Michaels Cooking Class - Homemade flatbread pizza

This is a fantastic engaging and fun class suitable for everyone to develop a new skill and have something to show for it in just 10 minutes!
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 15 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Life Coaching: Stepping into Confidence

In our world of comparison, the word 'confident' can have so many unhelpful connotations.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £6
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Special FX

The special effects hair & beauty industry is huge with so many different skills required and career paths to follow.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 15 mins
  • £5
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Haircuts

Embarking on the qualifications required to be in the Hair & Beauty industry is a long road that by far pays off in the end.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2
Life skills

Creativity as Mental Health Management

The value of creativity in mental health management is often overlooked.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Learn Scottish Gaelic: A Basic Introduction

When taking on a new language it is really useful to know information about the language in context; where and how it is used alongside a little history.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Become a Better Speaker Today

The ability to speak clearly and confidently is vital for anyone who wants to make an impression.  In this class, Sana your tutor will give students strategies to speak in a clear and understandable manner and explain how to use the power of your voice to keep your listener or audience engaged.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 15 mins
  • £5
Life skills

Learn Scottish Gaelic: Where I Live

Learning a new language is an incredible skill, it requires such a different way of learning to many other subjects.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: Balances

There are many benefits to learning Yoga - for fitness, for relaxation or to focus your thoughts to help improve other aspects of your life.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Mental Health: Anxiety and Looking after You

'Fight', 'Flight', or 'Freeze'? Anxiety can feel debilitating at times, but there is a reason for it. In this webinar, Rosie will speak to students about why we experience anxiety to help give them the context behind what our brain is doing. After better understanding our own feelings of anxiety, Rosie will then cover a technique in mindfulness that students can practice to strengthen their own coping mechanisms. 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 15 mins
  • £4
Life skills

How to Avoid Procrastination

Procrastination is essentially finding ways to distract yourself in order to avoid doing a pressing task. We all do it from time to time, but, left unchecked procrastination can really start to impact your schoolwork.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Competitiveness Versus Jealousy

A little jealousy can actually be good for us, because it can drive us forward, induce a bit of healthy competition, and push us to be the best that we can be. But when it gets out of control, it can affect our feelings, thoughts and behaviours in powerful and damaging ways.In this workshop, Rosie will talk you through how to better understand your feelings, and reflect on what they might be telling you about yourself. She will then talk you through a simple exercise to turn feelings of jealousy into a positive opportunity to set and achieve new goals.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2
Life skills

The Secret to Confidence: How to Channel Your Best Self

Is your confidence holding you back at school and outside of it? In this class students will learn how to genuinely feel more confident, and how to project that confidence when you’re around other people.  Rosie will talk you through some simple techniques that will help you feel more self-assured, and to develop your self-belief. She will then go on to talk about how you can project that confidence with your verbal language and body language.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

Privacy: Devices and Social Media

Good security and privacy is essential in every home. Two aspects of every day use for most families, and especially teenagers, are devices and social media.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 25 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Creating Bruises (Special FX)

In this Hair & Beauty mini series students will gain insight into a range of skills and information from the industry.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 10 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Building a Creative Writing Habit

Have you always wanted to be a writer?  Do you dream up amazing stories and ideas? But do you find you don’t know how to start, or how to keep going on your creative projects? 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Financial Foundations: Saving, Spending, Debt

Money is an inevitability in life. So why don't we know more about it? 
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

How To Be Assertive

In this class Rosie will talk you through why assertiveness is and important attribute to have when dealing with many areas of your life. She will also break down how assertiveness differs from being aggressive or 'standoffish'.  The class will then focus on some straightforward techniques for breaking your relational patterns. From relating to people differently with getting your needs met.
  • Stream until Tue 1st Nov
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 1 of 4)

This is part 1 of 4 in a series. This series is suitable for students who would like an introduction to Python coding.  You will need to have an installation of Python which you can download here for free https://www.python.org/ to start the class.
  • Stream until Mon 7th Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 2 of 4)

This 4 part mini-series is suitable for students who would like an introduction to Python coding.  You will need to have an installation of Python which you can download here for free https://www.python.org/ to start the class.
  • Stream until Tue 8th Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 3 of 4)

This is part 3 of 4 in a series. If you missed the first parts of this mini series you can watch Part 1 and Part 2 here.
  • Stream until Wed 9th Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 4 of 4)

This is part 4 of 4 in a series. If you missed the first parts of this mini series you can watch Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 here.
  • Stream until Thu 10th Nov
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Careers guidance

How to Become a Doctor

There are so many careers available within Medicine. In this class, Laura will explain her journey into Medicine and the route she took to become a Doctor. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 50 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Working as a Project Manager

A career as a Project Manager can allow you to work across many different industries and many different countries! The skills you develop in a role such as this can be applied to so many different jobs. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

How To be a Professional Fundraiser

Careers in Fundraising are a vital part of ensuring large charities can carry out all the work they do.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Working in the Film Industry

This is a fantastic look into an industry which can be really hard to get a good insight into. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Life as a Police Officer

Life as a Police Officer - More Line of Duty or Hot Fuzz?
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Getting a Book Published

This class will cover everything you need to know about the stages of publication; from promoting your manuscript to negotiating cover designs. Rosie will talk you through what work tends to sell (and what is harder to sell), how to market your work, what to expect when your manuscript is finally accepted, and how to recover from knockbacks.  
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Careers guidance

The Art of Making Up your own Job Title

Some people have a clear idea of the career they want and some don't.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

How to Become a Freelance Writer

Join this class for everything you need to know about being a freelance writer, including what it’s like to work for yourself, and how to get yourself in magazines and newspapers (clue: you don’t necessarily need a qualification in journalism).
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Careers guidance

Becoming a Climate Change Officer

Climate Change is an issue which affects us all and there are many careers you can take on focussing on the environment & sustainability.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 15 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

A Career in Coding

Do you have an interest in coding? Or what to know how you can work in coding as a career?
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Kickstart a Career in Journalism

If you want to learn more about the different types of journalism and the different areas of journalism join our expert Lauren to get all your answers! 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Building a Company that Builds Things

This is a great class which looks at a number of different careers within one.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Coaching: Choosing Your Next Steps After School

Deciding what to do when you finish school can be incredibly confusing and overwhelming.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 20 mins
  • £5
Careers guidance

Becoming a Lawyer

Embarking on the qualifications required to become a Lawyer is a commitment. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Dec
  • 55 mins
  • FREE
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