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History: The Impact on Towns under the Normans

This class will examine the impact of the Norman Conquest on the way towns were organised, and the extent to which they grew compared with the previous Anglo-Saxon period. We will explain how towns changed under the Normans, as well as comparing town life to life in the villages. 
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths: Pythagoras Theorem

In this session students will be introduced to the concept of Pythagoras Theorem. They will also discover what Pythagorean Triads are and how to easily find different triads from basic triads. Finally, they will also learn how to find the missing sides of any right-angled triangle using the Pythagorean Theorem.
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Relative Atomic Mass

In this class we are going to focus on more Calculations in Chemistry.  Today we will introduce isotopes and learn how to calculate the relative atomic mass from isotopes.  You will get the opportunity to practise some GCSE past paper questions as calculating relative atomic mass is a topic that appears frequently in examinations therefore it is vital to practise these questions to excel. 
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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German: Past and Present Tense Focus - In the Classroom

In this 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 Sun 7th Mar
  • 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 Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Sun 7th Mar
  • 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. 
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: The Impact of the Norman Conquest on Villages

This class will examine the impact of the Norman Conquest on the way villages were organised, drawing out continuities and changes with the previous Anglo-Saxon period. We will examine the features of Norman villages, as well as gaining an understanding of the social roles of the village. 
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: How did the Norman Conquest impact Peasants?

This class will examine the impact of the Norman Conquest on the lives of peasants in the villages, drawing out key continuities from the Anglo-Saxon period before as well as changes the Normans made. We will look at their work, leisure, food and drink, and the difficulties they encountered.
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Chemistry: Conservation of Mass & Balanced Chemical Equations

In this class we will introduce the concept of conservation of mass and learn to balance a range of symbol equations. Importantly with this type of work practise is key.  You will get the chance to practise balancing chemical equations with your teacher so that you are able to master it by yourself. 
  • Stream until Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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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 Sun 7th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Understanding Themes in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

In this class, we’ll 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 Thu 25th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Thu 25th 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 Thu 25th 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 25th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Thu 25th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Thu 25th 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 Thu 25th Mar
  • 20 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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English: Imagery and Language in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

In this class, students will study A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and will learn techniques which can be applied to a variety of other texts.
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 25 mins
  • £4
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English: Creating Atmosphere through Prose (Great Expectations)

In this class, we’ll explore some of the techniques that the author uses to present a sense of place, time and mood in an extract from ‘Great Expectations’. 
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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English: Breaking down Shakespeare Monologues

This class is an in-depth breakdown and translation of one of Shakespeare's most famous monologues from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 25 mins
  • £3
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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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 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. 
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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English Language: Non-Fiction Writing Global Tourism Topic

These classes centre around short 2 minute videos designed to stimulate writing on a particular global issue. With the video, students are given the necessary background and context of an issue in order to answer four short questions as part of a 200 word challenge.
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Fri 26th 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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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English: Characterisation in Beowulf

In this class, students will explore the differing characters in the story of Beowulf translated by Rosemary Sutcliffe.Sarah will discuss how a sense of their characteristics is created through a number of techniques including descriptive language, structure and setting. Skills students learn in this class can be applied to other poems and texts across their English studies and will give them more confidence in the subject and more examples to use if different exam questions. 
  • Stream until Fri 26th 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 Fri 26th 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 Fri 26th 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 Fri 26th 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 Dicken's uses to present a sense of place, time and mood in an extract in the novel. We are going to spend some time to explore how the author uses the Gothic to draw his character.
  • Stream until Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Fri 26th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Maths KS3: Compound Interest

In this class, students will look at how to use the formula for compound interest.
  • Stream until Sat 27th Mar
  • 10 mins
  • £3.50
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Maths KS3: Algebraic fractions

This session consolidates learning on all fraction types for students who are looking to gain more confidence in these areas.  The class will help students with answer to exam style questions. 
  • Stream until Sat 27th Mar
  • 15 mins
  • £3.50
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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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 
  • Stream until Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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.  
  • Stream until Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 30 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 30 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
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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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 30 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’. 
  • Stream until Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 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 Sat 27th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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? This class covers the basics of sound, including learning about the particle model. The class is useful as a first look at the topic or as revision of the topic for those who have already studied sound in school. 
  • Stream until Sun 28th Mar
  • 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? This lesson focuses on the seven life processes used to determine if something is a living organism. It also focuses on how cells build into tissues, organs and organ systems, with examples of each. Finally, it links the need for the organ systems to the life processes.
  • Stream until Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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.  This lesson attempts to address how key ideas were developed on our way to understanding our solar system and the composition of it.
  • Stream until Sun 28th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Atomic Models

This class covers the basics of the modern structure of the atom, starting with the earliest proposed models and then moving on to Rutherford’s model. Some of these concepts will be familiar from both GCSE chemistry and physics lessons.  Join the class to explore the fundamentals of the structure of an atom.  This class is perfect for any Physics or Science students who want to excel in their knowledge of Atomic Models!
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 15 mins
  • £4
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Energy Forms and Transfers

Energy transfers happen around us all the time, and are the purpose of the machines we use in our daily lives. 
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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Chemistry: States of Matter & Separation

All matter is made of particles. The particle theory of matter attempts to describe the behaviour of these particles in solids, liquids and gases, whilst explaining their similarities and differences. This class covers the particle model of matter, as well as changes in the arrangement of particles in all three states of matter.
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 30 mins
  • £5
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Physics: Half Life

This class covers the idea of the half life of a radioactive isotope, including what it means and methods to calculate them, both from a graph and mathematically. It then relates the half life of an isotope to its particular uses and implications for storage and safety.
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Waves

Waves in physics are important as an energy transfer mechanism. In this lesson, we will cover key ideas about waves and wave structure including longitudinal and transverse waves.  This class acts as a build block of Physics which students can use to build further lessons on. 
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Physics: Electrons and Orbits

This class covers the development of the Bohr model of the atom, including why electrons are now considered to exist in discrete energy levels away from the nucleus. It follows on from the Rutherford model and develops the modern structure of the atom at GCSE to today's model.  Join this class to delve further into the expansive world of Electrons and Orbits.  
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Inside Atoms

This class covers the basics of subatomic particles, and the use of atomic symbols to define a group of elements as isotopes or not, with reasons why. You will also learn how to use both words and symbols when needed in exercises regarding isotopes.  
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Nuclear Fission

This class covers the use and conditions necessary to generate electrical energy from nuclear fission, including describing the fission reaction, the nuclear reactor and the control of energy release in fission. Nuclear Fission is an important topic in Physics at GCSE or equivalent level and it is worthwhile to revisit the fission reaction and nuclear reactor even if already studied once at school.  
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £5.20
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: Nuclear Energy

This class will take you through the topic of nuclear energy.  We will take an in-depth focus on both nuclear fission and fusion.  We will talk about the ability nuclear energy has to generate electricity and we will look at the pros and cons.  
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Physics: The Electromagnetic spectrum

The electromagnetic spectrum encompasses all wavelengths of light, in clouding visible light.
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Mon 29th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Physics: Dangers of Radioactivity

We have all heard about the Dangers of Radioactivity, this class goes through the reality of actually working with radioactive materials.  You will also learn about the dangers of storing and handling radioactive materials, and ways in which to minimise the risk of their use when necessary.
  • Stream until Mon 29th Mar
  • 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 Tue 30th Mar
  • 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 Tue 30th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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.  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 Tue 30th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Tue 30th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Tue 30th Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Biology: Microscopy

Microscopy is a useful tool for biologists to study the structure of cells and some of their features. It is a required practical in GCSE biology that all students prepare specimen samples and view them under a microscope. This lesson introduces the techniques used to prepare a microscope slide, and mistakes to watch out for. You will learn how to use a microscope to get the best image from a specimen slide and how to calculate the magnification of samples, image size and specimen sizes.
  • Stream until Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Wed 31st Mar
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Infinitive Verbs - Me gusta ver la tele

In this lesson we will learn things we like doing and we will learn the infinitive of different verbs.  We will add reasons to our sentences and as a challenge we will use 'pero' and 'ni' to complete our sentences.  
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Past Tense Focus - What I did Yesterday

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.  As usual we will complete our GCSE Challenge where we will be answering questions about a given paragraph.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocab and Past Tense Focus - Holidays!

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 is fantastic to increase your Spanish vocabulary, join Mr Castrillon to study some scintillating Spanish!
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Adjectives using the suffix -isimo

In this lesson we will revise a list of adjectives ending in -ado.  We will then 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.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish ¿Cómo es tu casa?

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 whether it is a small house or a big house. We will introduce descriptive adjectives such as big, small, old and new.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Spanish: Simple Present Tense Focus - Forming Opinions (Health Topic)

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. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish: Vocab and Present Tense Focus of 'Me duele'

In this lesson, Felix 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. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Spanish: Verbs in infinitive form with 'Me gustaria'

In this lesson, we will learn how to say the Spanish phrase for ‘I would like to…’ and we will add different occupations we would like to be in the future.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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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.  For instance 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' amd will see what makes them different.  
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Spanish KS3 "To Be" learnt with acronym Doctor Place

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. A really helpful class which can be used as a building block for future Spanish lessons. 
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Spanish: Vocabulary Focus - Describing 'Mi Casa'

In this lesson we will learn how to describe our house, the names of the rooms in our house and use simple adjectives to describe size and colour. We will use the structure ‘Mi habitacion favorita’ to show which room is our favourite.
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 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 Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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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 our GCSE Challenge!
  • Stream until Thu 1st Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Adjectives Workshop

In this class 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 pop! Discover how adjectives make your conversational skills develop, do yourself a favour and take notes of all the fantastic new vocabulary that is presented in this class. 
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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French KS4 - House & Home

In this class, Carol 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.
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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French Grammar: The Pluperfect Tense

Description: In this class, Carol will take students through use of the pluperfect tense. 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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Countries and Nationalities

In this class Carol will teach you how to say a range of Countries in French as well as learning the different ways of saying nationalities.  We are going to go through how to use adjective endings when discussing nationalities.  This is a great class to increase your French vocabulary.
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Family and Friends

In this French class you will cover family and friends and work step by step, through a worksheet. 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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Grammar and sentence structure (Avoir and Etre)

In this class, Carol will recap the French verbs to have 'avoir' and to be 'être'.
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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French: Perfect Tense

In this class, Carol will revise the French verbs for to have 'avoir' and to be 'être'. 
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Practising the Conditional Tense

In this French Class, Carol will cover the conditional tense and will give students a chance to practise using the tense in written and verbal exercises.
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Global Issues

In this French class we will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of Global issues. Carol will cover key vocabulary and look at some reading texts with students.
  • Stream until Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2
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French: Vocabulary Workshop

In this class Carol 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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Gender and Definite Articles - Subjects at School

In this class students will learn how to talk about the school subjects they are taking in French. We are going to take a focus on pronunciation and gender.  In French nouns have a grammatical gender so it is important that we practise these as well as practise key vocabulary to teach students 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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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French: Healthy and Unhealthy Living

In this French class Carol will look at 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 Fri 2nd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German: Grammar and Sentence Structure (haben and sein)

In this class, Carol will recap haben and sein and then cover connectives, adjectives and opinions.
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Customs and Festivals

In this class, Carol will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of customs and festivals. She will cover key vocabulary and look at some reading texts.
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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German KS3 Vocabulary

In this class, Carol will focus on the most common vocabulary to allow students to grow their vocabulary to be used across all Germn lesson. This will include numbers, pets, family, months, days of the week.
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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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 Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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German: Speaking Exam Practice

Your tutor Carol, will go through all appropriate exam practice for students at a Key Stage 3 level or equivalent.  You will revise the styles of speaking questions, and really work on the accent and pronunciation to excel in your German oral examinations.  
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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German: Vocabulary Focus - Sports, Animals and Colours

Carol 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. This vocabulary is essential to learn to really excel in German.  
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: House & Home Writing Task

Carol your tutor is here to see what the students can remember on the House and Home topic.  She will have a worksheet for students to go through and use as support and then she will talk them through a writing task, making sure they understand what they need to include and how to structure it.
  • Stream until Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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German: Exam Practice (Foundation Writing Paper)

In this class Carol 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 Sat 3rd Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Life skills

Scottish Gaelic: Food

In this class we will focus on Food!  Learning the basics so you can increase your Scottish Gaelic vocabulary for written, listening and speaking.  
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Irregular Past Tense

In this class, students will look at how to form the irregular past tense in Scottish Gaelic.
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Curriculum support

Scottish Gaelic: Regular Future Tense

In this lesson we will look how to form the regular future tense and how to ask questions about things you will do in the future. 
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Life skills

Scottish Gaelic: Colours and Clothes

In this class we will run through some vocabulary related to clothes and colours.  We will look at the necessary grammar to use these colours to describe different items of clothing.  We will look at a simple sentence to say you like/don't like different items of clothing and how to ask someone if they like certain items.  
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Numbers 20-100

In this lesson we will learn to count from 20 - 100 in Gaelic.
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Scottish Gaelic: Regular Past Tense

In this class, students will learn how to form the Scottish Gaelic regular past tense as well as look at examples of how to use it!
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

A Basic Intro to Scottish Gàidhlig

In this class, Laura will give students a basic overview of the history and culture of Scottish Gàidhlig.
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Curriculum support

Scottish Gaelic: Old Fashioned Counting System

In this lesson we will look at the alternative, old fashioned counting system.  Practice your numeracy skills counting in blocks of 20 similar to other modern foreign languages. 
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Life skills

Scottish Gaelic: Sports and Hobbies

In this class we will run though some vocabulary related to sports and hobbies and look at how to say you like and don't like different hobbies.
  • Stream until Sun 4th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Curriculum support

Drama: Character Study

In this class Niamh will explore why we study characters. Students will consider how we begin to unravel a character within a Drama context, how to create their own characters and break-down existing characters. 
  • Stream until Mon 5th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Drama: Creating a Research Resource for Live Production

This class provides an insight into why a research resource is necessary for production and how to create it.
  • Stream until Mon 5th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Geography: Countries at Contrasting Levels of Development

In this class, students will get an overview of the different levels of development that occur in different countries.
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Curriculum support

Geography: Hazards - Plate Boundaries

In the topic of Hazards we are going to discuss one of Earth's natural hazards: plate boundaries.  We will examine what makes a plate boundary, where they occur, and what hazards we generally associate with them. 
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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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? This lesson looks at the causes of Tsunamis and if they can be prevented.
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Curriculum support

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 Tue 6th Apr
  • 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! This Geography lesson teaches you how to use a case study to show an understanding of the processes, effects, and responses to a specific eruption event.
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Where do people live?

This lesson helps you understand the factors that affect where people live. You will then use this to predict where people are likely to be located around the world. This class is great to understand the logistics of where any why people live the way they do. 
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: Population Boom

Do you know what the population is of the world at this very minute? This lesson helps you understand the key terms that we use to describe population and population change. You will also look at why the world's population has grown so rapidly.  Population growth is one of the world's most divisive and challenging problems, this is a fantastic class to understand what challenges our global community face. 
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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Geography: A River's Long Profile

In this class we will look at how the river characteristics change as you travel along the river and why these changes happen.  Students will be able to see how these processes affect landforms they see in nature.  River profiles are an important topic in Geography, this is a fantastic class to get to grips with some of the typical characteristics students should understand. 
  • Stream until Tue 6th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Curriculum support

History: The Berlin Blockade and Airlift

In this class History teacher Brian will be discussing the Berlin Blockade in more detail.  You will understand why with the blockade becoming permanent, Stalin decided to blockade West Berlin - not allowing entry or exit.  Leading to why there had to be an airlift to fly in supplies.  This is an important topic in post-WW2 Germany and hence vital to get a good comprehensive understanding of how and why this occurred.  
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Sociology KS4 Families Exam Questions

Join Mr Dickinson in this essential class for any Sociology students. This class focuses on how to answer 12 mark questions from paper 1 GCSE 'Sociology of the Family'.  This lesson will help students to start revising early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute.  This class is aimed at any students who really want to achieve as many marks as possible in their examinations/coursework.  
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

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 Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: The Treaty of Versailles - WWI

In this class students will learn about the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and how they link to the aims of the Big Three.  We are going to discuss the short and long term impacts of the Treaty particularly how they affected Germany. Students will then be able to connect the treaty to the aims of Hitler and the causes of WW2. 
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: Early Elizabethan - Exam Practise and Questions

In this lesson you will learn how to answer exam questions related to the Early Elizabethan Era. This class looks at the particular skill-set needed to do well in this challenging exam using Early Elizabethan questions. This lesson stresses the importance of starting revision early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute. Even if you are not studying the Early Elizabethan Era at this time, the class still imparts vital exam practice skills which are needed whichever topics that you are studying in History.  
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

History: Exam Preparation - Crime and Punishment

This class allows students to practice how to answer exam questions on Paper 1 of the History GCSE examination.  We will look at the skills needed to do well in this difficult exam focusing on the Crime & Punishment paper.
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

History: Exam Preparation -The Weimar and Nazi Germany Paper

It is never too early to get ahead with exam prep! This lesson will help students to start revising early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute.In this class, students will practice how to answer exam questions on Paper 3, which looks at interpretations of historical sources using the Weimar and Nazi Germany paper.
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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History: Henry VIII and the Church of England

In this class, students will get an overview of the end of Medieval Christianity in England.
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Curriculum support

History: Super Power Relations and Cold War - Exam Preparation

This class focuses on the correct methods and techniques that are needed to to answer exam questions.  This is a notoriously challenging exam so we are going to look  at the skills needed to do well in using the Topic of Super Power Relations and Cold War paper. 
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

History: The Prague Spring

In 1968 the people of Czechoslovakia decided they did not want to ruled by the Soviet Union so demanded reform and an easing of Soviet control. This lesson looks at why the Czech people did not want Soviet rule, their demands and the response from the Soviet government.  This event is usually compared to the Hungarian Uprising in GCSE exams so this class will help students gain knowledge and confidence across a number of topics. 
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

History: The Building of the Berlin Wall

In this History lesson with your tutor Brian you will learn why with thousands of skilled workers fleeing from East Berlin to the west, the East German government decided to build a permanent wall dividing the city.  This lesson looks at the reasons behind the building of the Berlin Wall and its significance in the worsening relationship between the USA and the USSR. It also looks at how the Wall became a symbol of the Cold War.
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2
Curriculum support

GCSE Sociology of Education Past Paper

In this lesson, students will be going through a past exam paper for GCSE Sociology on 'Sociology of education' looking at how to answer exam questions
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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Geography: Hazards -Volcano Types

In this class on Natural Hazards we are focusing on Volcanoes and the different types we see on Earth.  We are going to firstly examine how we identify different types of volcano.  Secondly we are going to learn the characteristics of different types of volcano and understand what it is that makes them different and exactly how the differences show themselves. We will focus on distinguishing and comparing shield versus composite volcanoes.  As with all natural hazards in Geography we will identify the reasons as to why they are hazardous to life. 
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Curriculum support

History: Battle of Hastings

In this class, History teacher Brian takes students through the build up to infamous Battle of Hastings.  Students will cover the background story of why there was a battle, who was involved in the battle, and how it all started. This is an essential topic for all History students (the first introduction is usually in Year 7/8), this class is perfect for students who want a round-up of one of England's most famous battles.  
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

History - Henry VIII and his 6 wives

In today's lesson your tutor walks students through one of England's most notorious Kings, Henry VIII. In this class we explore why Henry had so many wives, who they were and what was the significance that religion played in his ability to keep remarrying!
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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History: Kaiser Wilhelm II (Germany 1880 - 1945)

Today's class will focus on Kaiser Wilhelm and the problems he faced as the last Emperor of Germany.  These issues are vital to explore for students to understand how these issues forced a growing discontent in Germany.  Which will then allow students to lead to the further question of how these issues connected to World War I. 
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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History: GCSE Exam Workshop - Tackling The 12 Mark Question

This class will get to grips with one of the highest potential scoring exam questions in GCSE History. (In particular the AQA paper.)
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £5
Curriculum support

History: How the Allies dealt with Germany after WW2

History teacher Brian takes students through the end of WW2. With the end of Nazi Germany declared, the Allies decided on how to divide Germany. This lesson looks at what decisions were made during the conferences, how Germany was eventually divided, and the impact that this had.
  • Stream until Wed 7th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £1.50
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 Thu 8th Apr
  • 15 mins
  • £4
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Life skills

Music: Programme Music

Join in the musical fun with our fantastic class on Programme Music. We will cover programme music and how to develop music using the musical elements.
  • Stream until Thu 8th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 3 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 Fri 9th Apr
  • 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 Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Intro To Yoga With Au Natch: Transitioning And Twists

This class is part of a mini series from Bex at AuNatch giving students a broken down introduction to yoga to allow them to get a taste for the practice and learn some techniques they can practice at home.You don't need to have attended all other classes for this one to be valuable though!
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: Breath And Body Awareness

Bex our yogi at AuNatch is giving students a fantastic introduction to yoga in this class.  This class will allow students to get a taste for the practice and learn some breathing and body movement techniques to practise at home.
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

An Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: An Example Vinyasa Class

This Vinyasa class from Bex at AuNatch is an extra-long feature giving students an all-encompassing experience of yoga.
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 50 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Intro To Yoga With Au Natch: Hip Openers And Yin

Join Bex in this wonderful class to take a break from the somewhat sedentary daily routine that we can often find ourselves in and to bring in some movement to your day.  In this class we are going to deepen the yogic practice with some focus on hip openers within our sequence and practice holding them for longer periods, as we do in yin yoga.
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Life skills

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

This is the final part of our 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 Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £4
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Life skills

Achieving Mindfulness through Art: Colouring

This class by artist Kelly Horton will give students an understanding of how colouring can positively affect our minds.  Colouring can help to soothe anxieties, calm emotions and promote happiness within ourselves.  Kelly will teach you some colouring techniques and give you the tools to help you on your personal mindfulness journey. 
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
Life skills

Coding in Python: Build your own Game (Part 1 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 Fri 9th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Coding: An Introduction to Game Development

This class is for any budding game designers out there. Are you interested in producing your own game but lacking the skills, confidence or don’t know where to begin? Your game development journey starts here!
  • Stream until Fri 9th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
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Life skills

A Colouring Masterclass for Beginners

This fantastic Art class is brought to you by Kelly Horton a successful artist and teacher. In this class you will begin to understand all of the mediums that are on the market for colouring and drawing.  You will also learn some Kelly's favourite techniques.  This class is perfect for art lovers and also for those who would love to improve their skills.  Kelly's class will be sure to teach you some tips and tricks to improve your art that you can use in all your projects! 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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Life skills

Interview Skills

Interviews can be daunting for everyone and often nerves can hold you back. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
Life skills

Avoiding 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 Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Creating Bruises (Special FX)

Today in Savanna's special FX themed class we are going to be creating 'bruises' which are commonly seen on TV and film. Often we see aged bruises on screen, and that is what we are going to learn today. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 10 mins
  • £3
Careers guidance

A Career in Coding

In this class, Jez gives an honest talk about how he started his own business in coding.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Theo Michaels Cooking Class - Homemade flatbread pizza

In this class Theo will get his hands (and yours!) messy making a two-ingredient flatbread that only takes 10 minutes to make and cook! Theo will also show how to turn the flatbreads into quick and delicious pizzas – perfect for kids and grown ups alike!
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 15 mins
  • FREE
Life skills

Life Coaching: Stepping into Confidence

In our world of comparison, the word 'confident' can have so many unhelpful connotations. In this session, Becky, who is a Confidence and Empowerment Coach will complete this workshop with you to become more informed and in touch with the truth about what stepping into confidence means for you.  
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £6
Curriculum support

Exam Practice - How do examiners mark exam papers?

In this class, Brian an Examiner, takes students through what they need to look out for when they're taking their exams.  This is a unique chance to get first hand insight into how examiners read and mark exams which can hugely help students consider what is important when they take their exams.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Life skills

How to be a Better Speaker

The ability to speak clearly and confidently is vital for anyone who wants to make an impression.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 15 mins
  • £5
Life skills

Personal Fitness: HIIT Class

If you are looking for some motivation to get moving this is the perfect class for you. Professional Personal Trainer, Patrick, is going to show you his favourite workouts to do at home with no equipment, all you need is yourself. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Intro to Yoga with AuNatch: Balances

This class is part of a mini series from Bex at AuNatch giving students a broken down introduction to yoga to allow them to get a taste for the practice and learn some techniques they can practice at home.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £3.50
Curriculum support

Study Habits - Taking and organising notes from lessons

Join your tutor Mr Dickinson in this fantastic revision organisation lesson.  In particular this lesson looks at the different ways to take notes from lessons/lectures and how to organise them so they're useful for revision. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Special FX

In this class Savanna gives students an inside look at how to create Special FX with makeup. She will focus on creating a fake 'wound' that you see most often on actors in screen or theatre. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 15 mins
  • £5
Life skills

Hair & Beauty Class: Styling Heatless Waves

Today's Hair class is going to focus on the 'dressing gown belt' method to style your hair into Heatless Waves!  This method has become very popular in recent times, so join Savanna for 2 methods to get some beachy waves! 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 10 mins
  • £3
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. The impression people have of the people in our industry is largely 'not academic'.  I am here to say the exact opposite and show students the breadth of our amazing industry.  
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2
Life skills

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

In this class, the team at Klook host a fireside chat where their team will share some of our best insights and life lessons learned during their experiences travelling, living, working and studying abroad. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 25 mins
  • £3
Life skills

How to be more Assertive

In this class, Rosie will talk you through why assertiveness is important. She will also break down how assertiveness differs from being aggressive or 'standoffish'.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
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Life skills

Money Matters! Basic Money Management

What should we do with our money? In this class Gail will provide younger students with an overview and suggestions of how to manage and think about money.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 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. 
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

Financial Foundations: Saving, Spending, Debt

Money is an inevitability in life.  So why don't we know more about it?  In this class, Sam will briefly introduce the different ways that you can save, the importance of having an emergency fund, and will talk about how you can earn free money via compounding.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 30 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.  In this session, Becky will give an honest account of her journey and share some thought provoking ideas about what is important when making decisions about your future.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £5
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 Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Life skills

Creativity as Mental Health Management

Embrace your mind and your emotions.  This week 1st Feb - 7th Feb is Children's Mental Health Week with the theme of 2021 being Express Yourself.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Life skills

Confidence: How to channel your best self when you’re feeling shy

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.
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
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.  This class, which is part of a privacy and security series, aims to introduce students to the CIA principles. Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability.  
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
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Life skills

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.  
  • Stream until Sat 10th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £4.50
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 Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
First Look
Careers guidance

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 Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Becoming a Lawyer

Embarking on the qualifications required to become a lawyer is a commitment. 
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 55 mins
  • FREE
First Look
Careers guidance

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
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Life as a Police Officer

Life as a Police Officer - More Line of Duty or Hot Fuzz?
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

How To be a Professional Fundraiser

In this class, Kat will talk through a day in the life of a professional fundraiser. Students will hear about the journey she took in her career to get there and some of the alternative routes into the industry.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Working in the Film Industry

Jane talks through her experiences working as an Actor, Casting Director, and Filmmaker.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Working as a Project Manager

Andrew Pritchard will talk through a day in the life of a Project Management role in IT and organisational change with a specific focus on how anyone can still be a successful Project Manager, even without in-depth knowledge of solution being delivered to the business. Some careers can sound complex and daunting to those starting out; Andrew explains why it is less scary than it sounds.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Becoming a Climate Change Officer

In this class, Fran will talk through the journey she took in her career to become a climate change officer, showing that by taking different opportunities to learn a range of skills you can make a successful career change.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 15 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. 
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Careers guidance

Building a Company that Builds Things

In this class Kieran will talk about what it means to work in industry as opposed to services, and the opportunities that are out there for people. He will discuss what led him to start his own company, and why he thinks risk taking and entrepreneurship is something that can be learnt.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 20 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

Kickstart a Career in Journalism

In this webinar, Lauren a journalist at Reuters a global news agency, will give students a brief overview of her experience, how she got into the industry and the best routes to take should you be interested in a similar career path.
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • FREE
Careers guidance

How to Become a Doctor

In this class, Laura will explain her journey into Medicine and the route she took to become a Doctor. 
  • Stream until Sun 11th Apr
  • 50 mins
  • FREE
Curriculum support

Introduction to Poetry

An introductory look at six main forms of poetry and how to write them.
  • Stream until Sun 25th Apr
  • 30 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

French: Vocabulary Focus - Personal Details

To help refresh students’ memory and understanding of French, Carol 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 Sun 2nd May
  • 20 mins
  • £3.50
Curriculum support

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.
  • Stream until Sun 2nd May
  • 20 mins
  • £2
Curriculum support

French: Verb Focus - Avoir and Etre plus Vocabulary

Carol your French teach will cover avoir and être, which are two of the most important verbs in the French language!   They can be used alone or as auxillary 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 Sun 2nd May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
Curriculum support

Drama: Creating a Study Guide for a Text/Play

Join us today for a succinct session on how to create a study guide that breaks down any play, text, piece of drama. This class will help students summarise elements like characters, themes, key quotes and context.
  • Stream until Tue 4th May
  • 20 mins
  • £2.50
Curriculum support

Drama: Creating a Warm Up and Finding Focus

In this class students will learn how to find focus and gain control over how you approach a performance. Niamh will provide insight into the importance of a warm up before any performance and help students develop their own warm up routines and examples of what you can include. 
  • Stream until Wed 5th May
  • 20 mins
  • £3
First Look
Curriculum support

History: How did the Normans balance power between the Church & the Crown?

This class will examine the changing relationships of the Norman Kings with the Popes, as well as taking a more general look at the balance of power between the Church and the Crown. We will also explore the role of Archbishop Anselm. 
  • Stream
  • 20 mins
  • £4
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