(KS3, KS4 and KS5)
The years spent in Secondary School are split into three Key Stages. Years 7-9 is Key Stage 3. Years 10 and 11 is Key Stage 4 (GCSE) and sixth form, years 12 and 13 are KS5 (A-Levels or equivalent).
Perfect Plus Tutoring offers tutoring for Maths and English at KS3 Level. Similarly to KS2, a program for this would be worked out to you and your child's needs. It may involve working through homework and tasks set by the school; focussing on areas your child finds difficult; or working on specific areas of the curriculum.
Currently Perfect Plus Tutoring offers tuition in English GCSE. At the end of year 11 Students will sit an English Language and an English Literature exam. At Perfect Plus Tutoring we can prepare students for both of these exams and have worked towards a number of different exam boards. Tutoring at this stage will focus on each area of the exam syllabus, working through practice questions, going through mark schemes and exam board expectations, and revision guidance.
Perfect Plus Tutoring also offers tuition for Maths GCSE at foundation and higher level, covering all exam boards.
Perfect Plus tutoring offers tuition for A Level Students studying: English Literature, English Language and English Literature and Language. We also may be able to help if your child is sitting another english based exam. Just like the tuition for GCSE, this will involve working closely with the syllabus and mark schemes to cover all areas, practising writing answers and exam guidance.
"I have had many tutors for my sons over the years and my general expectations are that you may achieve one grade higher than they were working at with the help of a tutor. With Nicole, my son went from a level 5 in English Literature to an exam result of Level 8. She was punctual, reliable and results driven."
- Father of GCSE Student
I would highly recommend Nicole to anyone looking for a tutor, my son went from strength to strength in English and definitely benefitted from Nicole's excellent tutoring. She is kind, patient and supportive and gave our son some excellent tips for his GCSE English exams.
- Mother of GCSE Student