Easter Revision: GCSE and IGCSE
Our GCSE courses are, in general, not board- or syllabus-specific. This is because the National Curriculum sets out prescribed core topic areas, which must be covered by all syllabuses. It is on these core topics that our GCSE courses focus. If care is taken to enter on the registration form the examining board and syllabus number, we can alert parents if their son or daughter is being taught pilot, experimental or otherwise unusual syllabuses, which would be incompatible with the courses on offer.
Please note that we only offer the higher tier on all syllabuses. View the course outlines for for each subject below or for further information about our Easter Revision courses, please use the contact form below.
The following GCSE revision courses are taught over Easter:
Easter Revision Dates 2023
Week 1: Monday 27 March – Friday 31 March
Week 2: Monday 3 April – Friday 7 April
Week 3: Monday 10 April – Friday 14 April
(Good Friday is 7 April; Easter Monday is 10 April)
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