KS5 (Years 12 and 13)

We primarily offer tutoring in biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics at KS5. We also offer tuition in other areas like Geography, Sociology, Psychology & MFL. Contact us for more information.

KS5 tutoring learning outcomes:

  • Develop, deepen and sharpen essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of science.

  • Develop and sharpen study and EXAM techniques focusing on scientific knowledge, application of scientific concepts and how Science Works.

  • Develop and demonstrate a deeper appreciation of the skills, knowledge and understanding of scientific methods.

  • Develop competence and confidence in a variety of practical, mathematical and problem-solving skills in preparation for examinations.

  • Develop interest and enthusiasm for the science and careers associated with the subject.

  • Develop confidence to successfully pass A level exams.

A level Biology Topics

           Biological molecules

Cells

Organisms exchange substances with their environment

Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms

Energy transfers in and between organisms

Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments

Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems

The control of gene expression

A level Chemistry Topics

Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table

Amount of Substance

Bonding, Structure and the Periodic Table

Equilibrium and Energetics

How Far How Fast

Redox, Group 2 and Group 7

Introduction to Organic Chemistry

Reactions of Organic Compounds

Analysis of Organic Compounds

A level Maths Topics

Proof

Algebra and functions

Coordinate geometry

Sequences and series

Trigonometry

Exponentials and logarithms

Differentiation

Integration

Numerical methods

A level Physics Topics

Measurements and Their Errors

Particles and Radiation

Waves

Mechanics and Materials

Electricity

Further Mechanics and Thermal Physics

Fields and their Consequences

Nuclear Physics

​Astrophysics

Medical Physics

Engineering Physics

Turning Points in Physics

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