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Back to School!

BHTC will open its doors again on Monday 9th September at 4pm to begin the new school year!

Firstly, we are almost fully-booked, so get in touch if you haven’t secured your tutoring slot for September. We’ve only got these times left:

  • Tuesdays 6:00-7:00pm (fortnightly)
  • Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pm (weekly)
  • Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm (fortnightly)

Get in touch via email ASAP to book! Contact hello@bexharper.com for more information or to book one of these times.

 

Secondly, don’t forget to let me know which literature texts you are studying for GCSE, your examination board or other important information.

So, I’ll see you week commencing 9th September! Enjoy the rest of your holidays!

Revision Time!

It’s time to revise! Don’t panic! Check out:

Good luck! 🙂

2019 AQA GCSE REVISION WORKSHOPS: KEY INFORMATION

AQA GCSE REVISION WORKSHOPS: 

Dates and Times

  • Unseen Poetry: Sunday 12th May, 10:00am-12:00pm
  • An Inspector Calls: Sunday 12th May, 1:30pm-3:30pm
  • English Language Paper 1: Sunday 19th May, 10:00am-12:00pm
  • English Language Paper 2: Sunday 19th May, 1:30pm-3:30pm

What do the workshops include?

  • Never-seen-before exam questions to give you a real exam-simulated-environment.
  • Exam practice question walk-throughs & techniques to boost your grade.
  • Small group workshop for focus (i.e a maximum of 5 students per session).
  • Complete and detailed, individualised feedback on how to improve!
  • Workshops take place in Westcliff-on-Sea, only 5 minutes walk from Southend-on-Sea high street!
  • Experienced tutor and qualified teacher, with lots of enthusiasm!
  • Free drinks and nibbles for students.

I need this! How do I book my place?

  • Email hello@bexharper.com to book your place. Early booking is recommended.
  • You can pay by bank transfer, Paypal or cheque: £40 per two-hour workshop.
  • I look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions meanwhile, feel free to email me!


Creating a Routine of a Regular Spelling Practice

Spelling is one of the fundamental elements in primary education that kids are faced with. Examined on the SATs papers in Year 6, through to being part of the marking criteria for GCSE, spelling matters. Create a regular routine of getting your child to sit down and learn the spellings. Whether it be by writing them out, or saying the letters of the words in funny voices, it needs to be done.  Here are some spooky suggestions to get you started for the half-term break!

Check back each week for regular resources – for both spelling and maths!

If you are needing more help with English or maths, have a look at getting a tutor!