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GCSE Science Tuition

ClassTutor’s GCSE Science Tuition supports 14-16 year olds (Years 10-11) through the crucial and extensive phases of their science education, readying them for their GCSE exams.

Diverse Curriculum Options

ClassTutor’s GCSE Science programme caters to 14-16-year-olds with three tailored tracks: Separate (Triple) Science for in-depth study, Combined (Double) Science as the standard comprehensive course, and Foundation Combined Science, designed for clearer, more accessible learning.

Detailed Subject Focus

The Separate Science track delves deeply into Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, offering three distinct GCSE qualifications, whereas the Combined Science track integrates all three subjects into a cohesive curriculum, resulting in two GCSEs.

Foundation Science

Tailored for students targeting up to grade 5-5, Foundation Combined Science simplifies the Double Science material, maintaining a focus on core scientific concepts across two weekly lessons for each combined track.

Holistic Scientific Education

Regardless of the chosen track, our programme prioritises a solid understanding of scientific fundamentals, enhancing critical thinking and practical skills, thereby preparing students effectively for their exams and fostering a long-term passion for scientific inquiry.

Benefits of Group Online Tuition

Enhanced Interaction

Online group tuition encourages active participation and interaction among young learners, fostering social skills and collaborative learning.

Personalised Attention

Even in a group setting, tutors can provide personalised attention, catering to the unique learning needs and pace of each GCSE student.

Flexible Learning Environment

Online group sessions offer a convenient and flexible learning environment, making education accessible from the comfort of home.

Exam Preparation and Practice

At ClassTutor, we focus on exam strategies and practice with past papers to prepare students for academic success.

Curriculum Overview for GCSE Biology

  • Cells and Cell Processes

    Understanding the structure and function of cells, genetics, and DNA.

  • Organisms and Their Environment

    Exploring ecosystems, adaptation, and the impact of human activity on the environment.

  • Infection and Response

    Learning about infectious diseases, immunity, and vaccination.

  • Bioenergetics

    Understanding energy transfers in organisms and the role of enzymes.

  • Homeostasis and Response

    Exploring the nervous and hormonal systems, as well as how organisms maintain internal stability.

  • Inheritance, Variation, and Evolution

    Investigating genetics, inheritance, and the theory of evolution.

Curriculum Overview for GCSE Chemistry

  • Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table

    Understanding the structure of atoms and the periodic table.

  • Bonding, Structure, and Properties of Matter

    Exploring chemical bonding, states of matter, and the properties of substances.

  • Chemical Changes

    Investigating chemical reactions, acids and bases, and electrolysis.

  • Quantitative Chemistry

    Learning about calculations involving masses, volumes, and concentrations.

  • Chemical Analysis

    Understanding methods of chemical analysis, including chromatography and spectroscopy.

  • Chemistry of the Atmosphere

    Exploring the composition of the Earth’s atmosphere and environmental chemistry.

Curriculum Overview for GCSE Physics

  • Energy

    Studying different forms of energy, energy transfers, and conservation of energy.

  • Electricity

    Exploring electrical circuits, electrical safety, and the generation of electricity.

  • Particle Model of Matter

    Understanding the properties of materials at the particle level.

  • Atomic Structure

    Learning about atomic structure, radiation, and nuclear reactions.

  • Forces

    Investigating forces, motion, and the effects of forces on objects.

  • Waves

    Exploring the properties of waves, including sound and electromagnetic waves.

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