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"There is currently no national policy on how schools should provide instruction while children remain at home and different schools will have different capacities to instruct children remotely.” (Eyles, Gibbons and Montebruno, 2020)

Eyles, A., Gibbons, S. and Montebruno, P. (2020). Covid-19 school shutdowns: What will they do to our children’s education? [online] Available at: http://cep.lse.ac.uk/pubs/download/cepcovid-19-001.pdf.

MY VISION

"To provide access to regular high quality science education for all students, despite the differences in schooling support."

IS YOUR CHILD LOSING OUT?

STRUGGLING

WITH SELF

LEARNING?

ANXIOUS ABOUT

THE AMOUNT OF UNTAUGHT

CURRICULUM

CONTENT LEFT?

FALLING BEHIND

IN SCIENCE?

 

SITTING GCSE'S

THIS YEAR?

FEAR OF OTHER

STUDENTS PROGRESSING

FASTER THAN YOU?

MY STORY

"I find these times to be particularly alarming as a qualified and highly experienced teacher and tutor who is passionate about promoting learning. With children having been out of education, they have lost the momentum and knowledge that they need to progress through school, to sixth form, college and university.

Over the past few months, I have noticed a greater division in the quality of educational support from schools during this crisis. Although these are difficult times, some schools are managing better than others. These schools are providing online teaching lessons every day with homework and assessments. Whereas others are only able to provide basic worksheets with minimal active online teaching. The quality of support that is being provided by schools is therefore vastly diverse.

In my experience there is a considerable amount of science content to learn, furthermore, it is a struggle within the academic year to cover all the topics before the GCSE exams. With this current situation, teaching will most likely be rushed and not taught to the depth required. This may lead to the current Year 9 & 10 students being at an unfair disadvantage when sitting their GCSE exams.

My purpose is to close this dividing gap between the level of educational support being provided and allow all students to progress with the science curriculum without falling behind. I am creating engaging and informative virtual classes to keep education alive and continue with academic learning. Also, to help the community in the best way that I can, I am ensuring this education is affordable and sustainable to all parents during these uncertain and uneasy times.​"

Mr Shamik Amin 

 

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), PGCE (Distinction), BSc (Hons), NVQ Speech and Language & Enhanced DBS checked.

MY SOLUTION

Classes with Shamik.

I am delivering virtual lessons of 40 mins focused on teaching the science curriculum from £12.99**.

 

**per week for the Year 7 & 8 Science class. The GCSE classes are from £34.99 for up to 6 lessons.

BENEFITS

These classes will benefit those looking to gain confidence in science and become better prepared for their GCSEs in 2021 and beyond.

Student

Parents

Wider Community

BOOK YOUR CLASS TODAY!

Please see an overview of the weekly schedule:

Weekly Schedule

Science class times at Adept Tuition
 

Here's how to book:

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 Within 24 hours, you will receive an email link to a registration page where you will need to enter your information.

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Post-registration - await approval onto future classes. 

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On the day of the class follow the instructions that were sent to you by email, login and enjoy the lesson live.

"Shamik is an excellent tutor who works really hard and brings out the best in your child. Great GCSE results."
"Great science tutor! I recommend services. Fab GCSE results - ‘A’s"
"Shamik is a great science tutor who really identifies the best ways to help people and is very flexible with his timings."
 

REVIEWS

FAQ's

What age groups are suitable for these classes?


Secondary school students from academic years of 7 -11. So, students aged 11-16.




Which classes are suitable for me?


For students in Years 7 & 8 (aged 11-13) - the Year 7 & 8 Science classes are suitable. They can attend the Essentials class and/or the Comprehensive class*.

*If the student is currently in Year 6 and going into Year 7 in September – they can attend the Year 7 & 8 Science Essentials class.

For students in Years 9, 10 & 11 (aged 14-16) – the GCSE classes are suitable*.

*If the student is currently in Year 8 and going into Year 9 in September – they can attend the GCSE essentials classes.




What is the difference between Essentials and Comprehensive?


The main difference is the level of complexity; however, the structure of the lesson remains the same.

Essentials classes – focuses on necessary basic topics and is suitable for all students studying GCSE Science.

Comprehensive classes – focuses on more advanced topics and is more suitable for students wanting more advanced learning.




What should we expect?


Once a class is booked and you have registered, you will receive an email with instructions to join the class, this will be through Zoom webinar.

It will be a 40-minute virtual class covering a Science topic. With the use of PowerPoint presentations, polling and sometimes Q&A’s opportunities. The Science topic will cover content that is essential to the curriculum. Examination style questions may be introduced as learning progresses. Refer to FAQ’s tab for further details.





Refer to Terms and Conditions for further details.

Adept Tuition

Principal and sole tutor: Mr Shamik Amin

07552 377 989

shamik.amin@adepttuition.com

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