Key stage 3
The first few years of your child’s secondary education are crucial in order to build good learning foundations.
The jump from primary to secondary education can also be a big change for children, who can often struggle with the change of environment and structure.
Key stage 3 requires a much higher level of self-motivation and independence from children. Some students adapt well, but many can either get left behind or fail to fulfil their true potential.
Extra tuition during years 7, 8 and 9 can help your child stay on track and make it easier for them to succeed at GCSE and A Level.
But don’t just take our word for it, read more from our students and their families.