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Featured This Half Term

26th Oct - 1st Nov

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Homemade Flatbread Pizza with Celebrity Masterchef Semi-Finalist

In this class Theo will get his hands (and yours!) messy making a two-ingredient flatbread that only takes 10 minutes to make and cook! Theo will also show how to turn the flatbreads into quick and delicious pizzas – perfect for kids and grown ups alike!

Stream
15 mins FREE

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Life Skills

Living, studying, and traveling abroad: Learn all about it with Klook.

In this class, the team at Klook are excited to bring to you a fireside chat where our team will share some of our best insights & life lessons learned during our experiences travelling, living, working and studying abroad.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Life Skills

Anxiety and how to look after yourself

'Fight', 'Flight', or 'Freeze'? 

Anxiety can feel debilitating at times, but there is a reason for it. In this webinar, Rosie will speak to students about why we experience anxiety to help give them the context behind what our brain is doing.

After better understanding our own feelings of anxiety, Rosie will then cover a quick technique in mindfulness that students can practice to strengthen their own coping mechanisms. 

Stream
15 mins £4.00

 Live Classes Coming Up

Monday 26th Oct @ 6pm

 

Curriculum Support

Study Habits - Taking and organising notes from lessons

This lesson looks at the different ways to take notes from lessons or lectures and how to organise them so they're useful for revision.

Live
20 mins £4.00

Tuesday 27th Oct @ 6pm

 

Curriculum Support

Maths KS3: Expand and Simplify Equations in Brackets

In this class Alexandra your tutor from SkyMath will consider exercises from GCSE, which include such basic skills as expanding and simplifying equations in brackets. Students will learn important theory and the differences between  typical exam exercises whilst putting all new information into practice.

Live
30 mins £3.00

Thurs 29th Oct @ 6pm

 

Curriculum Support

Maths KS4 Conditional Probability

In this class Daria your tutor from SkyMath, will talk about displacements and permutations in probability.  Theory and typical exam exercises will be considered.

Live
30 mins £2.50

Weds 4th Nov @ 5pm

 

Curriculum Support

French KS3 Food and Drink

Carol  your French Tutor, will cover food and drink and work step by step, including other vocabulary including connectives etc., working towards you being able to write your own sentences.

Live
20 mins £4.00

Fri 6th Nov @ 5pm

 

Curriculum Support

French KS4 Future Tense (le future simple)

Carol your French Tutor will cover the Future tense (le futur simple). Including working on vocabulary and brainstorming the future tense.

Live
20 mins £4.00

First Look Classes This Week

26th Oct - 1st Nov

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Scottish Gaelic: Asking How Someone Is

In this lesson, your tutor we will learn how to ask someone how they are and to give basic answers, using both positives and negatives. 

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Support

Biology KS4: Evolution

In this class we will look at how life on Earth began, from the first cells to the complex life of the modern world.  We will investigate how animals change over time and the fossil evidence of such changes.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Curriculum Support

Spanish: ¿Cómo es tu casa?

In this lesson we will revise the vocabulary related to where we live, in a house or a flat, whether it is in the countryside or in the city and whether it is a small house or a big house.  We will introduce descriptive adjectives such as big, small, old and new.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Curriculum Support

Spanish KS3: Tengo una mascota

In this lesson we will learn different animals in Spanish, we will learn how to describe them by using adjectives such as colours and adjectives for size.  We will also learn how to say what the name of our pet is in Spanish

Stream
20 mins £3.00

Stream Curriculum Classes This Week

26th Oct - 1st Nov

 

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

English Lit AS/A Level: Deconstruct and analyse any poem

Rosie your tutor, will talk you through how to examine a poem,  how a poem’s form, structure, language and context can shape its meaning.

This framework for analysis can help you approach any unseen poem and examine it through a more critical lens.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Curriculum Support

Adobe's Non-Fiction Writing Masterclass (Topic: Secret Smoking)

These lessons centre around short 2 minute videos designed to stimulate writing on a particular global issue. With the video, students are given the necessary background and context of an issue in order to answer four short questions as part of a 200 word challenge.

Given that this task represents 25% of the final mark in the English Language GCSE, this is without doubt the easiest way to improve your result! All GCSE Language boards require students to complete a piece of non-fiction on a given topic in one of the papers.

Stream
20 mins £1.50

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Curriculum Support

Maths KS3 : Factors and Multiples

This session is about understanding what a factor is and what a multiple is, and moving onto finding lowest common multiples and highest common factors of two or more numbers.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Curriculum Support

Maths KS4: Substitution

Pupils will be able to substitute into an expression and a formula by the end of this session using real life analogies to understand why substitution is used in Maths.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Curriculum Support

Biology KS4: Genetics

Every living organism is made up of cells, from single celled bacteria to complex organisms like animal and plants.

What makes us different? This lesson focuses on the structure of DNA, what it is made ofand how it is arranged. It also looks at genes as packets of information, and introduces need to know terminology for the GCSE.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Support

Physics KS4: GCSE Energy Forms and Transfers

Energy transfers happen around us all the time, and are the purpose of the machines we use in our daily lives. This lesson introduces the ideas;
1. that energy is conserved,
2. that energy can be transferred usefully or wasted,
3. how to represent the efficiency of these transfers using an equation and a diagram.

Stream
20 mins £2.00

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Curriculum Support

Chemistry KS4: Ions and ionic bonding

All substances are held together by different types of bonds.

This lesson addresses the idea of ion formation and ionic bonds between metal – non-metal
atoms.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Support

French KS3 Vocabulary

Carol, your language tutuor will cover vocabulary which generally comes up in KS3. This will include numbers, pets, family, months, days of the week.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Support

German KS3 Vocabulary

Carol your language tutor, will cover vocabulary which generally comes up in KS3. This will include numbers, pets, family, months, days of the week.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Support

Drama KS3/KS4 : Creating a Study Guide

A succinct session on how to create a study guide that breaks down any play, text, piece of drama.

This class will help students summarise elements like characters, themes, key quotes and context.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Sociology KS4: Families Past Paper

The purpose of this class is to work through a past exam paper for GCSE Sociology on 'Sociology of the Family', looking at how to answer exam questions. 

This lesson will help students to start revising early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

History KS4: The Hungarian Uprising

Following the death of Stalin in 1953 some of the East European countries felt that Khrushchev was not going to be such a ruthless leader.

This lesson looks at the reasons behind the uprising in 
Hungary in 1956, the response from the USSR and the consequences for other communist countries of Eastern Europe.

Stream
20 mins £2.00

Stream Life Skill Classes This Week

26th Oct - 1st Nov

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Personal Fitness: HIIT Class

I'm Patrick and I am a Personal Trainer (PT).  I’m going to show you my favourite workouts to do at home with no equipment, all you need is yourself.  There’ll be two rounds of 8 exercises that involve 30 seconds of working followed by 30 seconds of resting (and a warm up and cool down).

Stream
20 mins £3.00

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Life Skills

Principles of Digital Resilience

Good security and privacy is essential in every home. But as more and more students start to be exposed to apps such as TikTok, there's little information circulated about what they could do to keep themselves safe online. 

This class, which is part of a privacy and security series, aims to introduce students to the CIA principles. Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. 

Stream
20 mins FREE

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Competitiveness VS Jealousy

A little jealousy can actually be good for us, because it can drive us forward, induce a bit of healthy competition, and push us to be the best that we can be. But when it gets out of control, it can affect our feelings, thoughts and behaviours in powerful and damaging ways.

In this workshop, Rosie will talk you through how to better understand your feelings, and reflect on what they might be telling you about yourself. She will then talk you through a simple exercise to turn feelings of jealousy into a positive opportunity to set and achieve new goals. This can be applied in the classroom, in sport, as well as in peer relationships.

Stream
20 mins £2.00

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Building a Creative Writing Habit

Have you always wanted to be a writer?

Do you dream up amazing stories and ideas?

But do you find you don’t know how to start, or how to keep going on your creative projects?

This class teaches various tools to get you writing, building habits, and setting goals.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

Stream Careers Guidance Classes This Week

26th Oct - 1st Nov

On Demand

 

Careers Guidance

How to Become a Doctor

In this workshop, Laura will explain her journey into medicine.

Students will get an overview of her university course and the exams involved in getting her qualification as well as the different careers options available after university. 

Stream
30 mins + Q/A FREE

On Demand

 

Careers Guidance

How to Become a Freelance Writer

Everything you need to know about being a freelance writer, including what it’s like to work for yourself, and how to get yourself in magazines and newspapers (clue: you don’t necessarily need a qualification in journalism).

In this 20 minute class, Rosie draws on her own experience as a freelance writer to talk you through how to use work experience to your advantage, what it’s really like to work for yourself, and how you can make a career out of writing features for magazines, newspapers and online platforms, regardless of what you study at university.

Stream
20 mins £3.50

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Careers Guidance

Working as a Project Manager

Andrew Pritchard a Project Manager will talk through a day in the life of a Project Management role in IT and organisational change with a specific focus on how anyone can still be a successful Project Manager, even without in-depth knowledge of solution being delivered to the business. Some careers can sound complex and daunting to those starting out; Andrew explains why it is less scary than it sounds. 

Stream
20 mins FREE

Stream Curriculum Classes 

2nd-8th Nov

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Chemistry KS4: Atomic Structure of Elements

The modern periodic table is one of the most important pieces of work in chemistry, and adorns every science classroom.

This lesson covers the steps involved in the determination of the number of each subatomic particle present in each element atom, as well as their arrangement.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

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Curriculum Guidance

Physics KS4: Forces, Energy & Work

Every time we apply a force to move an object, or we experience a force on ourselves, energy is transferred, and work is done.

This lesson focuses on these key ideas of what happens when a force makes something move, and how we can classify appliances or scenarios as more or less powerful based on the rate of energy transferred.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Science KS3: Mixtures & Separation Techniques

Why is it that there is not enough drinking water in the world, when there are so many oceans?

This lesson attempts to answer this question, by discussing different types of substances, classifying them as pure or not, and then describing the steps that are taken in separating chemicals and why they work.

This lesson introduces concepts of filtration, distillation, and chromatography and how they work.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

French KS4 :Charity & Voluntary Work

Carol your language tutor will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of charity and voluntary work. She will cover key verbs and how to talk about voluntary work and working abroad and look at some reading texts.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

German KS4: Charity & Voluntary Work

Carol your language tutor will cover the main vocabulary in the topic of charity and voluntary work. She will cover key verbs and how to talk about voluntary work and working abroad and look at some reading texts.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Sociology KS4: 'Families' Exam Question Practice

This class focuses on how to answer 12 mark questions from paper 1 GCSE 'Sociology of the Family'. 

This lesson will help students to start revising early and not leave important exam practice until the last minute. 

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Maths KS3: Adding and Subtracting Fractions

This session is about being able to apply the knowledge of equivalent fractions and be able to add and subtract fractions including those with different denominators.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Maths KS3: Algebraic fractions

This session consolidates learning on all fraction types for KS3 students.

Stream
20 mins £3.50

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Maths KS4: Solving 2 Step Equations

This session focuses on solving equations where more than one operation needs to be carried out.

Stream
20 mins £3.50

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Curriculum Support

English/Drama KS4 : Breaking down Shakespeare Monologues

An in-depth breakdown and translation of one of Shakespeare's most famous monologues from A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Jane will talk through the passage of text and show how you can approach Shakespeare's monologues. Students will learn skills and approaches which can be applied to help understand other monologues.

Stream
20 mins £3.00

On Demand

 

Curriculum Support

Drama: Creating a Study Guide for a text or play

A succinct session on how to create a study guide that breaks down any play, text, piece of drama.

This class will help students summarise elements like characters, themes, key quotes and context.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

Stream Life Skill Classes 

2nd - 8th Nov

On Demand

 

Life Skills

How to Command and keep Respect

Rosie will coach you on how to make an excellent first impression, and talk you through what makes people lose respect for others, and how you can avoid that.

Whether you want to get on better with your school friends, cousins, siblings or team members, this webinar will teach you some important techniques for commanding respect without being showy, aggressive, or compromising who you are.

Stream
20 mins £2.50

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Financial Foundations: Saving, Spending, Debt

Sam the CEO of Moneyed will briefly introduce the different ways that you can save, the importance of having an emergency fund, and will talk about how you can earn free money via compounding.

She’ll cover the difference between essential and discretionary spending and outline the SMART way to stick to a budget.

 

Stream
20 mins FREE

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Creativity as Mental Health Management

This webinar provides a practical and optimistic look at how creative tools and techniques can help us manage our anxiety.

Creativity reduces anxiety, depression, and stress. Studies have found that creative activities help people manage their negative emotions in a productive way.

 

Live
20 mins £3.00

On Demand

 

Life Skills

Introuction To Yoga With Au Natch: Transitioning And Twists

We'll develop the flowing transitions of vinyasa yoga, introducing triangle poses and twists within poses we tried in the first class.

Stream
30 mins £3.50

Stream Careers Guidance Classes

2nd - 8th Nov

On Demand

 

Careers Guidance

The Art of Making Up your own Job Title

In this class, Kat will share her career journey discovering all the amazing jobs in the creative industry which no one tells you about, and the story of how she decided to start writing her own job titles and teach herself the skills she needed to land her dream job.

Stream
30 mins FREE

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Careers Guidance

How To be a Professional Fundraiser

In this class, Kat will talk through a day in the life of  a professional fundraiser. Kat will tell you about the journey she took in her career to get there and some of the alternative routes into the industry.

Kat will also discuss some of the skills they utilise every day in the job covering some of the highs and lows.

Stream
20 mins FREE

On Demand

 

Careers Guidance

Building a Company that Builds Things

In this class Kieran a CEO will talk about what it means to work in industry as opposed to services or professions and the opportunities that are out there for people.

He will discuss what led him to start his own company, Swyft, and why he thinks risk taking and entrepreneurship is something that can be learnt.

Stream
20 mins FREE

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