First Study Tuition Centre

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Secondary is from Year 7 to Year 9 and we believe thus us a vital stage in a student’s studying life as they are opted into either the foundation or higher tier of their exams. Hence First study Tuition centre equips our ks3 students with the knowledge, skills and attributes to become confident and proficient life- long learners.

We cover a range of subjects including English, Maths and Science. Our group consist of a maximum of 4 students per teacher as we believe students deserve undivided attention to attain the highest grades. We individualise our class to best suit the student’s need. In year 9 we provide 1to 1 mentoring with parents and students to help them choose which subjects they wish to take at GCSE. This allows us to discuss and understand where the student’s interest lies. Our experience tutors are also able to share their views and experiences with the students.

Our tutors provide regular homework which help students develop valuable independent learning skills. The homework tasks vary and includes; questions and research- based activities based on the topics learnt in class to check understanding and consolidate learning.

Specific Areas of Learning


From year 7 students will focus on both English Language and English literature equally. For literature, they will consolidate their knowledge of grammar, punctuation and spelling through one of the modern novels including Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, ‘Hamlet’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘An Inspector calls’ and ‘Macbeth’.  Students will regularly analyse fiction and non-fiction texts and practice their writing for different audiences and purposes.

In year 8, students begin with a more advanced literacy where extend their knowledge of grammar punctuation and spelling; key components in the GCSE. Students continue to regularly analyse fiction and non-fiction and practice their writing for different audiences and purposes.

Year 9 are introduced to the GCSE English language and Literature. Students start to practice exam questions and tackle any exam techniques.


Students will be trained in Numbers, algebra, ratio and proportion and rates of change, geometry and measures, probability and statistics from basic to advanced level throughout their KS3 phase. Throughout the national curriculum tracker followed by the tutors, students are expected to develop fluency, reason mathematically and solve problems using numerical methods and techniques.