For those looking for Mathematics tuition in the new academic year, we are happy to say there are still a few places available in the group lessons run by Vivek Gathani. Starting on the 3rd of September, the lessons will take place over weekends, with each specialised group comprising of a maximum of 6 pupils in the same age group.
Currently, we still have availability for the following groups:
Y5 11+ Preparation group, Sundays 10:00-11:30 (2 places available)
Y6 11+ Preparation group, Saturdays 9:00-10:30 (1 place available)
Y7-8 Key Stage Three group, Sundays 12:00-13:30 (2 places available)
Y8 Key Stage Three group, Mondays 17:30-19:00 (2 places available)
Y9-10 Key Stage Four group, Sundays 16:00-17:30 (1 place available)
Y11 GCSE Preparation group, Sundays 14:00-15:30 (2 places available)
For more information, please see the leaflet.
To book your place, please call 0203 565 0539 or email us at email@example.com.
We have been busy this summer, with a newly decorated classroom, the introduction of group lessons, and now, a refreshing facelift for our newsletter. We hope you like it!
Trefoil Tutors Newsletter August 2016
Regular practice is key to mastering a foreign language. Therefore, this week we would like to offer you a worksheet for practising tenses in French. Aimed at capable GCSE candidates and A-level students.
Our warmest congratulations to all of our tutees for successfully finishing another academic year! We hope you had an interesting, rewarding and challenging year and are looking forward to a relaxing summer. Have a lovely break and we look forward to welcoming you back in September!
How many triangles can you see in this picture?
Our tutors are currently taking bookings for lessons over the summer and in September ’16. If you are looking to start tuition, or continue your lessons, please speak to your tutor, or give us a call on 0203 565 0539 to discuss times and tutor availability. We look forward to hearing from you!
What digits should replace the letters M and A to make the equation MA + A = AM correct?
Great news for all maths students – our Mathematics tutor Vivek Gathani is now answering any maths-related queries on his new Twitter account @Trefoil_Maths. Follow Vivek’s account and get useful maths advice from a qualified teacher!
When the day after tomorrow is yesterday, today will be as far from Wednesday as today was from Wednesday when the day before yesterday was tomorrow. What is the day after this day?
This week, have a look at this GCSE Physics revision worksheet on Pendulums and try some of the typical questions on the topic.