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A Level Computer Science

A Level Computer Science

Our A Level Computer Science course follows the OCR Computer Science specification and includes everything needed to complete your studies as a private candidate.

In year 1, you will be learning the fundamentals of computer systems and building your programming knowledge to allow you to begin the planning and prototyping phases of your programming project.

When you reach year 2, you will build on your knowledge to complete your programming project and continue to deepen your understanding of computer systems including the ethical considerations of working in a world that uses computing daily.

A level computer science distance learning

Throughout your course, you will be supported by your tutor through weekly tutor marked assignments and live classes that enable you to access the specialist knowledge that has gone into building this online course.

To assist your independent learning, your course includes:

Written topic introductions

Video resources for key topics from your tutor

Resources and activities for each topic of the course

A week by week study plan to help you organise your time

Online support from your tutor between lessons


Studying for an A Level is a serious committment, so we ask you to apply in advance. Please complete the application form to register your interest in applying for September 2023

The OCR A Level Computer Science course consists of three components that you will study over two years. As there is a coursework element to the course, you will be required to attend some additional coursework lessons to allow your tutor to authenticate your work.

Paper 1: Computer Systems

Written Exam (2h 30m)

Weighting: 40%

The internal workings of the (CPU), data exchange, software development, data types and legal and ethical issues.

Paper 2: Algorithms & Programming

Written Exam (2h 30m)

Weighting: 40%

Using computational thinking to solve problems.

NEA: Programming Project

Non-Exam Assessment

Weighting: 20%

Students will be expected to analyse a problem, design, develop, test, evaluate, and document a program. The program must be to solve it written in a suitable programming language

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Exam Fees & Registration Included?

Our course covers the full course content, however students are responsible for registering with an exam centre and ensuring that they have sufficient time to cover the course content prior to exams. The exam board recommendation for an A Level course is 360 guided learning hours over two years.

Tutors and examsWe are an approved partner with the Tutors & Exams private exam centre and as such our students are able to apply to book with the UK centres with preferential rates. Please get in touch with us for our T&E partner code once enrolled should you wish to sit your exams with them. This code will be confirmed with us to enable your partner rate.

Students Outside The UK

OCR is a UK exam board and as such, whilst your course may be studied from anywhere in the world, you will be required to register and sit your final exams at a UK exam centre.

International A Level courses are available through alternative exam boards, however as these require practical exams this has made it difficult for home educated private candidates to identify exam centres. As such, we have made the decision to offer what we feel is the most accessible specification.

Does The Course Include Live Tuition?

This course, includes a weekly live class for students our students via zoom. All live lessons are run as an interactive classroom with activities, notes, and help included.

To allow Holly to provide individual assistance and build strong relationships with our students, we limit our group sizes to 10.

Between lessons, additional assistance is available through the student messaging system.

Do the Course Fees Include Coursework Marking?

Yes. As a fundamental part of the course is your programming project, this is supervised and marked as part of your course fees.

All coursework is completed under our Academic Honesty policy and additional 1-2-1 sessions are included within your fees to cover coursework authentication.

Students will be expected to work to clear deadlines in order for work to be marked and submitted.

Do I need Any Textbooks / Resources?

There is no need for any additional textbook as all resources for learning are included in your course.

Whilst the course has been designed to include all of the information required to study our units, you will require access to certain software to allow you to prepare for the practical aspects of the exam.

It is assumed that you will have access to Office application (Microsoft or Open Office). Other units require a free website account to access them (in particular, Repl.it for programming).

Does The Course Include Practical Programming Skills?

Yes. We ensure that all of our courses from KS3 to A Level include practical aspects in both the independent lessons and live classes. You can expect to be guided through practical programming skills through a series of regular Tutor Marked Assignments that include a programming question every week, and annual mock exams with full tutor feedback.

Should we find ourselves in a situation where exams are cancelled and tutor marked grades are used as a replacement, an additional invigilated mock exam and tutor report will be included at no extra charge.

Do You Offer Any Discounts / Taster Lessons?

I am always happy to offer a trial lesson for a one-off payment of £20 where spaces permit. Alternatively, you can access a pre-recorded taster course for free here.

Each year, we offer a small number of privately funded scholarships to students who have reserved a place on our courses. To apply for a 2022/23 scholarship place, please apply here

Do I Have The Option To Cancel?

Your committment to the course is by half term (approximately 6 weeks). Should you find that the course is not for you, your weekly payments will be stopped at the end of the current half term, and a refund will be given for any overpayment where applicable.

Can I Enrol As An Adult Learner?

Although we do not offer our other distance learning courses to adults, we are able to offer a place to adult learners for A Level in line with UK colleges & sixth forms.

Improving Productivity Using IT (J/502/4156)

Improving Productivity Using IT (J/502/4156)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Extra)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 2

BCS Credit Value : 4

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Database Software (M/507/9684)

Database Software (M/507/9684)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Extra)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 2

BCS Credit Value : 4

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Presentation Software (M/502/4622)

Presentation Software (M/502/4622)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Extra)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 2

BCS Credit Value : 4

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Spreadsheet Software (F/502/4625)

Spreadsheet Software (F/502/4625)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Extra)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 2

BCS Credit Value : 4

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Word Processing (F/507/9687)

Word Processing (F/507/9687)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Extra)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 2

BCS Credit Value : 4

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Using The Internet (T/502/4296)

Using The Internet (T/502/4296)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 1 Award in IT User Skills
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 1

BCS Credit Value : 3

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

IT Security for Users (R/502/4256)

IT Security for Users (R/502/4256)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 1 Award in IT User Skills
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 1

BCS Credit Value : 3

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

Using Email (J/502/4299)

Using Email (J/502/4299)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 1 Award in IT User Skills
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 1

BCS Credit Value : 2

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

IT User Fundamentals (J/502/4206)

IT User Fundamentals (J/502/4206)

This unit may be sat as as stand-alone ICT course, or as part of the following qualifications:

  • BCS Level 1 Award in IT User Skills
  • BCS Level 2 Certificate in User Skills (ICDL Core)
  • Level 1, 2 , or 3 Flexible Certificate / Award in IT User Skills

For this course to be counted towards the qualifications above, please ensure that you have registered for these separately.

Level : 1

BCS Credit Value : 3

Recommended Duration: 30 hours

A Level Computer Science Masterclasses Taster

A Level Computer Science Masterclasses Taster

Welcome to A Level Computer Science! This is a taster lesson for our A Level level courses for learners considering joining us for weekly group revision.

This is a chance to meet our tutor and see what our courses are like before enroling. Please scroll down to access the taster lessons!

TeachAllAboutIt is a small company with tutors who are also specialist teachers in their field. We’re always happy to listen to your feedback and will try to make our courses as fun and as accessible as we possibly can.

What we learn in Computer Science:

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting in September and following the full course. The course is run over a year with the option of continuing in a revision group through year 13 with assistance with exam technique and practical application of knowledge.

Before a Live LessonDuring A Live LessonAfter A Live Lesson
Pre-Recorded topic video (aimed at grade D-B)
Revision Notes
Further your your understanding with exam style questions & group quizzes (aimed at grade B – A*)Complete tutor marked exam questions

Test your understanding with online quizzes

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with multiple exam boards (AQA, OCR, & CIE) and delivers topics that will help all A Level Computer Science students make progress. All assessments are against the National Curriculum KS5 standards or above.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the timetable links below:

Click To See 2022/23 Term Dates

2022

TermDates
Autumn term 2022Starts: Monday 5th September
Half term: Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Ends: Friday 16 December

2023

TermDates
Spring term 2023Starts: Tuesday 3rd January
Half term: Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February
Ends: Friday 31st March
Summer term 2023Starts: Monday 17th April
Half term: Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June
Courses end: TBC
Tuition ends: Thursday 20th July (or the date of your final exam)
Click To See September 2022 Timetable
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GCSE Computer Science Masterclasses Taster

GCSE Computer Science Masterclasses Taster

Welcome to GCSE Computer Science! This is a taster lesson for our GCSE level courses for learners considering joining us for weekly group revision.

This is a chance to meet our tutor and see what our courses are like before enroling.

To book a place on the live lesson on 2nd July at 10am please click here

TeachAllAboutIt is a small company with tutors who are also specialist teachers in their field. We’re always happy to listen to your feedback and will try to make our courses as fun and as accessible as we possibly can.

What we learn in Computer Science:

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting in September and following the full course.

Before a Live LessonDuring A Live LessonAfter A Live Lesson
Pre-Recorded topic video (aimed at grade 4-6)
Revision Notes
Further your your understanding with exam style questions & group quizzes (aimed at grade 7-9)Complete tutor marked exam questions

Test your understanding with online quizzes

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with multiple exam boards and delivers topics that will help all GCSE & iGCSE Computer Science students make progress. All assessments are against the Nation Curriculum KS4 standards or above.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the links below:

Term Dates & Timetables

iGCSE Computer Science Taster

iGCSE Computer Science Taster

Welcome to iGCSE Computer Science! This is a taster lesson for our GCSE level courses for learners considering studying Computer Science as a distance learning course.

This is a chance to meet our tutor and see what our courses are like before enroling. Please scroll down to access the taster lessons!

TeachAllAboutIt is a small company with tutors who also home educate their own children. We’re always happy to listen to your feedback and will try to make our courses as fun and as accessible as we possibly can.

What we learn in Computer Science:

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting in September and allowing the full 2 years of study as the course requires a lot of technical understanding and the specification has increased significantly for the 2023 update.

PaperTopicsType
Paper 1Theory of ComputingWritten paper
Paper 2Application of Programming TheoryWritten paper with coding

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with both the Cambridge iGCSE Computer Science 0478 & 0984 specifications. All assessments include tutor marking & feedback.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the links below:

iGCSE Computer Science – Year 1

iGCSE Computer Science – Year 2

iGCSE Computer Science – Condensed (1 year – both classes)

Click To See 2022/23 Term Dates

2022

TermDates
Autumn term 2022Starts: Monday 5th September
Half term: Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Ends: Friday 16 December

2023

TermDates
Spring term 2023Starts: Tuesday 3rd January
Half term: Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February
Ends: Friday 31st March
Summer term 2023Starts: Monday 17th April
Half term: Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June
Courses end: TBC
Tuition ends: Thursday 20th July (or the date of your final exam)
iGCSE ICT Taster

iGCSE ICT Taster

Welcome to iGCSE ICT! This is a taster lesson for our GCSE level courses for learners considering studying IT as a distance learning course.

This is a chance to meet our tutor and see what our courses are like before enroling. Please scroll down to access the taster lessons!

TeachAllAboutIt is a small company with tutors who also home educate their own children. We’re always happy to listen to your feedback and will try to make our courses as fun and as accessible as we possibly can.

What we learn in ICT:

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting in September and allowing the full 2 years of study as the course requires a lot of technical understanding for the two practical exams.

PaperTopicsType
Paper 1Theory of ICT & business use of technologyWritten paper
Paper 2Document Production, Databases, & PresentationsPractical Exam (on screen)
Paper 3Spreadsheets & Website AuthoringPractical Exam (on screen)

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with the Cambridge iGCSE ICT (0417) A* – G specification. All assessments are against the Nation Curriculum KS4 standards or above.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the timetable links below:

Click To See 2022/23 Term Dates

2022

TermDates
Autumn term 2022Starts: Monday 5th September
Half term: Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Ends: Friday 16 December

2023

TermDates
Spring term 2023Starts: Tuesday 3rd January
Half term: Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February
Ends: Friday 31st March
Summer term 2023Starts: Monday 17th April
Half term: Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June
Courses end: TBC
Tuition ends: Thursday 20th July (or the date of your final exam)
Click To See September 2022 Timetable
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KS3 Taster

KS3 Taster

Welcome to KS3 Computing! This is a taster lesson for our Pre-GCSE courses.

This is a chance to meet our tutor and see what our courses are like before enroling. Please scroll down to access the taster lessons!

TeachAllAboutIt is a small company with tutors who also home educate their own children. We’re always happy to listen to your feedback and will try to make our courses as fun and as accessible as we possibly can.

What we learn in Year 1:

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting at the beginning of a half term as the course is divided into topics. Each half term is 5 weeks long with an independent assessment at the end.

Half TermTopicsTutor
Sept – Oct The History of Data (from cave paintings to computers)Holly Billinghurst
Nov – DecWeb Awareness (e-safety & netiquette)Jay Shurey
Jan – Feb Python Turtle ProgrammingHolly Billinghurst
March – AprSpreadsheets (ICT)Holly Billinghurst
Apr – JuneProgramming Concepts in ScratchJay Shurey

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with year 7 – 9 in British schools. All assessments are against the Nation Curriculum KS3 standards or above with the added flexibility of home education. A full curriculum is covered each year with extra topics covered over the three KS3 courses.

Attending a single year of KS3 does not prevent students from progressing to GCSE/iGCSE.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the timetable links below:

Click To See 2022/23 Term Dates

2022

TermDates
Autumn term 2022Starts: Monday 5th September
Half term: Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Ends: Friday 16 December

2023

TermDates
Spring term 2023Starts: Tuesday 3rd January
Half term: Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February
Ends: Friday 31st March
Summer term 2023Starts: Monday 17th April
Half term: Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June
Courses end: TBC
Tuition ends: Thursday 20th July (or the date of your final exam)
Click To See September 2022 Timetable
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KS3 Computing – Group 2

KS3 Computing – Group 2

Welcome to KS3 Computing Group 2! Scroll down to open your lessons for the course.

KS3 Group 2 Classes are Wednesdays at 9am BST (maximum 10 students)

Go to the “Live Lessons” link

Gradebook

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Our KS3 Computing course allows your child to follow a course of study based around the latest British computing curriculum, informed by our work with the National Center for Computing Education. Students learn at their own pace, covering the key aspects of Computing: ICT, Digital Literacy, & Computer Science.

Our KS3 courses are divided into 3 separate courses, allowing student to progress to GCSE/iGCSE at a pace that suits them best. Each of our KS3 courses are aimed at students aged 11 – 14 and are led by a qualified Computer Science teacher (Holly Billinghurst) who specializes in distance learning.

As part of this distance learning course, students have the option to access a weekly live class (term time) covering different aspects of the course. Live classes have been designed to give students the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback on their progress as well as having an opportunity to work alongside other students.

KS3 Year 1 Classes are : Mondays at 11.30am UK Time (maximum 10 students)

KS3 Year 2 Classes are : Wednesdays at 9am UK Time (maximum 10 students)  

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with year 7 – 9 in British schools. All assessments are against the Nation Curriculum KS3 standards or above. Full curriculum is covered over the three KS3 courses but does not prevent students from progressing to GCSE.

Our KS3 Computing classes run over 5 terms with an additional summer project for students wishing to study past the May half term. Live classes are run in groups of 6 weeks with end of topic assessments set at the end of each. Each topic includes:

  • Pre-Recorded video lessons introducing the key aspects of the topic
  • Downloadable tasks
  • Assignments
  • Quiz / Interactive task to test your knowledge
  • Optional live lessons with a subject specialist tutor via Zoom

Fees above are for one year of study representing £11.25 per week for 5 terms study (September to May/June). Although other courses may be cheaper, we have an absolute maximum of 10 students in a class, allowing Holly to give every child individual attention – every class is fully interactive with activities and notes provided.

Live Classes

Group lessons take place via Zoom with a maximum group size of 10 to allow all students to participate fully. Once courses are full, I am unable to take further enrolments for the live class. Current classes (2nd year remains at the same time as the year 1 class where possible).

Frequently Asked Questions

Does The Course Include Live Tuition?

The course has been designed as a stand-alone distance learning course, but includes access to an optional weekly live class for students our students via zoom.

All live lessons are run as an interactive classroom with activities, notes, and help included.

To allow Holly to provide individual assistance and build strong relationships with our students, we limit our group sizes to 10.

How Do I Access The Live Class?

Once you have enrolled for the option which includes live classes, you will be provided a link to our live classes directly through the online course.

When logging into Zoom, we ask that your Zoom name is your child’s first name, or a recognisable username. This helps us to keep classrooms safe. Where someone logs into a Zoom classroom with an unrecognised name, a message will be sent to the waiting room asking them to update their username.

To join a zoom meeting with a different username, click the “Join” button in the Zoom App:

Zoom join

Then enter the zoom meeting ID and update your name on the pop up:

Zoom join meeting

Do I need Any Textbooks / Resources?

There is no need for any additional textbook as all resources for learning are included in your course.

Whilst the course has been designed to include all of the information required to study our units, you will require access to certain software to allow you to prepare for the practical aspects of the exam.

It is assumed that you will have access to Office application (Microsoft or Open Office). And a free account with Scratch.mit.edu and Repl.it will be needed.

Does The Course Include Practical Programming Skills?

Yes. We ensure that all of our courses from KS3 to A Level include practical aspects in both the independent lessons and live classes. You can expect to be guided through practical programming skills through at least two of our topics every year.

At the end of the year, an additional Programming Club / Games Jam is run for all students between June & July.

Do You Offer Any Discounts / Taster Lessons?

I am always happy to offer a trial lesson for a one-off payment of £11.25 where spaces permit. Alternatively, you can access a pre-recorded taster course for free here.

Standard fees are through the weekly installment plan, but we do offer a 25% reduced fee for payment in full at the start of the year.

Each year, we offer a small number of privately funded scholarships to students who have reserved a place on our courses. To apply for a 2022/23 scholarship place, please apply here

Do I Have The Option To Cancel?

Your committment to the course is by half term (approximately 6 weeks). Should you find that the course is not for you, your weekly payments will be stopped at the end of the current half term, and a refund will be given for any overpayment where applicable.

Can I Enrol As An Adult Learner?

As live classes are aimed at under 18s, we are unable to accept adult learners in the live classes. However, adult learners can complete the course as a self-paced option with tutor marking, or through individual tuition.

Lessons are set to be live each half term, but you’ll be able to see what’s coming up using the lesson links below.

To access your live lesson link, please go to the live lessons under Course Introduction.

Message Boards

For help & support in between live lessons, please use the online message boards:

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Our Curriculum for Year 2

Each of our KS3 courses covers a range of topics each year allowing our learners to access the full range of computing – not just programming! (although there is programming included every year)

Students can enrol at any time, but we strongly recommend starting at the beginning of a half term as the course is divided into topics.

Half Term Topics Day of Live Lesson Tutor
Sept – Oct Computer Hardware – what’s inside the box? Group 1: Wednesdays @9am BST Holly Billinghurst
Nov– Dec Web Programming (coding an interactive advent calendar) Group 1: Wednesdays @9am GMT Holly Billinghurst
Jan – Feb More About Malware (e-safety & netiquette) Group 1: Wednesdays @9am GMT Jay Shurey
Feb – Mar /Apr Programming in Python Group 1: Wednesdays @9am GMT Holly Billinghurst
Apr – June Codebreaking with Spreadsheets (ICT) Group 1: Wednesdays @9am BST Holly Billinghurst

*please note change of time BST/GMT if you are attending internationally

Important note: Our course covers a curriculum in line with year 7 – 9 in British schools. All assessments are against the Nation Curriculum KS3 standards or above. Full curriculum is covered over the three KS3 courses but does not prevent students from progressing to GCSE.

Creative iMedia – Games Design Taster

Creative iMedia – Games Design Taster

This pre-enrolment course has been designed to introduce you to the Cambridge Creative iMedia (Games Design) distance learning course with TeachAllAboutIt. As the course has changed significantly for September 2022 onwards, we require all students to complete this introduction course before enrolling in the full course.

The introduction content in here will introduce you to each unit, exam board advice, and what you need to do as a distance learner to complete the course. Please scroll down to access the taster lessons!

Important Note: The Updated OCR Specification for September 2022 has changed significantly to the current course. Due to the coursework units, we are unable to offer this without live classes.

To reserve your place & enrol onto any of our 2022/23 courses, please use the timetable links below:

Click To See 2022/23 Term Dates

2022

TermDates
Autumn term 2022Starts: Monday 5th September
Half term: Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Ends: Friday 16 December

2023

TermDates
Spring term 2023Starts: Tuesday 3rd January
Half term: Monday 13th February to Friday 17th February
Ends: Friday 31st March
Summer term 2023Starts: Monday 17th April
Half term: Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June
Courses end: TBC
Tuition ends: Thursday 20th July (or the date of your final exam)
Click To See September 2022 Timetable
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