Our CIE IGCSE ICT course allows you to learn with the flexibility of home education combined with expert tuition & marking every week. Covering the key aspects of both theory and practical papers, supported by a qualified ICT teachers – Holly Billinghurst & Gael Milligan-Grist.
Fees above are for one year of study representing £15 per week for 34 weeks of study (self-paced with marking is reduced to £7.50 per week). Although other courses may be cheaper, we have an absolute maximum of 10 students in a class, allowing us to give every child individual attention – every class is fully interactive with activities and notes provided.
It is assumed that students will be studying over two years, but we are aware that some students may wish to condense their study – and we have provided the option to attend both year 1 & 2 in parallel.
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Once registered, you will have access to the full course which covers all topics for the iGCSE ICT and is aimed at the full 120 – 180 hours of study required for a full Level 2 course. This includes:
- Video lessons from fully qualified ICT tutor (Holly Billinghurst)
- Weekly (term time) live group classes with our qualified Computer Science Tutor (Gael Milligan-Grist)
- Written content and downloadable tasks / worksheets
- Student message boards for help between lessons
- Assessment opportunities
- On Screen quizzes
- Practical ICT tasks
- Regular Tutor Marked Assignments throughout the course
- Tutor marked mock exam (new each year)
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):
- Current Groups:
- Tuesdays 9am – 10am
Frequently Asked Questions
Our IGCSE ICT course allows you to learn at your own pace, covering the key aspects of each of the three exam papers set by CIE, supported by qualified IT/Computer Science teachers.
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 are run by our IT specialist tutors and have been designed to give students the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback on their progress.
Important note: Our course covers the course content, however students are responsible for registering with an exam center and ensuring that they have sufficient time to cover the course content prior to exams. It is recommended that you allow 180 learning hours for a GCSE course, usually over the course of 18 – 20 months.