Online group tuition starts from £6 per person per lesson, making it a more affordable way to access the content and revision exercises that we use and create.
Group English tuition runs exclusively on Zoom. This means that, irrespective of where you are in the country (or even the world!), or whether or not schools are opening, students get good quality lessons that keep them engaged.
Online group English tuition is available for GCSE students in year 10 and 11, but will be looking to expand this in the near future.
Carnegie Reading Group - 11-16
Reading for Fun
The Carnegie award is an award for the best children’s books of the year. In 2020 we’ve taken the reading group online so students get to read, discuss and enjoy some amazing fiction.
Each online reading group session, we will discuss what we have been reading each week and get more book recommendations to add to our lists.
Then, when the Carnegie shortlist is announced, we will read our way through the books to decide our own winner.
This reading group is charged half termly (6 weeks). Students and parents will have the option of purchasing the full shortlist from us at a discount when it is released.
Our online English workshops run at different points in the year to help students revise for their 11+ and GCSE English language and literature exams.
They are an ideal way to recap and revise information ahead of mock exams and get a few last minute tips from examiners.
For more information, please go to our Workshops page.
Home Education Group Lessons
At the moment we only offer a few online group lessons, but we are hoping to increase the number of groups that we run. Check back here soon, or contact Jennifer for updates.
Alternatively, if you have a group of students that need an excellent English teacher – get in touch! We will be happy to work with you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the FAQ for Group Tuition
How much does it cost?
That depends on the group type. Typically, our weekly online English lessons start from just £6.
Can you just 'drop in'?
We ask students to commit to a half term block of lessons, rather than ‘drop in’ to one or two. There are many benefits to regular online tuition and we want to see students progress as quickly as they can.
What happens if I'm too ill to attend a lesson?
Firstly, we hope you get better soon!
Session materials will be emailed to you after each lesson so you always have them for reference.
What level do you teach groups to?
Only GCSE groups are online at the moment, but we hope to be able to run online English lessons for KS2 and KS3 soon!