• Our child will be less inhibited in a new environment – students perform better when they don’t have to worry about existing hierarchies. In other words, your child can focus better because they don’t have to worry about their friends from school. They will also do better because they work in small groups rather than alone. Welcome to CCSS to know more about independent boarding schools.
Your child needs all the revision they can get – the A Level exams are not that far away. One way to help him or her is to send her to the Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies for Easter revision courses. Each year, CCSS hosts students during the Easter period. Well trained and highly experienced teachers take them through thorough revision courses. Their timetable is designed to add to the knowledge your child already has. Teachers teach A2, AS and GCSE revision courses. Here is why you should choose CCSS for your child’s Easter revision:
• They have one of the best A Level pass rates in the country. In the past 5 years, they have managed to send 99% of their students to institutions of higher education. This is because they have very experienced teachers. Even though your child will spend only a few days with them you can be sure that they will come away with knowledge that will help them to pass their exams.
• The school insists on maintaining small classes during the revision period. Your child will share a class with no more than 9 other students. If they have problems in specific areas the teachers will be able to give them the attention they require. Small class sizes means that you should book a spot early. Visit our site to get more details of private boarding schools.
• Your child will not need to commute – there are boarding houses within walking distance. Each student has their own en suite room where they can study after classes. They all get 3 meals a day and a snack in the evening. There is a boarding manager present at all times to supervise the children and also to walk them to and from class.
• The subjects are taught for three and a half hours so teachers have the time to go into detail and also to answer any questions that the students might have. Teachers assess students at the end of each day to see how much progress they are making.