Easter Revision CourseIn: COEJ News
Our Easter Revision Courses aim to improve a student’s examination style and technique, while highlighting key concepts in the curriculum; all provided for in an Islamic environment.
Coming to the CoEJ Easter Revision Course could make the difference between getting a A or an A*; or securing a place at your first choice university rather than your second choice.
If you are worried about your Year 11 GCSE, AS or A2 examinations this summer, then these courses are for you. We offer many Subjects for all courses, with no restrictions on combinations or examination boards. GCSE students are offered a core package consisting of Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Physics; while A Level students have a choice of taught classes in Biology, Chemistry, Economics and Mathematics.
This course is characterised by its emphasis on past paper practice, examination technique and class sizes at most 8 for GCSE and 6 for A Level. The Easter Revision Course, has an atmosphere that is friendly and relaxed. Students are treated as adults, but there is a strict work ethic when it comes to punctuality and submission of work. Above all, an Islamic code of conduct is employed where students can work, play and pray together.
This year, the course will be held on Sunday 29 March – Friday 3 April 2015, at Malvern St James, an independent boarding and day school located in Great Malvern. This school boasts state of the art teaching and recreational facilities which will help students concentrate during the day and unwind at night.
Transport will be provided by CoEJ from London and Birmingham.
Kindly note that we will only be able to confirm your place for the Easter Revision Camp once you have made a payment. If for any reason, you decide not to attend the course after you have paid, there will be minimum charge of £150 to cover the cost we incur and the remaining will be refunded.
Should you require any further assistance in terms of payments/instalments or information regarding the course, kindly get in touch with CoEJ Secretariat on: 0208 696 5200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org