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KS3 Physics – Electricity

18 January @ 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm GMT

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An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, happening 6 times

£7.50 – £39.00

Physics is a fascinating subject exploring the laws that govern everything in the universe, from pollen grains to black holes. Think forces, electricity, magnets and waves…

This two year programme of 12 six-week topics will cover the KS3 National Curriculum for Physics. There will also be additional content to broaden interest in the subject – stuff there simply isn’t time to cover in schools! These topics are usually suited to students aged around 10-14 and will lay the groundwork for future study of GCSE Physics (or a similar qualification).

Lessons can be booked individually but there is a discount for booking whole topics. The lessons are taught ‘tutorial style’ to small groups of no more than 10. This enables the tutor to build rapport with students and each student to truly participate in the lesson and have their questions answered. Students are welcome to join any topic at any point. Students completing all lessons in a topic will receive a free certificate of completion.

Student cameras are encouraged but are optional. We do not make recordings of lessons available as our focus is on real-time live tuition and the building of meaningful tutor-student relationships. There is plenty of recorded material available online if you are looking for that (we can help you find some if you would like – they have way better production skills than we ever could manage!). If you miss a lesson in a topic just let us know and we’ll do what we can to help provide some catch up materials.

Topic: Electricity

Tues 04 Jan – Introduction to electricity

Tues 11 Jan – Series and parallel circuits

Tues 18 Jan – Voltage and circuits (theory)

Tues 25 Jan – Voltage and circuits (practicals)

Tues 01 Feb – Static electricity

Tues 08 Feb – Electric vehicles


18 January
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
£7.50 – £39.00
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Suggested age group
KS3: 10-14