Please note: We are closed for one week over the Easter holiday for our normal lessons (Last lesson Thursday 29th March - next lesson back Friday 6th April).
Our office will be closed from Fri 30th March till Thu 5th April. We will be open to Cellfield students only from Monday 9th April.
Your child might be:
- Writing SATs or GCSE after the Easter Holiday.
- Writing the 11+ or other Entrance exams this year.
- Attends Kip for English but can do with a Maths workshop and vice versa.
Our Easter Workshops are the ideal solution .....
|Writing workshop- Monday 9th 9:30-12:30
Here at Kip we have developed a writing technique that helps to make writing more manageable. We find that lots of our children find it difficult to know where to start with their writing as they want to include all the literary elements they have learned. Our writing technique makes writing more ‘formulaic’ so that the students can following 3 simple steps to ensure that their writing ‘ticks the boxes’ needed to get the highest marks that they can.
|Maths SATS workshop- Tuesday 10th 9:30-12:30
During our year 6 SATs maths workshop, students will look at exam strategy and how manage their time. They will work through a SATs style maths paper and look at how to answer questions ensuring that they achieve the maximum marks available.
|Reading SATS workshop- Wednesday 11th 9:30-12:30
Our year 6 SATs reading workshop will examine the different types of reading questions such as inference and locating information. As well as exam strategy, the students will look at a SATs style paper and how to answer questions fully.
|SPAG SATS workshop- Thursday 12th 9:30-12:30
Exam strategy is an important part of the grammar exam and so our workshop will focus on techniques and tips for taking the test as well as look at styles of questions. There will also be an element of revision to ensure that students fully understand the content of the paper.
If your child is sitting the 11+ the following workshops are for you :-)
|11+ CSSE English walking talking mock: Wednesday 11th 1-4pm
|11+ CSSE Maths walking talking mock: Thursday 12th 9:30-12:30
During our ‘walking, talking’ CSSE maths paper workshop, the student will be able to look at how to manage their time and how to answer question with different mark values. They will have the opportunity to discuss with other students how they ‘attack’ the papers and share good practice as well as learning ‘top tips’ from the teacher.
|11+ Vocabulary workshop: Thursday 12th 1:30-3:30|
Our 11+ Vocabulary workshop helps to develop the students use of language in order to add a level of maturity within their writing which boosts their levels. Through games and written tasks, the children will learn and apply new vocabulary to help to up level their work and gain extra marks in their exam.
If your child is doing either Maths or English Language GCSE the following workshops are for you :-)
|Maths : Monday 9th 1-4pm
These Maths workshops will be walking, talking mocks covering both the calculator and non-calculator papers. This will enable students to use exam skills to help them answer questions with teacher guidance. Students will be shown how to identify key words in questions in order to solve and will look at how to manage timings as well as talking through solutions for problems.
|AQA Eng Language: Tuesday 10th 1-4pm|
Our AQA English language paper workshop will cover the 6 questions covered in the papers 1 and 2. As well as looking at how to fully answer the questions in order to get the maximum marks, the students will be given strategies and examples of how to answer concisely so as to manage their timings. The session will allow for students to self and peer assess their work based on the assessment objectives that will explained within the session.
|Year 4 & 5: Monday 9th 1-4pm
Our year 4 and 5 writing workshop gives the students hints and tips that help them to include all the different elements of writing that they have learned within their work.
|Year 2 & 3: Friday 13th 9:30-12:30|
The year 2 and 3 writing workshop focuses on teaching children how to identify and include different word types and add more detail to their writing in line with the national curriculum. We also aim to expose children to a wider vocabulary that they can then start to include in their own writing. Each child is extended from their own unique starting point to ensure progress within the session.