Get ready for GCSE, A level,
IB exams this spring

  • Enhance your content knowledge and revise key topic in your chosen subjects
  • Plan your own timetable and choose workshops and surgeries according to your needs
  • Develop your higher order thinking skills
  • Improve your learning skills and exam techniques
  • Enjoy CLIL – Content and Language Integrated learning which gives a holistic approach

 

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13/10/2019

GCSE, A level and IB exam preparation

At Academic Camp Revision we offer workshops and surgeries at the following levels: GCSE (age 13 to 15 / years 10 and 11),  A Level / IB (age 16 to 18 / years 12 and 13) and in the following subjects: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology and Theory of Knowledge (TOK). In the afternoons, you can choose to have supervised independent study or take part in one of our lectures

06/10/2019

Exam preparation tailored
to your needs

Plan your own timetable and choose the subjects depending on your individual needs. Enhance your subject knowledge, revise key topicin your chosen subjects, improve your learning skills and exam techniques, develop your higher order thinking skills and much more during our two weeks intensive programme.Or join us just for couple of days/workshops depending on your needs.

03/10/2019

Spring Revision Camp
with a difference

Academic Camp Revision and Sidcot School have teamed together to offer you something different in the spring to help you get ready for your exams. Our methodology is centred around CLIL – Content and Language Integrated learningwhich gives a holistic approach to your learning. Reach for your future and get support you need.

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Academic Camp Revision and Sidcot School have teamed together to offer you something different in the spring to help you get ready for your exams. Our methodology is centred around CLIL – Content and Language Integrated learning which gives a holistic approach.

We will help you to:

 enhance your content knowledge and revise key topic areas in your subjects
• understand culture and your role as a global citizen so you can develop a reflective knowledge base in your subject
• develop your higher order thinking skills (critical, logical, reflective, metacognitive and creative thinking) 
• work on your language skills to achieve the highest results. You need to be able to understand what the question is asking and have good writing skills to communicate the best answer
• improve your learning skills and exam techniques so you study more effectively
• look after yourself and your mental health during stressful times

Subject workshops
and surgeries

You will plan your own timetable and choose the subject workshops and surgeries you want to participate in depending on your individual needs.
The workshops cover key subject content that is relevant across the exam boards
 In the surgeries you focus on your individual problem areas

We offer workshops and surgeries in the following levels and subjects:
 GCSE (age 13 to 15 / years 10 and 11)
 A Level / IB - International Baccalaureate (age 16 to 18 / years 12 and 13)

 Art  Biology  Chemistry  Economics  English  Mathematics  Physics  Psychology  Theory of Knowledge (ToK)


Lectures

You can choose to have supervised independent study or take part in one of our lectures. These include:

Study skills and revision techniques
Extended essay writing skills
 Managing your time and developing your personal study plan
 Looking after your mental health and managing exam stress
 Careers and UCAS support
 Writing your personal statement
 How to give a good interview

...and how will your day look like?

Timetable

7.45
Breakfast

8.45
Subject workshops

10.15
Break

10.45
Subject workshops

12.15
Lunch

Timetable

13.15
Subject workshops

14.45
Break

15.15
Subject surgeries and lectures 

18.00
Dinner 

19.00
Individual study/free time/swimming pool & sports hall available

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Leisure

In the evenings you can use the library and computers for self-study or you can choose to have some free time, go for a swim or use the sports hall.

If you are with us for two weeks you can join our Saturday trip and on Sunday there are optional activities on campus at Sidcot School.

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Location

Sidcot School is located in a beatiful and safe rural campus in the south-west of England. It is only 10 minutes by car from Bristol Airport and 40 minutes to the centre of Bristol. Bristol is one hour by train to London. 

Sidcot School is a school for students age 3-18. It is an IB World School and offers the IB Diploma and A-Levels in the Sixth Form. 

Sidcot School facilities include excellent sports facilities including a swimming pool, good IT facilities and wireless access throughout the campus, a library, an Art Centre with music, drama and art facilities, boarding accommodation with single and double rooms, a modern cafeteria offering three meals a day and horse-riding stables.

There is a coffee shop (Sidcot Hub) for students to buy coffee, tea and snacks. 

Accommodation

Academic Camp Revison
at Sidcot school

Girls and boys live in separate accommodation. You will stay in a comfortable boarding house with spacious double or triple bedrooms with shared bathrooms.

There is a cosy common room where you can relax, be with your friends, play games or watch TV and a kitchen to get a cup of tea or a snack if you feel like it in evenings.

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Work for us

Academic Camp Revision is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects its staff to share this commitment.
 
In the summer we employ a team of teachers who are qualified to teach their subjects and have experience in teaching one of the following: A-Level, IB, Advanced Placement or TEFL.
 
As well as experience we are looking for teachers that have enthusiasm and a love for their subjects. We like our teachers to make their subject options interesting and the lessons will be a mixture of theory and practical work.

We also look for enthusiastic camp counsellors/camp leaders. Ideal for this role are active people comfortable leading groups of students through activities and trips. You must be flexible throughout our course and have a few activity ideas up your sleeve!

Staff can work from one to six weeks dependant on their location. Teachers can work one to four teaching blocks a week and there is the opportunity to take part in additional counsellor work. We offer competitive rates of pay (advertised in the job description).

 
Please contact us for more information, email: info@academiccamp.org