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HIGH ABILITY ENGLISH PROGRAMME

S t r e t c h Your Brain

Is your child a hardworking student? Does your child want to get top grades? 

                                                          MORE DATES COMING SOON!

Invicta National Academy is offering a new programme of “Higher Ability English” lessons after school. It will deliver a range of academic initiatives to help state schools to support and extend their high-ability students. 

This is a five-week supplementary course costing £40 (just £8 per week!) for KS2-KS4 

or £50 (£10 per week) for KS5. Lessons will be delivered by English specialist teachers via interactive, live Zoom sessions.   

Our Higher Ability Programme (H.A.P.) is structured according to age:

H.A.P. Primary for KS2 - “How to achieve greater depth?”

Tuesday 9th November at 5pm for 5 weeks

KS2 students will develop the potential to go deeper in their learning and understanding beyond what is expected for their age in English.  

H.A.P. for Years 6 & 7  - “How to attain top marks?”

Wednesday 10th November at 5pm for 5 weeks

Year 6 & 7 students will develop the key skills to strengthen their writing, using a variety of learning styles (auditory, visual and kinaesthetic). Students will understand the best way to revise and improve their skills in English. 

H.A.P. for Years 8 & 9 (KS3) - “How to be top of the class?”

Thursday 11th November at 5pm for 5 weeks

Year 8 & 9 students will develop impressive terminology in English and advance towards GCSEs. 

H.A.P. for Years 10 & 11 (KS4) - “How to get a Grade 9?”

Tuesday 9th November at 6pm for 5 weeks

Year 10 & 11 students will develop skills for GCSE and beyond.  Students will learn how to analyse the structure and skills to achieve the highest grades. The focus is how to  write at a higher level for a variety of styles and purposes. 

H.A.P. for Years 12 & 13 (KS5) - “How to get a Grade A*?” 

Thursday 11th November at 6pm for 5 weeks

Year 12 & 13 students will improve their language skills and gain an understanding of the underlying linguistic structures in both spoken and written English. Developing skills for university e.g., referencing, developing a reasoned and objective tone and refining reading, writing and analytical techniques in essays.