OUR AIM

Our aim is to understand every child and support him/her in performing to the best of their ability. We endeavour to identify each student's weaknesses and provide support to help them improve. We encourage parents to come in, upon appointment, where they can meet their child’s teachers and get feedback on their performance and progress. This allows us to work with the parents in striving to achieve the best for our students.

At A+Tec, we believe that children should be nurtured from a young age into the habits of studying. We intend to give a strong foundation of Mathematics at a Primary School level. Hence, we teach mathematics to students in Year 4 to 6 and these lessons will be conducted online via Zoom.

For KS3, we teach Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Each lesson lasts 1 hour and is taught to lesson plans carefully administered by the team leaders. These plans complement the National Curriculum as well as some local private schools. We aim to monitor the student’s progress by having tests every 6 weeks, in addition to homework, and progress reports will be sent to parents each term. Parent-teacher meetings can be arranged to discuss concerns when necessary.

The face-to-face classes will run from 9am to 1.15pm on Saturdays, with a short supervised break from 11am to 11.15am. Mathematics lessons are also conducted by Mr Siva during the weekdays online via Zoom.

Owing to the current situation classes will be conducted online, via Zoom, until further advice is given by the Government. These lessons will be an hour long and the timetable will be based on the availability of the teachers and students.

For GCSEs, we teach Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Further/Additional Mathematics. Each lesson is a duration of 90 minutes and is taught to lesson plans carefully administered by the team leaders. These plans complement the National Curriculum as well as some local private schools. During the lesson, teachers will teach a topic and then monitor exam questions/papers. We aim to monitor the student’s progress by having tests every 6 weeks, in addition to homework, and progress reports will be sent to parents each term. Parent-teacher meetings can be arranged to discuss concerns when necessary.

The face-to-face lessons will run from 9am to 3.30pm on Saturdays, with a 30 minutes lunch break from 12:00pm to 12:30pm. Mathematics lessons are also conducted by Mr Siva during the weekdays online via Zoom. At A+Tec, we cover all major UK exam boards.

Owing to the current situation classes will be conducted online until further advice is given by the Government. These lessons will also be 90 minutes long and the timetable will be based on the availability of the teachers.

For A-Levels, we teach Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Each lesson lasts for 90 minutes, which is then supplemented by the homework that is provided and checked to consolidate the students' understanding of the topics. In line with the current specifications, we work a two-year programme. We understand that schools may teach modules at different times across the two years.

At A+Tec, for the Mathematics students, we will teach Pure 1, Statistics 1 and Mechanics 1 in the first year, and Pure 2, Statistics 2 and Mechanics 2 in the second year. For the Further Mathematics students, we will teach all the above modules in the first year, and then Further Core 1, Further Core 2 along with their two chosen modules in the second year. Students are expected to sit for all the modules of Mathematics and not individually chosen modules.

Owing to the current situation classes will be conducted online until further advice is given by the Government. These lessons will also be 90 minutes long and the timetable will be based on the availability of the teachers.

Owing to Covid-19, at A+Tec, we understand the need for tutoring outside the vicinity of our teaching premises and hence as of April 2020 we have started online teaching via Zoom. Our students would be expected to use Google Classroom/Drive to submit their classwork and homework. This will allow the teachers to monitor and correct the work, as well as provide feedback to each student about how they can improve.

Introducing this new online facility allows us to help new students who cannot travel to Holy Cross (New Malden) to join the lessons via Zoom.





At A+tec, we understand the importance of practising exam questions to gain familiarity and confidence prior to sitting for the exam. We feel that learning the theory can only be consolidated by putting it into practise. So, we do our best to give our students the opportunity to do this at no extra cost.

Exam students are provided with free additional lessons to prepare for their upcoming GCSE and A-Level examinations. The students are given the opportunity to do past papers and tutorial sheets in a supervised environment, where teachers are available to answer queries and help master exam techniques. A special effort is made to monitor the progress of each student by checking their work, marking their work and noting their areas of weakness.