The Summer 2021 Mid IB Maths Preparation Course
The Pre IB Maths course is aimed at current Year 11 students who from September 2021 will be embarking on the IB Higher Level or the IB Standard Level courses in either Mathematics: Applications and Interpretations or Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches and HAVE NOT studied Maths beyond IGCSE or GCSE or equivalent. These courses are not aimed at students who have already completed the Additional Maths course.
The structure of the Pre- IB Maths course is here
Dates and Times:
Session 1: 22-24 August (Boarders arriving evening of 21 Aug; depart 24 Aug)
Session 2: 25-27August (Boarders arriving evening of 24 Aug; depart 27 Aug)
Each course will include a total of 16.5 hours of tuition and teaching. Classes will start at 09.00 and conclude at 16.00 for the three days of the course. There is an hour for lunch (provided as part of the cost) in the middle of the day.
Students are also expected to complete approximately two hours of work on the two evenings when there are classes the following day.
If you have any queries, please contact the course coordinator, Mr Paul Thompson.
Cost of Review Courses
Three Day Course
Day student £555 with *early bird booking rate of £530
Boarding student (Sevenoaks pupils) £790 with *early booking rate of £750
Boarding student (non-Sevenoaks pupils) £945 with *early booking rate of £895
*early bird rate would apply to applications before 1 May 2021.
In the event of cancellation before 1 July 2021, £100 is non-refundable. If we are informed of cancellation after 1 July none of the fee will be refunded. The last date for full receipt of payment is 1 July. Registration after 1 July will be accepted if there is space on the course.
The Residential Option
Those attending either course will be asked to arrive at their allocated residence any time between 16.00 and 21.00 on the day before the course starts and will stay a total of three nights for each course. Students will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses. All residents will be accommodated in bed-sitting rooms where there will be facilities to work in the evening. A member of the school’s academic boarding house staff will be on permanent duty during the course and be responsible for residents. On each course teaching/learning day, Breakfast, morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch and an evening meal will be provided in the school’s central dining room.
Please note that it may be necessary for students to share accommodation although, if a single is requested, these will be offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
The Non-residential Option
Those who live or can find accommodation close enough to the school to enable them to attend a course on a non-residential basis may prefer to attend as day students. They will also be given morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch.
Use of School Facilities
Whether as a residential or day student, those attending a review course will have access to the school’s outstanding facilities, including the library and the Sports Centre. For fresh air and exercise there is the wide expanse of school playing fields adjoining the main school campus.
In the event of cancellation before 1 July 2021, £100 is non-refundable. If we are informed of cancellation after 1 July none of the fee will be refunded. The last date for full receipt of payment is 1 July. Registration after 1 July will be accepted if there is space on the course. Email the course coordinator, Paul Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Coordinator: Mr Paul Thompson email@example.com