The subject pages (menu to the left) contain summer work that is recommended for completion before you start your A-Level courses. Please select the subjects you have chosen for your A-Levels and follow the instructions. This work is meant to take several weeks, so you would benefit from creating a study plan. You can use any planning format you like, including a diary, or your old school timetable, but you will also find a study planner with instructions attached below which you can download and edit.
As you work through the material, keep a note of any questions you have , and any areas you found tricky or that need further development. Bring this into school in September to discuss with your teachers.
No matter how excited you are to be doing A-Levels, do not be tempted to study all day, every day. Get into a good routine that suits you. For example, if you are a morning person, get up early, get a few hours study in, then enjoy the rest of the day as your own time. If you prefer to study later in the day, timetable that in. A few hours a day, a few days a week, is plenty. In that time, you can look at the work we have est, but also read around the subjects and find new areas you enjoy.
If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.