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Online A level & GCSE Recovery and Revision Courses

For more information or to enquire for our A level catch-up & GCSE catch up Head Start, Recovery or Revision courses, please use the form below. 

Due to the closure of schools during the COVID–19 crisis many students have had their education severely disrupted.  We have had enquiries from parents  and students that attend other schools asking for private tuition for catch up lessons.   David Game College has  decided to create two affordable courses that will  help students make up for some, if not all of the lost time and get  back on track for September 2020. 


Head Start

Our short course is aimed at Year 11 students who want to catch up and get a head start for A level.  This course will give a taster of the A level, make sure students have the basic skills, knowledge and understanding to transition to study A level in their chosen subject.  

This is an intensive one week course, consisting of 6 hours of study per subject. 

Prices from just £390 per subject. 


A level Recovery

The Recovery Course aims to help Year 12 students to catch up and recover any lost ground due to lockdown. They will fill in the missing summer term’s work with live teaching. 

This is an intensive two week course, consisting of 12 hours of study per subject. 

Prices from just £780 per subject. 


GCSE Recovery

The GCSE Recovery Course aims to help Year 10 students to catch up and recover any lost ground due to lockdown. They will fill in the missing summer term’s work with live teaching. 

This is an intensive two week course, consisting of 12 hours of study per subject. 

Prices from just £780 per subject. 


All classes will be taught online through Zoom, or Google Classroom technology. 

Catch up, Head Start or Recovery Courses for additional subjects may be organised upon demand. Classes will run as 1-2-1 lessons, the timetable and start date will be organised upon demand. 

Head Start & Recovery Courses Enquiry Form

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