English Literature.

English Literature Revision Courses

Highly detailed and engaging courses covering the Edexcel (Pearson) specification, however many of the skills are highly transferable and will be relevant to most exam boards.    

Students will revise in detail the key skills required for the examination components of the specification alongside developing a high level of exam technique.

Example areas covered:

  • Unseen poetry
  • Shakespeare
  • Planning & writing under timed conditions
  • Structuring essays
  • Analysis of writer’s craft

Easter Revision Course 2019

St Mary's University, Twickenham.

A 3 day intensive revision course which aims to provide second year A Level students with the knowledge, exam technique and confidence to fully achieve their potential in the summer English Literature exam.

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Dates
3 days: 15th-17th April
2 days: 15th-16th April (Year 1 topics)
Course fees:
3 days £420
2 days £290

Course venue

May Half Term Revision 2019

St Mary's University, Twickenham.

A 2 day course aiming to tackle the tough topics and exam technique.

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Dates
2 days: 28th - 29th May
Course fees:
2 days £290

Course venue

Course leader: Natalie Cotterill

Nat holds an M.A. in English Literature and has been teaching the subject at A Level for seven years; five years in a large comprehensive school and currently at a sixth form college, where she has honed her craft. She has previously examined for WJEC and is currently an examiner for Edexcel. Nat is the Deputy Head of English currently and is responsible for running the A Level literature, a role which includes the creation of challenging lessons and resources.

Course venue : St Mary’s University Twickenham London

The revision courses will be held at St Mary’s University Twickenham London.

Conveniently located only 30 minutes from central London.

By Train:

From Central London

Travel direct to Strawberry Hill station from Waterloo station using the Kingston loopline. The journey takes about 35 minutes and there are usually four trains an hour. You can use an Oyster card for this journey.

From other destinations

For train travel from other destinations you can use the National Rail Enquiries or Transport for London websites to plan your journey.

Walking from Strawberry Hill station to St Mary’s

St Mary’s is a five minute walk from Strawberry Hill station. Turn left when you leave the station, then walk past Premier Wine and the Post Office on your left and take the second road on your right, which is Waldegrave Gardens. At the end of Waldegrave Gardens, turn right onto Waldegrave Road and St Mary’s main reception is on your left.

By Car:

St Mary’s is located on Waldegrave Road (A309).  If you are using a sat nav, the postcode for the Strawberry Hill campus is TW1 4SX.

By Bus:

From Richmond-upon-Thames

You can catch the R68 towards Hampton Court from a bus stop just outside Richmond station. Get off at the Twickenham, King Street stop and then take the 33 towards Fulwell. Get off at the ‘St Mary’s University’ stop, which is just outside of St Mary’s main reception. You can also take the 33 from Richmond, although the bus stop is a 5 minute walk from Richmond station on Sheen Road.

From Twickenham or Teddington

The 33 heading towards Fulwell stops on Richmond Road and York Street in Twickenham. The 33 heading towards Hammersmith stops on Stanley Road and Broad Street (Teddington High Street) in Teddington.

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