A detailed and engaging course covering the OCR PE specification. Our 2018/19 courses cover the current linear specification.
These courses are targeted at students in their second year of A Level teaching who will be sitting the A level examination in the summer of 2019 or first year students wishing to consolidate their first year work.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Kick start your revision with our February revision courses! Consolidate your subject knowledge from your first year studies alongside getting to grips with some of the tougher second year content.
A range of intensive revision courses which aim to provide both first and second year A Level PE students with the knowledge, exam technique and confidence to fully achieve their potential in the summer PE exam.
The 4 day option allows students to revise the full linear A level course alongside focused exam technique making excellent preparation for the summer exam.
2 day options are available for students wishing to focus their revision on either first year or second year content.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Need a final boost before the exam? Are some topics still not making sense?
Our May courses are ideal for those who need some structured support and tuition during the crucial exam season. Our PE courses motivate and ensure students are fully prepared to take the final Paper 2 (Psychology) and Paper 3 (Socio-cultural) exams after the half term break!
Stephen is a current Head of PE and has been teaching OCR PE for over ten years. His teaching experience is exclusively within the sixth form college sector, making him a specialist in his subject area. He is an enthusiastic and energetic teacher who enjoys sharing his passion for the subject with the students. Stephen has also successfully completed an MA in Education, focusing on revision strategies to improve performance within A Level PE.
The revision courses will be held at Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester.
Conveniently located on Oxford Road a few minutes walk from the city centre with excellent public transport links.
The campus is a 10 minute walk from St Peter’s Square Metrolink Stop which has tram access from all parts of the city. Walk down Oxford Street/Oxford Road, in the opposite direction to the Midland Hotel, past the Palace Theatre and Oxford Road Railway Station. The Manchester campus is on your right.
Oxford road railway station:
The Manchester campus is just a five minute walk away. Turn right out of Oxford Road Station and walk underneath the railway bridge. The Manchester campus is to your right.
Manchester Piccadilly railway station:
Follow the signs for Fairfield Street taxi ranks and take the 147 bus to Oxford Road/All Saints. The bus runs every 10-15 minutes. You can also walk, which takes 10-15 minutes.
Manchester Victoria railway station:
Follow the signs for the free metro shuttle bus service 2 (green). Get off at Chester Street and walk up to Oxford Road and turn right. The Metro Shuttle service runs every 10 minutes.
Take the 147 bus from Piccadilly railway station to the stop outside the surface car park on Oxford Road. You can also get numerous buses heading towards south Manchester (Bus Number 41, 42, 43, 85, 111, 250, 256), which all stop at the Manchester campus.
You can find us at: Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, All Saints Campus, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6BH.
There is limited on-road parking and multi-story car parking facilities around the Manchester Campus, although spaces are limited and parking charges are expensive.