Master classes are aimed at those learners who are aiming for the very highest grades of 6 + and in particular, grades 7 – 9. They are available in all subject areas and are delivered by excellent practitioners who have :

outstanding subject knowledge

a thorough understanding of the link between assessment and subject knowledge

a track record of achieving excellent outcomes with learners.

We worked with CTC this year with a focus on Q4 for Paper 1 and paper 2 of English Language. The idea was to drive progress on this question in order to boost results across the board. Part of the programme was working with a Senior Examiner, who delivered high impact sessions with our learners, to engage them with Question 4, and give them a key knowledge and understanding of how to answer the question effectively. This was supported with The Assessment Box programme, Assessment Monday; we delivered our input, alongside the intervention sessions, sat a paper, that was marked quickly, with results and an examiner report sent back to us. We then used this information to target our teaching and focus on the areas learners needed to focus on to improve.

This is the third year running we have worked with CTC and we look forward to working with them again in the future.Daniel Owen - English Subject Lead, South Wiltshire UTC

Master classes can be designed so that they meet the needs of your learners, context and needs as identified by your observations or data. For example, for GCSE English Language they might focus on a particular type of writing or a particular reading question. However you want to approach it and whatever you want to focus on, the aim is the same: to achieve the very highest grades for your learners.

Examples of Master Classes

GCSE English Language

Writing (Paper 1 & Paper 2 Writing)

Secure a Grade 7-9 on Reading Question 4 (Paper 1 & Paper 2)

GCSE English Literature

Secure a Grade 7-9 on the Shakespeare question

Masterclass on Lord of the Flies

Masterclass on Unseen Poetry

GCSE Mathematics

Transformations of graphs

Pythagoras’ theorem and trigonometry in 3D

GCSE Science

Quantitative Chemistry

Transport in cells

I V characteristics of various devices

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