Science Tuition 

"I was really worried about my Chemistry results at GCSE. I needed, at least, a grade 4 or above to progress onto A-level."I contacted Global Learners who were very quick to asses my needs and put a plan in place. I really enjoyed the sessions. I was really happy to get a grade 8 in the final exam!"

For primary Key Stage 1 and 2 to secondary GCSE ( age 5 - 16 )
Exam preparation for SAT's, 11+ and GCSE tests
Tuition in Chemistry,  Biology,  Physics  or combined Science
Experts in filling the gaps and addressing misconceptions
Help with homework for only £10
One-to-one from £30 per hour
Small group classes from £20 per session

Welcome to our innovative science tuition program, where academic excellence meets personalised learning. We understand the importance of a strong foundation in the sciences for your child's academic success and future endeavors. Our program is meticulously designed to provide structured and comprehensive tuition in the three core sciences – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 

With a team of dedicated and experienced educators, we aim to foster a deep understanding of scientific principles, encourage critical thinking, and ignite a passion for exploration and discovery. 

Your child will embark on a journey of intellectual growth, guided by a curriculum that not only meets educational standards but also nurtures curiosity and creativity. 

Join us in cultivating a love for the sciences and empowering your child to excel in their academic pursuits.

The Scientific area of learning is concerned with increasing pupils’ knowledge and understanding of our world, and with developing skills associated with Science as a process of enquiry. It will develop the natural curiosity of the child, encourage respect for living organisms and the physical environment and provide opportunities for critical evaluation of evidence.


At Global Learners Academy, in conjunction with the aims of the National Curriculum, our Science teaching offers opportunities for children to:


The National Curriculum will provide a structure and skill development for the science curriculum being taught throughout our curriculum, which is now linked, where possible to the theme topics to provide a creative scheme of work, which reflects a balanced programme of study.

The science process skills form the foundation for scientific methods: 


After making observations it is important to notice similarities, differences, and group objects according to a purpose.  It is important to create order to help comprehend the number of objects, events, and living things in the world.




The learner will use a magnet to classify objects as magnetic or nonmagnetic.


The learner will use a balance and sort objects according to mass.


The learner will combine different liquids with water to determine which is more or less dense.


This is the most basic skill in science.  Observations are made by using the 5 senses.  Good observations are essential in learning the other science process skills. 




The learner will be blind folded and make observations using the sense of touch.  


The learner will create  observations about a coin using the 5 senses.


The learner will mix primary colors to create more colours.


It is important to be able to share our experiences.  This can be done with graphs, diagrams, maps, and spoken word. 




The learner will create a line graph showing the relationship between speed and the mass of a marble.


The learner will discuss possible errors with other classmates.


Measuring is important in collecting, comparing, and interpretting data.  It helps us classify and communicate with others.  The metric system should be used to help understand the scientific world.




The learner will find the mass of different liquids that have the same volume.


The learner will use techonology to find the speed of a toy truck.


The learner will measure the distance a marble travels.


An inference is an explanation based on an observation.  It is a link between what is observed and what is already known.




The learner will write a conclusion at the end of each investigation.


The learner will create inferences about observations they made about a mystery object.  I infer it is solid rather than hollow.


What do you think will happen?  It is an educated guess based on good observations and inferrences about an observed event or prior knowledge. 




The learner will predict what is a box based on observations using the sense of touch.


The learner will write a hypothesis about the effect of increasing the salt on the boyancy of an egg.

Help with Homework

Hourly online homework support sessions provided by tutors offer valuable assistance to students as they navigate through their homework assignments. 

These sessions provide a support where students can sit with experienced online tutors who are ready to guide them through any challenges they may encounter. Whether it's clarifying concepts, answering questions, or providing step-by-step explanations, tutors are there to ensure that students understand and complete their homework effectively. 

These sessions not only help students with their immediate assignments but also foster independent learning skills and boost confidence in tackling future homework tasks. 

By offering personalised attention and targeted support, tutors aim to empower students to succeed academically and develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter.