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English language

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French Language & Literature

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German Language & Literature

Maths : Mechanics

Maths: Probability & Statistics 1

Maths: Probability & Statistics 2

Maths: Pure 1

Maths: Pure 3




Spanish Language & Literature

International maths

What we offer


A Levels Program Advanced Level courses providing in-depth knowledge in chosen subjects. Specialization in specific disciplines, offering a more focused academic path. Preparation for the rigorous A Level examinations.

Smooth Transition A seamless transition from IGCSE to A Levels, ensuring continuity in the educational journey. Guidance and support to help students navigate the increased academic demands of A Levels.

Internationally Recognized Qualifications IGCSE and A Levels are globally acknowledged qualifications, enhancing opportunities for higher education worldwide.

Holistic Learning Environment An enriching educational experience fostering critical thinking, research skills, and personal development.

Diverse Subject Offerings A wide range of subjects available at both IGCSE and A Levels, allowing students to explore and specialize.

High-Quality Teaching and Resources Access to experienced educators and resources that facilitate effective learning experiences.

Global Perspective Encouragement of a global perspective, promoting cultural awareness and understanding.

Preparation for Higher Education Equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge for success in higher education and beyond.

Individualized Support Individualized support systems, including counseling and mentorship, to help students thrive academically and personally.

Meet Our Experts
Our Team

Teams amplify success. Diverse skills blend for enhanced productivity. Clear goals and roles streamline efforts, while open communication fuels innovation. Trust and respect form the bedrock, celebrating wins boosts morale.

Rajesh Ramlingam Vedant
Teaching IGCSE, MYP and IBDP Maths AA &AI HL&SL Mathematics Facilitator
Dr Manoj Saigal
25 Years Experience
BE Mechanical- VJTI (Gold Medallist) MBA (Finance) JBIMS – All India Rank 1. PhD ( Education)
Vijay Mudhaliyar
IB and IGCSE Spanish Educator

Why Us

Why Us

Global Perspective

IB fosters global awareness, urging students to value diverse cultures, perspectives, and global issues for understanding.

Academic Rigor

IB's challenging curriculum builds critical thinking, research skills, and subject depth, earning global university recognition and respect.

Holistic Education

IB nurtures well-rounded individuals by addressing academic, social, emotional, and physical aspects, fostering holistic personal development.

Approach to Learning (ATL) Skills

IB prioritizes Approaches to Learning (ATL) skills—communication, research, self-management, social, and thinking—for academic and real-world success.

Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS)

IB's CAS requirement cultivates personal growth, leadership, and social responsibility through creativity, physical activity, and community service.

Theory of Knowledge (TOK)

IB's TOK course, unique to the Diploma Programme, encourages critical thinking on knowledge acquisition and application, fostering reflection.

Emphasis on Learner Profile

IB's Learner Profile cultivates inquirers, thinkers, communicators, and principled individuals, shaping character and values for success.

Educational Challenges
Addressing these challenges requires collaboration among educators, administrators, and support services to create a positive and adaptive learning environment within the A Levels framework
Intensive Workload

A Levels often come with a demanding workload, requiring intense study and dedication.

Implement effective time management strategies and encourage students to maintain a balanced approach to studies.

High-Stakes Examinations

A Levels culminate in high-stakes examinations, contributing to heightened stress levels.

Introduce stress-management resources, promote early and consistent exam preparation, and create a supportive exam environment.

Specialization Pressure

The need for subject specialization at A Levels may cause stress for students choosing a career path.

Provide comprehensive career counseling and guidance to help students make informed decisions about subject choices.

Transition from IGCSE

The transition from IGCSE to A Levels can be challenging due to increased academic demands.

Facilitate a smooth transition by offering preparatory courses, additional support, and guidance during the initial phase of A Levels.

What our Students, Parents & Teachers say

I am extremely grateful to have you as a teacher. You have always helped me, when my parents were angry with me, when I was in trouble for school etc you distracted me and always said everything will be alright. Miss you have been in my life since 7 years And those have been so fabulous because of your positive and supportive personality which was so warm, loveable and always encouraged me in everything. I have seen me grown from a little, very playful baby to not so little, but still very playful and mature teenager. I can’t thank you enough for being in my life and making it so much better, I hope for this continues and I wish you all the best to do your best and enjoy the wnderful journey. Love you miss!

Yuvaan Burakia

Priti teacher has been teaching my son for more than a year and half now. I really appreciate her dedication and professionalism. She has been introducing complex Math concepts to Aarav in really fun way and keep him engaged during the entire class. Aarav has learned a lot and I sincerely thank you for that.

Aarav, New Jersey
Grade 3 | Student

I will be forever grateful to be one of your students (or should I say your favorite student). You have changed the way I think about so many things. For example grades, they used to mean more than the world to me and I would be so sad even if I got a 7. During online school, I was doing so well and then the announcement came that physical schools were opening and I didn't want to go because I was scared it would affect my grades but you made me realize my learning is worth way more than my grade and as long as I tried my best the grade doesn't matter. You have also treated me like a friend and you always talk to me sweetly. I have been in your classes for only 2 years but the bond and connection that we share makes it seem like we have known each other for longer. I am forever grateful to have you in my life and hope this continues. 2 years down hopefully a million more to go! I love you miss and wish you all the best for the future and your company.

Jessica Pinto

What does a parent look for when she approaches an external teacher - cover up the gaps which we see in the curriculum - set a discipline in place for more regularity and rigour - have a connect with the kid and have open communication - giving importance to learning as well as mental well-being For me Priti checks all these boxes. Her approach towards my kid has been that of a teacher/mentor/well wisher. I wish her all the best to do good to many students like my own.

Proud Parent
Grade 10 MYP | Parent

Thank you for all you do for my child .I really appreciate your immense hard work and dedication towards teaching him . Ateerya has learned a lot from you this year and it’s amazing to see equal amount of energy that both of your share even if it’s the last class for the day . It is because of your support , encouragement and always making us feel welcome anytime of the day with our concerns and queries that he has now began to take more efforts in his academics and ready to soar high very soon . Your compassion for teaching and mentoring the child is remarkable . Keep showering your blessing on Ateerya .

Birva Jaswani

Priti ma'am is very supportive and encouraging with me. I used to take around 10 students every year, she encouraged me to take up more students online. I have benefited from her this advise very much. Iam able to realise my potential due to her. She is also very supportive while speaking to parents of the kids. She has encouraged me to conduct webinars, which I am going I do in collaboration with her. Thank you ma'am, so much for all that you have done for me and still doing. God bless you.

Rajesh Vedant
IBDP/ MYP Maths | Teacher

Priti Jain is a promised mentor and a very enthusiastic teacher as well as supporter. I have more than 8 years of experience in this updating system, still as a teacher we also keep learning. Miss priti has guided me throughout the journey, how to handle kids, being patient, reaching to the expectations of parents and much more. Her remarkable qualities include patience, positive attitude and smiling nature. She is a wonderful influencer, I just love working with her.

Khushbu Dagha
All Subjects | Teacher
Frequently Asked Questions

A Levels are post-16 school qualifications that usually mark the end of high school or secondary school studies. They are used as entry requirements for universities and colleges.

A Levels are harder than GCSEs because you only study 3 or 4 in the same school time that you studied many more GCSEs. You have to go deep into the subject though if you enjoy your A Level choice subjects, you may find the study easier than the wide range of GCSEs that you have done.

In theory, there is no limit, although most students take 3 or 4 A Levels. Some take 5 or more but that requires a very high time input, which may or may not be supported by the school.

Further Maths is generally regarded as the hardest, as it requires a strong predicted grade at A Level Maths. After that, the 3 sciences (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and Maths make up the top five.

A Levels finish in June of your final year in high school / secondary school; this is normally at age 17 or 18.

There is no such thing as an easy A Level, however, the level of difficulty for A Level subjects can vary greatly depending on individual strengths, interests, and study habits. While some students may find certain A Level subjects easier, others might struggle with the same subjects. That being said, some students tend to find certain A Level subjects more accessible due to their nature or prior background.

Subjects like Psychology, Sociology, Business Studies, and Media Studies are often considered by some students to be relatively easier because they may involve less complex mathematical or scientific concepts.

A Levels are graded A*, A, B, C, D and E for a pass grade. Fails are denoted as U (unclassified).

The typical requirement for university admission is three A Levels. However, the exact number of A Levels required can vary depending on the university and the specific degree. You should always check the entry requirements if you are interested in a particular course.

From £390 per subject, although the cost can be over £1500 for science A Levels with practicals

There are generally a number of things you will need to do to resit your A Levels:

  • Registration: Contact your school or exam centre to register for the desired subjects' re-sits.
  • Exam Board:Inform your exam board (e.g., AQA, Edexcel) about your intent to re-sit and ensure you have the correct syllabus and materials.
  • Fees: Pay the required re-sit fees to your exam centre.
  • Preparation: Review your subject materials, practice past papers, and seek additional support if needed.
  • Exam Dates: Check the exam timetable for re-sit dates and locations.
  • University Offers:Inform universities if your re-sits impact conditional offers.

Remember deadlines and consult your school or exam centre for specific guidance on re-sitting A Levels.

Also remember that you can still re-sit A Levels after you have begun a university course, for example, if you are hoping to use improved results to switch to a different university course for your second year and beyond.

And finally, remember that all the grades you receive on A Levels (original and resit) will be reported as part of your UCAS application. Most universities will just consider the higher grade, but some (especially for some highly competitive courses) may decide to take all your scores into account when deciding on your application.

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