KS3 Maths, English & Science Tuition

Key Stage 3 education typically spans years 7-8 in secondary school, serving as a crucial foundation for GCSE preparation. At Axis Tuition, we specialize in three core subjects: Maths, English, and Science. The transition from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3 can be daunting for students entering high school. We facilitate this transition by providing a solid grounding in the KS3 curriculum, ensuring a robust grasp of fundamental subjects.

Our KS3 tuition is designed to provide comprehensive support and expertise in these vital subjects, ensuring students have a solid foundation for their academic journey.

Key Subjects in KS3 Tuition


  • Algebraic Concepts
  • Geometric Shapes and Figures
  • Numerical Operations
  • Data Analysis and Handling
  • Fractions and Decimals
  • Percentages
  • Problem-solving Techniques


  • Reading Comprehension
  • Creative Writing Skills
  • Grammar and Vocabulary Enrichment
  • Spelling Improvement
  • Handwriting Refinement


  • Biology Fundamentals
  • Chemistry Essentials
  • Physics Principles

KS3 Maths curriculum is designed to build upon the foundational mathematical concepts.

Maths Curriculum

January TermWeek 1Surface Area of 3D Shapes
January TermWeek 2Compound Shapes with Algebra
January TermWeek 3Area and Perimeter – Worded Problems
January TermWeek 4Revise – Assessment – Feedback
February TermWeek 1Sequences
February TermWeek 2Sequences with patterns
February TermWeek 3The Laws of exponents
February TermWeek 4Standard Form

The curriculum covers reading, writing, and spoken language, fostering critical analysis and creative expression. Students engage with a variety of literary genres, explore language techniques, and develop proficiency in communication. Key aspects include the study of classic and contemporary literature, creative writing, and the analysis of non-fiction texts. Assessments often include reading comprehension, writing tasks, and spoken language activities to enhance overall linguistic competence.

English Curriculum

January TermWeek 1Creative writing- using techniques to describe a picture.
January TermWeek 2Critical thinking – using critical description to describe a place.
January TermWeek 3Reading comprehension – expanding vocabulary analysing text.
January TermWeek 4Poetry – Reading and understanding poetry. Answering comprehension questions based on poem. Writing own poem.
February TermWeek 1Creative writing- Writing a story using techniques learnt in class.
February TermWeek 2Writing an email – formal and informal language. How to open and close and email effectively.
February TermWeek 3Writing a letter of complaint – using formal language. How to open and close the letter effectively
February TermWeek 4Stereotypes – Looking at how stereotypes affect the media.

Key Stage 3 (KS3) Science explores biology, chemistry, and physics, emphasising scientific principles and practical skills. Students engage in hands-on experiments, develop scientific inquiry, and study topics like energy, ecosystems, and forces. Assessments evaluate theoretical understanding and practical application.

Science Curriculum

January TermWeek 1chemical reactions
balancing equation
January TermWeek 2acids and alkalis
neutralising reaction
January TermWeek 3reactivity series
reaction of metals with acids
reaction of metals with oxides
January TermWeek 4speed
distance time graphs
February TermWeek 1relative motion
forces and movement
force diagrams
February TermWeek 2air and water resistance
February TermWeek 3dependence on other organism
food chains
food web
February TermWeek 4DNA and inhertitance
use of glucose

  • Starting from £9 p/h
  • 2 hours per week of each subject