An unparalleled education in Mathematics and English
The QWEM courses have been developed over a decade by an in-house team of PhD academics. Courses cover a collection of 1000+ English and Mathematics NESA examinations and any additional support can be managed one-on-one using QED’s free workshops 5 days a week. Parents also receive extensive tracking and detailed monitoring of student progress.
All our courses include
Students learn to apply their knowledge of mathematical concepts, logic and reason to a variety of application problems. This ensures that students develop strong foundations in problem solving and general ability.
Students attempt written work in class under the guidance of their teacher, in addition to weekly homework tasks which are marked and returned with feedback so that students are constantly reviewing their writing.
In class students are guided through an assortment of texts by their teacher to explore core syllabus ideas and outcomes. Students learn how to get to the bottom of what a text is trying to say, and how to use textual evidence.
Students build up a comprehensive understanding and confidence in Mathematics as they are guided through a theoretical understanding and rigorous exam-style questions.
What our Year 4 students receive
- Comprehensive theory booklets
Students receive a full textbook produced by our academic team for Quantitative Methods and Mathematics and another for English and Writing.
- Homework booklets to reinforce
Each week students receive homework to help them consolidate the lesson and practice on their own.
- Solutions and feedback
Students receive full written solutions to all of their Mathematics homework problems each week and detailed marked feedback on written homework in English.
- One-on-one Workshops
Stuck on a particular topic or type of question? Drop in for free one-to-one help 5 days a week.
- Regular exam practice
Students undertake progress quizzes and regular exams to drive improvement in exam technique and consolidate learning.
Teachers who are leaders in their fields
Make the most out of every lesson
9 weekly lessons per term
Every lesson at QED Education is structured around comprehensively addressing the syllabus. We then take teachers who are experts in their field and deliver a comprehensive class to each of our students, every time.
Quantative methods and Mathematics90 min
Quantitative Methods and Mathematics teaches students the official NESA Mathematics curriculum from the ground up, and tackle a range of problem solving and exam-style questions.
Students learn to apply their knowledge of mathematical concepts, logic and reason to a variety of application problems. This part of the QWEM course develops critical thinking and students’ ability to set up and solve challenging problems.
Students build up a comprehensive understanding and confidence in Mathematics by learning every part of the NESA curriculum in their weekly theory lessons.
Once the foundations have been laid, core syllabus ideas are taken further through development and exam-style questions to build problem solving skills and consolidate knowledge of the Mathematics curriculum.
Exam-style questions are woven throughout the QWEM course textbooks to give students important practice applying syllabus concepts to challenging questions. In addition, weekly quizzes and regular revision exams take place to monitor progress and help build exam technique.
Writing and english90 min
Writing Practice and English Analysis forms the bedrock for primary literacy and teaches students the fundamental syllabus ideas in English by exploring a range of texts, as well as developing their core written skills.
Writing is the most fundamental skill in English and is a central part of the QWEM course. In each lesson students work through a breadth of comprehension, analytical and persuasive writing to build confidence and expertise, and written homework is marked with detailed feedback each week to encourage progress.
Teachers guide students through the analysis of various texts to teach them the fundamentals of textual analysis in English and to explore core syllabus concepts. Students develop an appreciation for context, writing techniques and purpose in creating meaning.
Students learn how to read effectively and get to the heart of what a text is trying to say. Reading and responding to extracts both in class and at home exposes students to a breadth of different concepts, ideas and techniques to drive improvement in English.
Exam-style questions are woven throughout the QWEM course textbooks to give students important practice applying syllabus concepts to challenging questions. In addition, students sit a final writing examination in English to further refine exam technique.
Year 4 Pricing
Comprehensive learning material developed to cover the Board of Studies syllabus.
9 weeks x 3 hour lessons (includes end-of-term examinations).
Lessons taught by proven academics with years of teaching experience.
Unlimited access to free one-on-one tutor support 5 days a week
Weekly homework and regular quizzes, marking and solutions.
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