All our courses include
Students are supported by friendly, experienced academics who keep the weekly lessons engaging while progressing through syllabus content.
Produced by our team of PhDs to deliver a blend of introductory theory, foundation, development and enrichment questions to work on during class and at home.
Free drop-in workshops run on the weekend for students to get a bit (or a lot!) of extra one-on-one help with the QED material or to perfect that weighty school assignment.
Parents receive weekly reports on attendance, homework and quiz performance to monitor progress. To develop exam technique and assess mastery of the overall term, students sit an end-of-term examination.
What our students receive
- Comprehensive theory booklets
Produced by our team of veteran PhD academics, our teaching material covers the 2021 NESA English and Mathematics syllabuses, and incorporates the learnings from 1000+ different exams.
- Homework booklets to reinforce
Each week students receive homework tasks based on the weekly lesson, helping them master the NESA curriculum. Throughout the term students lock down the craft of writing and textual analysis in English, and master the full scope of assessable topics and questions in Mathematics.
- Continuous Feedback
Students receive detailed feedback on their written English homework and full solutions to Maths homework to make sure they are always getting feedback on their work.
- One-on-one Workshop
Can’t get your head around the core themes of a text or struggling with a tricky mathematics question? Drop in to up to 6 hours of free English and Math workshops to get one-on-one help!
- Regular Exams
Students undertake regular exams every few weeks to drive improvement in exam technique, consolidate learning, and get a chance to see how they are performing.
We teach students from schools all over Sydney
The teachers at QED have really helped me not only with my studies, but also with my approach to school and my motivation. They genuinely care a lot about all their students.
The classes are great and I’ve progressed a lot by attending the weekend workshops for areas where I’m weak.
QED is life.
QED has helped me solidify my ranks and get those last few marks.
My biggest problem going into Year 11 was motivation and drive. I feel like that’s something the staff at QED really pay attention to and try to help motivate. Not to mention the classes are great!
I love coming to QED, they actually make learning fun.
I came to QED as a Year 9 in the summer of 2017. I was a delinquent, inconsistent with my studies with an air of failure following my every step. Fast-forward a year, to the end of Year 10, and I’ve topped my classes, for the most part due to the excellent tutorials, detailed booklets & invaluable workshop tutors.
QED helped me get better at Maths with their classes and Sunday workshops, and I also made two friends!
QED is the best college! There’s always a good vibe inside and outside of the classroom.
QED’s methodical and personal approach to learning is an invaluable asset to my learning. At QED, I get weekly booklets with exam-certified questions tailor-made to meet syllabus outcomes, with all the key concepts reasoned with & tackled at tutorials.
I love going to QED! James and Peter care so much about the college and making sure all their students are set up to WIN!
QED Education is an amazing place to learn. It provides students with a quiet learning environment where it is easy to ask for help, tutors who are exceptionally skilled in their fields and an abundance of physical material to learn from.
The best part of QED are the weekend workshops. They are super helpful when you don’t quite understand everything in class and the tutors are always really friendly.
I was beginning to lose hope for tutoring after mum made me trial at FIVE different colleges, but thankfully I have found my home at QED!
The best part of QED is how natural it feels rocking up after school to study in the workshop rooms, made some really good friends there as well.
Unlike a lot of other colleges in Sydney, QED will always make time for each student, even if you don’t go to a top selective school…