Year 8 Holiday Programs

Essential Courses

Our holiday courses are scheduled in line with public school holiday dates. There are 4 holiday programs per year and usually 5 lessons per week (Monday – Friday).

Our courses enable students to:

  • Develop all skills and knowledge to fulfil syllabus objectives and outcomes
  • Acquire an extensive range of problem-solving strategies and techniques to maximise exam results
  • Develop and foster self-discipline and efficient study habits
  • Turn hard work and efforts into visible rewards

Our course fees are inclusive of all learning materials. Each lesson includes an experienced educator teaching learning concepts and examples, students completing exercises and homework tasks to reinforce concepts.

We offer face-to-face learning option.

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Mathematics Revision & Headstart

Get a headstart in Year 8 Maths by revising key Maths concepts and learning new Maths topics and skills. Our highly popular program ensures maximum skills development.

Course Topics

  • Linear Equations
  • Length of an Arc
  • Algebra
  • Geometry
Future Writer’s Workshops

The Future Writers Workshop series is under the guidance of teachers who will motivate students and develop their skills to become successful future writers.

Course Topics

  • The Personal Voice
  • Recognising the Audience
  • Objective Language
  • Subjective Language
  • Using Differing Modes
  • On Campus
    face-to-face

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