The King's School in Worcester has announced the launch of its Maths GCSE and IGCSE Revision Course.

This is the first time it will offer such a course, designed to help students excel in their mathematics exams.

The four-day course is open to students across Worcestershire, aimed at helping them build a strong foundation in mathematics and boost their confidence to tackle complicated exam questions.

Hannah Sparrey, head of alumni and business development at King's Worcester, expressed her excitement about the course.

She said: "We are thrilled to launch our first Easter Maths Revision Course this year.

"Our goal is to provide students across Worcestershire with the tools and knowledge they need to succeed in their GCSE and IGCSE Mathematics exams.

"We believe that by combining expert instruction, comprehensive curriculum, and interactive learning materials, we can have a very positive impact on students' academic journeys."

Worcester News: This is the first time the school will offer such a course

The course will take place over the Easter break, conducted by the school’s highly acclaimed maths teachers.

Friendly tuition groups will guide students through key content and revision methods every day.

The organisers aim to equip students with vital skills and techniques for tackling exam questions and offer past exam papers as additional resources to support their progress.

Registration for the unique Easter Maths GCSE and IGCSE Revision Course is now open.

For more details, or to secure a place on the course, prospective participants can visit The King’s School Worcester website via