Each student registered for any of our courses will require the following:

  • A computer with internet access to access the lesson
  • A headset with integrated microphone to participate in the lesson
  • An exercise book to use during the lesson
  • The course textbook (the ISBN Number of the appropriate text will be provided to you once we have confirmed registered student details)


All our courses run for the full academic year and lessons take place at the same time each week (excluding bank holidays and school holidays). Lessons are an hour in length and are split up as follows:

  • 5 minutes to log in and complete a starter task
  • 50 minutes of learning using the FLIPPED model
  • 5 minutes for the teacher to complete the lesson report and students to log off

Extra-Curricular courses require one lesson per week.

GCSE courses require two lessons per week.

BTEC courses require three lessons per week

AS courses require three lessons per week.

A2 courses require four lessons per week.

Below is an example of our lesson timetable. Notwithstanding a timetable booking clash you are free to choose when your lessons take place.

Time/Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
8am - 9am
9am - 10am
10am - 11am
11am - 12 Noon
1pm - 2pm
2pm - 3pm
3pm - 4pm
4pm - 5pm


  • Designed for schools or colleges with high student interest in our courses, our Exclusivity Service provides you with ultimate flexibility and no disruption to your current timetable.
  • We adopt your timetable to ensure that students receive the maximum amount of learning time with no disruption to their other classes.
  • You receive up to 18 hours of online sessions per week (Monday to Thursday) to use for whatever course option(s) you wish.
  • You can combine courses or have more than the recommended number of sessions for a given course in a week.
  • Provides piece of mind that the course(s) you book can be delivered to your students at a time convenient for you.
  • This service is not a promotion so the benefits of our Special Offers still apply.

If you require further information please contact us to discuss whether our Exclusivity Service is the right option for you.

Course Fees

Our courses are competitively priced and represent excellent value for money. The below costs are for one academic year but split into two sections. Firstly a 40% non-refundable deposit of the base price is required to secure a booking. The remaining 60% plus any additional pupil costs are payable by monthly invoiced instalments from September to July of the teaching academic year.

For example one AS Law Course booking for 10 students commencing in September 2016 requires a 40% deposit of the base price (40% of £16,000) payable between September 2015 and July 2016. With the remaining amount (60% of 16,000 PLUS 5 extra pupil costs) to be paid in monthly invoiced instalments between September 2016 and July 2017.

If you qualify for any discount or special offer relating to course fees this applies to your monthly invoiced instalments only. The full 40% deposit is still required to secure a booking.

£8,000 (base price) for up to 5 students and then £350 for each additional student, up to a maximum of 12 students per class.

£10,000 (base price) for up to 5 students and then £400 for each additional student, up to a maximum of 12 students per class.

£14,500 (base price) for up to 5 students and then £500 for each additional student, up to a maximum of 12 students per class.

£16,000 (base price) for up to 5 students and then £600 for each additional student, up to a maximum of 12 students per class.

£17,500 (base price) for up to 5 students and then £700 for each additional student, up to a maximum of 12 students per class.

£80,000 (base price) for 18 sessions per week teaching a maximum of 72 students. Each session can have between 1 and 12 students.

KS4 Extra-Curricular Law Courses

We currently deliver Law as a KS4 extra-curricular course (based on the OCR GCSE Law course specification J485).

The course consists of four units of study. Each unit of study has a number of topics that address key questions about the law, its formation and development and how it operates within society. There is no formal examination for this course, however each unit will be assessed in line with the OCR examination guidelines and a certificate of completion will be issued to students in recognition of their participation and work.

The nature of law, Criminal Courts and Criminal Processes.

  • What is law?
  • Why do we need law?
  • How is the law made?
  • What are the classifications of law?
  • How do we balance police powers and individual rights?
  • How do Criminal Courts operate?
  • What factors influence sentencing?
  • What role do magistrates and juries have in the criminal justice system?

The nature of law, Civil Courts and Civil Processes.

  • How does the civil justice system function?
  • What is ADR?
  • What are the different legal professions?
  • What is the Judiciary?
  • What is the difference between basic freedoms and human rights?

Employment Rights and Responsibilities.

  • Why are employment status and employment contracts important?
  • How does the law give protection from discrimination?
  • How does the law keep us safe at work?
  • What are the rules on termination of employment?

Consumer Rights and Responsibilities.

  • How do we make a contract?
  • What is negligence?
  • What’s the difference between buying goods and buying services?
  • How do we deal with unfair terms in contracts?
  • What is product liability and product safety?

GCSE Law Courses

We are currently updating the GCSE courses we offer in line with the government changes to GCSEs.

BTEC Applied Law

The Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Applied Law is a 60-credit qualification that consists of three core units plus three optional units. The BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma is broadly equivalent to one A Level. The course is assignment based and students are not required to sit formal examinations. The core units give learners an introduction to the court structure – both civil and criminal, the ways in which Law is made and elements of substantive civil and criminal law in the form of negligence and non-fatal offences to the person. The core will provide a foundation for study of the three selected optional units in the Subsidiary Diploma which offer a more focused insight into specific areas of law.

Students study all three units:

  • Dispute Solving in the Legal System
  • Understanding Law Making
  • Aspects of Legal Liability

Students study three of the following:

  • Unlawful Homicide and Police Powers
  • Aspects of Property Offences and Police Powers
  • Contract Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Law of Tort
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law

AS Law Courses

Our AS Law course follows the AQA specification.

The course develops the student’s analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills. It is split into two units of equal weighting, both examined externally by a 1 hour 30 minute assessment in the June of the academic year. The first unit develops understanding knowledge and understanding of the Legal System together with an evaluation of its operation and performance. The second unit introduces aspects of substantive law and requires an application of aspects of criminal and civil law.

Law Making and the Legal System

  • How does Parliament pass laws?
  • What is Delegated Legislation?
  • How are statues interpreted?
  • What role do judges have in law making?
  • What is the civil justice system?
  • What is the criminal justice system?
  • What are the different legal professions?
  • What is the Judiciary?

The Concept of Liability (Students study either A and B or A and C)

  • What are the underlying principles of Criminal Liability? (A)
  • How do the courts deal with issues of Criminal Liability? (A)
  • What is Negligence? (B)
  • How do the courts deal with issues of Negligence? (B)
  • How are contracts formed? (C)
  • How do the courts deal with breach of contract? (C)

A2 Law Courses

Our A2 Law course follows the AQA specification.

The course develops the knowledge and skills acquired during AS while focusing on areas of Criminal Law. Skills of critical evaluation and discussion are developed in this stage of A Level study. Again the course is split into two equally weighted units, both externally examined in the June of the academic year. The first unit examines the numerous Offences against the Person and proposed reforms, whilst unit two examines the numerous Offences against Property and Concepts of Law.

Criminal Law - Offences Against the Person (OAP)

  • What are Offences against the Person (OAP)?
  • What are the defences for OAP?
  • What are the proposed reforms of the OAP Act?

Criminal Law - Offences Against Property

  • What are the Offences against Property?
  • What are the defences for Offences against Property?
  • What is the distinction between law and morality?
  • What is the meaning of Justice?
  • How do we balance the roles of Parliament and the Judiciary in law making?
  • What is the meaning and importance of fault?
  • How do we balance conflicting interests?

Special Offers

Each year we offer promotions to either new or returning partners, sometimes even both. These may include discounted or free extra pupil places, discounts on single or multiple bookings or anything we think would be of benefit to you. The terms and conditions for these promotions apply to that particular promotion only and are included here. A written copy of promotional T&Cs will also be attached to your contract(s). Promotions cannot be combined so choose wisely.

1. The special offer is valid for Exclusivity Service bookings made between 1st September 2016 until the 30th August 2017 for the teaching year 2017/2018.
2. The full deposit of 40% of the Exclusivity Service fee still applies.
3. The discount is applied to your monthly invoice.
4. Late payment of a monthly invoice will result in you losing the discounted rate.
5. The discount applies to a confirmed class cohort. No extra pupils added to the cohort after the confirmation email has been sent will be covered by the discount.

* NOTE: Subjects offered and specifications taught are subject to change.


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