Ethos and What We Do
Our Vision and Principles
Our vision and principles are embedded in the kind of classes we can run and the kind of teaching we can provide.
A Level Tuition for young people with Anxiety, Aspergers, Dyspraxia, DyslexiaCarshalton Tutorial College actively considering starting up small tutorial classes for students with aspergers, dyspraxia, dyslexia, anxiety who are studying for their A levels but are experiencing difficulties with certain aspects of their work. We can provide tuition in a calm, non judgemental atmosphere where a student will be encouraged to develop ways of working that are best suited to their individual needs and personality. The subjects we cover are Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology and Computer Science.
Enriching the Standard Fare that is the School Curriculum
Tailored A Level Computer Science Programming
We run, on request, courses on C and C++ programming, Java programming and C# programming for either young programmers with a special interest in one of these languages, or for those selecting one of these languages as their chosen A Level Computer Science programming language. We also run courses for teachers planning to introduce programming in one of these languages as part of teaching the A Level Computer Science syllabus. Vex Robotics Kits.
Family Oriented and Teacher Oriented Programming and Robotics CoursesWe run programming courses for parents, home educators and teachers who need to get more proficient in their computer programming skills so that they can better teach their children, or teach and understand what is required of them in the current computer science curricula from the major A Level examination boards. For example we have run some courses for lecturers at Carshalton College and for teachers in the local area on Python programming for the RaspberryPi. Recently we ran two weeks of training for staff at Port Talbot College to bring them up to speed in RaspberryPi programming in Bash (a shell scripting language) and Python. Even more recently we have had a teacher from Papua New Guinea (where he is on the staff at one of the international schools) for a course on C programming for the Arduino.
Help for Undergraduate, Higher Vocational Qualification and Masters Degree Students
Sometimes students on a university course run into problems either with a final year project or with a particularly tough programming assignment, where, sometimes, sadly the lecturer has not explained everything as clearly as they might have liked and who are struggling with their assignment. An example at undergraduate level was a very bright student who, based on work experience, had undertaken as his final year project the implementation of a "web page scraper" in C# that would extract salient marketing and advertising features from targetted web pages and then feed that data into a Microsoft SQL server database. We do not write or help write code or text for such assignments. In this case what was needed was an intensive 5 day course that covered various approaches to tackling the problems that needed to be solved, and filled in gaps where certain topics had simply not been covered as part of his course. Another case involved a student on a tough masters course in numerical analysis. He had been set an assignment at relatively short notice, and it was apparent from the course lecture materials I read that some of the more subtle issues associated with using C++ template programming required to solve partial differential equations problems had simply not been covered. An intensive one day course filled in any gaps in his knowledge and gave him the confidence to complete the assignment.
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