Akademeia High School
Prep Courses

Akademeia Preparatory Courses

Led by our own faculty staff, familiar both with the principles that underpin our approach to learning and the common challenges students come up against when they join Akademeia, the Preparatory Courses furnish participants with some of the key knowledge and academic skills necessary to embark on successful academic careers. These courses are exclusively designed for all students considering applying to our school and represent the ideal opportunity to experience our outstanding teaching provision, and state of the art facilities, for the first time.

Enrolment to Session Three is now open.  Our summer term courses will start on 18th April. To sign up for the third edition of the Prep Courses, please fill out the form.

These courses will run for 6 weeks until the May Assessment Weekend for students applying to Year 10 or Year 12 for September 2023 entry (online).

For students considering an application to Akademeia in future school years, an 8-week stationary course will be offered. This course is also open to students applying to Year 9 in for September 2023 entry, but participants should note the Year 9 Assessment Weekend will take place in April.

The third edition of the Prep Courses for this school year is currently underway. If you are interested in taking part in the next edition, please contact us by email: akademeia.prep.courses@akademeia.edu.pl.


 

English for Academic Purposes

The English for Academic Purposes Course is an ideal way to experience Akademeia’s first-class approach to learning for the first time. These exclusively designed courses are geared towards students between the ages of 12-16 considering applying to our school at both Fifth Form entry points.

Each syllabus will prime participants though the same overriding dual focus: addressing the most common language mistakes we know hold students back when they come to our school, as well as equipping learners with the necessary skills and strategies to succeed in demanding educational contexts. Key elements of the English language, combining both structural and lexical focusses, will provide students with the foundations necessary to successfully complete many of the same assignments required of our term-time students, such as developing research skills, academic writing, presentation delivery and interacting with a variety of texts.

September 2023 entry: Online (14-16)

Online course:

6 weeks – 2000 PLN

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5pm to 6.25pm in the weeks beginning 17.04, 24.04, 08.05, 15.05, 22.05

Thursday and Friday: 5pm to 6.25pm in the week beginning 01.05

September 2024 entry: Stationary Mode (11-13)

Stationary course:

8 weeks – 2800 PLN, ages 11-13 

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5pm to 6.25pm in the weeks beginning 17.04, 24.04, 08.05, 15.05, 22.05, 29.05, 05.06.

Monday and Tuesday: 5pm to 6.25pm in the week beginning 12.06


 

Mathematics

The Preparatory Mathematics Course is intended to provide a necessary foundation for success in an academic Mathematics pathway. Split into two age groups, the course is designed for participants currently attending Year 8 (grade 7 in the Polish and American systems) or Year 9, with a view to applying to Akademeia to Years 9 or 10 respectively.

The Year 10 entry course (online) is aligned to meet iGCSE content standards and mathematical practices, with the Year 9 entry course (stationary) also carefully adapted to the age and experience of its participants. Students will be provided with the opportunity to learn a variety of mathematical processes, including problem solving, communicating and mathematical reasoning. They will be taught how to make connections between the subject and its applications, become mathematically literate, and to appreciate and value mathematics while making informed decisions as contributors to wider society.

A good, strong foundation in these areas of mathematics is necessary for success in future mathematics courses and this course will help students further understand, appreciate and enjoy maths so they are in a prime position to both study at Akademeia and develop a life-long affinity with the subject.

September 2023 entry: Online (14-16)

Online course:

6 weeks – 2000 PLN

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5pm to 6.25pm in the weeks beginning 17.04, 24.04, 08.05, 15.05, 22.05

Thursday and Friday: 5pm to 6.25pm in the week beginning 01.05

 


Critical Thinking

Any Entry Point: Stationary Mode (13-16)

Our Critical Thinking course provides an introduction to the essential range of skills that help to analyse information, acquire meaningful knowledge, express well-justified opinions and comment on important public issues. In order to achieve this, we will touch on the following categories:

 

  • Information skills: perspectives, research, analysis, synthesis, planning, questioning.
  • Critical thinking skills: reasoning, evidence, claims, drawing conclusions, bias and vested interest, statements of argument (fact, opinion, prediction and value judgement), problem-solving, empathy.
  • Independent learning skills: memory, note-taking, reflection, evaluation
  • Collaboration skills: teamwork, decision-making, creativity
  • Communication skills: reading, writing, listening, speaking

 

Tailored in particular to learners considering applying to Akademeia in Year 10 or 12, this course provides the ideal preparation to develop the key transferrable academic skills so valued by our school and necessary to succeed in demanding educational contexts.

8 weeks – 1400 PLN

Wednesdays 5pm to 6.25pm in the weeks beginning 17.04, 24.04, 08.05, 15.05, 22.05, 29.05, 05.06, 12.06

Registration

We would like to inform that the registration for our current Prep Courses is now closed. We encourage you to stay updated and be on the lookout for announcements regarding next year’s editions of our Prep Courses.

Documents:

Akademeia Prep Courses 2022/23 Edition 1 – Rules and Privacy Policy 

Akademeia Prep Courses 2022/23 Edition 2 – Rules and Privacy Policy

Akademeia Prep Courses 2022/23 Edition 3 – Rules and Privacy Policy

Withdrawal from the Agreement

The fee is to be settled via a bank transfer to:
Akademeia High School Sp. z o.o.
Added: Account Number: 97 1050 1025 1000 0090 8033 7026
ING Bank Śląski S.A.
Please specify the first name and surname of the Course Participant and the name of the course in the title of the transfer.
Settling the fee is tantamount to entering into the Agreement (on electronic provision of educational services) and authorises the Participant to take part in the selected Course.

English for Academic Purposes Mathematics Critical Thinking Registration
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