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Twenty Twenty GCSE Revision Days

Delivered by highly experienced consultants, these innovative and engaging Twenty Twenty Learning revision days on core GCSE subjects, will help your year 10 and 11 students prepare for key Level 2 examinations and study.

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How are they delivered?

The GCSE revision days are offered in-person and you will work with Twenty Twenty Learning to create a bespoke programme that best fits your school and students’ needs. Each GCSE revision day will last approximately one day (5 contact hours), accommodate 25 students, and can fit around your school schedule.

Who is eligible to take part?

The Twenty Twenty Learning GCSE revision days should be targeted at Year 10 and 11 students only and predominantly directed at students who fall into at least one of the following categories:

  • Uni Connect students*
  • Students from Armed Forces/ military families
  • Disabled students
  • Care-experienced students
  • Students who are young carers
  • Students estranged from their families
  • Students from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities
  • Students who are refugees

What subjects are available?

  • GCSE English
  • GCSE Maths

SUN Guidelines

As the SUN is funding these opportunities, there are some guidelines for applying:

  • Activities to be directed at students in Year 10 and 11 only.
  • All efforts should be made to ensure the correct students are targeted for this activity, based on the eligibility criteria outlined above.
  • All efforts should be made to fill spaces to full capacity. This is because we must demonstrate good attendance, evaluation data and value for money to the OfS.
  • Applications will be considered on a priority basis and are not guaranteed. However, we will always do our best to accommodate your request wherever possible.
  • There are limited spaces available so please apply early to avoid disappointment. It is recommended to arrange revision days earlier in the academic year, where possible.
  • This allows students to apply the skills and learning to their wider studies and exam preparations throughout the remainder of the year and beyond.
  • The student attendance data of any activity with Twenty Twenty Learning obtained
  • Through this offer will need to be included within your SPoC Activity Report 2023-24.
  • All activity must take place between 1 September 2023 and 31 July 2024.

*Uni Connect students are defined as young people who reside in low HE participation areas. These students will be identified in your 2023-24 SPoC (Single Point of Contact) Activity Report. If you are unsure who your Uni Connect students are, and/or don’t have access to a SPoC Activity Report, please contact the SUN SPoC within your school or