Invicta National Academy’s popular Summer Academy makes a return on Monday 26 July for 5 weeks to provide opportunities for school children to get ahead and start the new school year in September with confidence.

The Summer Academy which is open to all school students, aged 6 years to 16 years, offers FREE, daily, live, interactive, online teaching, delivered by fully qualified teachers.  Students don’t have to sign up to all the lessons – they have the flexibility to choose which areas of maths and English they want to practice and which lessons to attend.

During the live lessons, students have the chance to ask questions anonymously and have them answered by qualified teaching staff to help your children catch-up.

The FREE lessons last 45 minutes and will take place daily on ZOOM at 10 am for maths and at 11 am for English.  There is no limit to how many of your children can participate as the lessons can be accessed using any device.

To complement the academic lessons, Invicta is also providing free daily fitness sessions alongside a weekly “Wellbeing Wednesday” programme of health and happiness lessons to boost student wellbeing.

The Invicta Summer Academy programme has been designed in line with National Curriculum guidelines in English and mathematics to enable students to focus on core subjects and return to school in September with confidence.  It is also open to anyone studying KS4/GCSE level outside school or in a college of Further Education.

To register for the FREE lessons or view the full curriculum of lessons visit the Invicta National Academy website.

Invicta National Academy are also running a summer competition, ‘Inspire us to be good to the  environment’.   Children are encouraged to submit a short film between 20 – 60 seconds in length by the end of August.  First prize £250, second prize of £150, third prize of £100 and 10 runner up  prizes of £25 each, including a special prize for funniest film.