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Teachers on the INTO Newton A-level Programme

Expert A-level teaching

Your INTO Newton A-level Programme teachers are all specialised in teaching an enhanced A-level curriculum, and in some cases are experienced A-level examiners. They’re also experts at helping students whose first language is not English.

Class sizes are kept small, with an average size of eight students, to provide you with individual attention and feedback on your work.

Time is allocated to teaching study methods and examination techniques, while a series of real-world enhancement activities will expose you to real university learning.

The results of this approach are clear: A* A* A* A* is the most common set of results awarded to Newton A-level students, and 100% of 2016 results were grades A* to C.

The difference between 'good' and 'excellent' grades

You’ll be assigned a personal tutor for both personal and academic support. They'll guide you on how to produce high-quality work, and offer professional advice on applying to the UK's best universities.

An A-level study skills programme will help you develop effective study techniques – including organisational, planning, and time management skills. These abilities can often make the difference between 'good' and 'excellent' grades.

Working through past exam papers will build your confidence. Your teachers will help you understand the style of the CIE exam questions, and you'll have extensive practise answering questions under timed conditions.

We also provide regular progress reports for you and your parents. These ensure that you remain on-track to succeed in your academic goals.

INTO Newton A-level Programme Lynne Mitchell

Lynne Mitchell

Psychology Module Leader

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Lynne has a degree in Psychology and Sociology, and previously taught psychology in Borneo to international students. She is currently studying a master’s at the University of Cambridge.