Students studying for A-levels at City of Wolverhampton College have praised their tutors for the number of online lessons they are delivering and their continued support during the current shutdown.
In the period to May 27, A-level tutors delivered 233 online lessons to 177 students across a number of subjects including chemistry, mathematics and sociology.
Attendance at the online sessions demonstrates that students are keen to continue learning and feedback shows that they are interacting well and enjoying the new way of working.
Sally Slater, curriculum manager for A Levels at the college, said: ” Our A-level tutors have worked extremely hard to develop virtual lessons and learning resources and we are really proud of how our students have adapted to online learning and their commitment to studying while they are at home.”
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