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I’m Owly

Zero Years of Teaching Experience...becuase i'm not human

However, our team of scientists can tell you all about my fluffy feathers and my stealth super powers.

In the night skye, Wooded suburbs

East Meadow, Isle of Man

Did you know: A great gray owl can hear a beetle running through grass a 100 feet away or a mouse squeaking at a distance of half a mile. So, just whisper and we’ll pick up your sound waves.

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Online Tutoring

  • Tutoring Experience:

    Profession : Lecturers, Biology, Chemistry and Physics upto Grade 10.

  • Online Tutoring Experience:

    We have conducted more then 240 hours of science online tutorial classes for long distance students by helping them to achieve their grades.

  • Tutoring Approach:

    We are able to guide in various method based on student’s level; all teaching materials are on standby; nurturing students to achieve their full potential is our responsibility.

  • Assessments:

    Our assessments are developed in-house and are designed to gather relevant information about student performance, progress, areas of strength and the areas which require further development.

  • Practice Exam Questions

    Since practice tests stimulate revision and studying, they encourage earlier learning and so space out learning, which is likely to improve retention of knowledge.

  • Online Platforms:

    All distance learning will take place on popular teaching platforms suchs as google classroom. Pupil work will be assignment, marked and returned to learners by our tutors.

  • One to One:

    Online tutoring are based on one-to-one learning with our experienced tutors. This will give our learners an enriched learning experience.

  • Parental Engagement:

    We will virtually meet our parents/carers and discuss the progress at the end of a learning period. We will give constructive feedback to learners and this will improve a student’s confidence, self-awareness and enthusiasm for learning.

Our Online Learning Workflow

Biology | Chemistry | Physics


Identify the Topic - Preparation

We will first establish the type of course you are enrolled on and identify the areas you would like to be supported in. It is common for our students to enroll for a long-term plan to provide full coverage in the academic year.


Initial Assessment - Presentation

During this process, we will be working together in identifying an individual’s learning and support needs to enable the design of an individual learning plan which will provide the structure for their learning.


The Hard Graft - Practice

We will use our preferred choice of online platform (google classroom) to support your child by using a range of teaching tools and strategies such as; animations, quizzes, open/closed ended questions, exam questions, retention exercises, marking & feedback and much more.


Feedback and Expertise - Performance

We will assess the quality of learning during the duration of teaching. Our tailored mades assessments would give us indicaton on how effectively we have plugged the gaps in learning. More importantly, we will meticulously analyse the data collated during the assessments and address any any further gaps in knowledge.

More About Learning Online

Four-phase Learning Cycle.
Phase 1 Preparation: Arousing Interest
Phase 2 Presentation: Encountering the New Knowledge or Skills
Phase 3 Practice: Integrating the New Knowledge or Skills
Phase 4 Performance: Applying the New Knowledge and Skills
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What tools do I need?
How to Join
Parental engagement

Science Areas We Cover

Taught by Fully Accredited Teachers (UK) PGCE and Fully Vetted

Key Stage 1Primary school (lower primary)
Key stage 2Junior School (upper primary)
Key Stage 3Middle school
Key Stage 4High School
Scientific EnquiryAll years
In KS1 science, your child will be learning about the importance of asking questions, gathering evidence, carrying out experiments and looking at different ways of presenting their results. We will be covering all the core topics your child will study in school, including how animals and humans move, feed and grow, parts of the body, plants, the properties of different materials, electricity, forces and motion. Then have fun at home with great experiments that reinforce learning and get your child excited about science and the world around them.
Throughout KS2, your child will study science topics in three broad categories: life and living things, materials and their properties and physical processes.

You can support science learning at home, help your child develop the skills of ‘scientific enquiry’ and stimulate their interest in the world around them with our KS2 sciences worksheets, activities and games.

For each topic, we have resources to reinforce learning at home in a practical and experimental way and encourage your child to think about methods of ‘scientific enquiry’, such as ideas and evidence and investigative skills.

Our syllabus complements 140 ideas within the programme of study can lead to students moving to a new theme almost every lesson.
The programme of study lists 140 biology, chemistry and physics ideas and don’t distinguish what’s most/least important, nor the links between ideas. The content is under 10 big idea headings: Forces, Electromagnetism, Energy, Waves, Matter, Reactions, Earth, Organisms, Ecosystems and Genes. Each idea contains four smaller topics: the building blocks for the big ideas.
Here, sciences are best taught separately, within their own areas of disciplines. Biology, chemistry and physics content are presented clearly and taught with the aid of animations to help undertstand abstract ideas. Some areas include; Cell Biology; Organisation; Infection and response; and Bioenergetics; Atomic structure and the periodic table; Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter; Quantitative chemistry, Chemical changes; and Energy changes; Forces; Waves; Magnetism and electromagnetism; and Space physics.
Scientific Enquiry describes the processes and skills pupils should be taught and use, to find out more about the world and how it works. Scientists use three types of investigations to research and develop explanations for events in the nature: descriptive investigation, comparative investigation, and experimental investigation.

This method involves making observations, forming questions, making hypotheses, doing an experiment, analyzing the data, and forming a conclusion. Every scientific experiment performed is an example of the scientific method in action, but it is also used by non-scientists in everyday situations.

Biology Fun

What did the male stamen say to the female pistil?


Answer: I like your “style.”

Chemistry Fun

Have you heard the one about a chemist who was reading a book about helium?

Answer:He just couldn’t put it down.

Physics Fun

Why can’t you trust an atom?



Answer: They make up everything.

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