Involving reasoning about shapes, patterns and sequences, non-verbal and spatial reasoning is becoming an increasingly popular form of assessment.
These workshops cover a range of key topics such as analogies, codes, nets of cubes, matrices, reflected shapes and more.
Live lessons are led by experienced tutors and take place in virtual classrooms where tutors and students are able to interact via camera and microphones, see resources on the virtual whiteboard and take part in quizzes and learning games.
The experience is designed to be just like a real classroom – but online! Groups are kept small (a maximum of 8 pupils) to enable tutors to provide tailored support – both during and outside the lesson.