Revision Videos

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Sample videos:

Students should pause the video when they see the notes icon...

...and make notes in an exercise book using the Cornell method.

Our videos are free and available on YouTube. If you are unable to use YouTube at your school, our videos are also available on the ClickView library and to buy from our shop on a USB flash drive.


We don't produce generic videos that cover several topics across many examination boards. Instead we focus exactly on what students need to learn for the exam they will be sitting. There are 89 videos for AQA 8525 covering the entire course. Each video tackles a very specific bullet point from the specification and they are completely ad-free too.


Videos are ideal for teachers who are less confident than they would like to be in delivering the content of the course. You can simply play them from the front of the class or students can watch them independently in the lesson on their own computers if they bring a set of cheap earbuds to school.


Each video is usually limited to about 12 minutes. Just enough time to cover the detail required without being too boring! Each video is also accompanied with a set of useful simple revision notes. We recommend students pause the video when they see the notes icon and jot these notes down in an exercise book. Ideally using the Cornell method of note-taking if you want a really impressive class activity or homework. Pause, rewind and watch again, video is a fantastic way for students to learn if they miss a lesson.


Craig and Dave teach using a flipped classroom pedagogy. We set the video to watch ahead of the lesson, and students write their notes in an exercise book for homework. Students bring their exercise book to the lesson and use it to aid them in completing their classwork. This means they come to the lesson with the knowledge you were going to teach them, accelerating the pace of the lesson and covering more content in a shorter amount of time. It means you have a lot more time to go over difficult concepts, ask questions, spend time with individuals or small groups, and students will be more independent too. Instead of students having very different starting points, they can all start the lesson with the same base knowledge, if not in their heads, in their books. That means you can begin activities immediately without the need for boring chalk and talk time! Of course not all students will do their homework! In that case they simply watch the video in the lesson instead.


Have a look at our workbooks which complement our videos and ensure every student can be successful in learning the theory with this approach.


We do update the videos from time-to-time to maintain the right focus for students as we learn more from past-papers. Unfortunately this breaks the links to videos you may have. To ensure you have a static link to the very latest video, we suggest linking to pages on our student site instead of directly to YouTube. Each video has it's own static page on our student site.


Our videos are also great for private revision towards the end of the course and are watched by thousands of students every year! Our most frequently asked question, "who narrates the videos?" Craig made the AQA 8525 ones.

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