Schools & Education

At Blessed our 'Schools' have been established to assist you as a young student to reach your learning potential and achieve your goals. The classes are small (maximum of 10 students) and are designed to complement school work in conjunction with the national curriculum.
young boys getting taught


Full or Part time school from year 7 to 11

Small classes studying a broad balanced curriculum. Our success is achieved by small class sizes in a safe environment where we build trust and the students develop a good self esteem and confidence. We also recruit excellent and well experienced teachers who are passionate about their subjects and are able to positively impact the students.

Alternative Education

Specially tailored tuition for some children who may not accelerate at the same pace as their counterparts: due to English being their second language, children who have behavioural challenges or SEN.
Whatever the reason, we aim to meet that need and bridge the gap where mainstream schools have been unable to do so.
Our experienced tutors and trained teachers can offer:
• Small groups
• One-to-one attention
• Home tuition
business training
female high school teacher taking class

Online Tuition

Via: Skype, WhatsApp, Zoom, Facetime etc

  • Choose the platform of your choice
  • Flexible times available with tutor
  • Parent/adult should be present when a child is being tutored
  • All tutors are qualified and experienced in their subject area and tutor the students to achieve high standards

Tuition Fees from £25/hour agreed prior to commencement of sessions and monthly or termly payments due in advance.


Tuition and Private Tuition

Private tuition, evenings, weekends, during holidays and term-times in any subject at all levels.
Qualified and Experienced Tutors available for Infants and Primary levels, Secondary to GCSE, Secondary to AS & A Level, College and University levels, Private tuition in all subjects to GCSE, A Level and University Levels.
At your home or our training centre.
Subjects we offer include:
  • Maths
  • English Language 
  • English Literature 
  • Science 
  • Bookkeeping and Accounts
  • Other academic subjects
high school students studying
school teacher teaching students

11 + Preparation

Tuition for students in years 4 & 5 for 11 plus exams.

These highly competitive exams are for children attempting to gain entrance into various Independent and Grammar Schools.

• Maths
• English
• Verbal reasoning
• Non-verbal reasoning
• How to work quickly and accurately
• How to find and follow patterns and rules
• How to process graphical and pictorial information
• Essay writing
• Reading and comprehension
• Multiple choice questions and many more techniques.

We test to assess, teach to progress and test to improve.

Our timetable is as follows:

Mitcham Daytime School

10.00am - 12.00pm
12.00pm - 2.00pm
2.00pm - 4.00pm

Do you need to excel in your academic studies?

Blessed Ltd Saturday School offers the following education programmes:

• Help with home work
• Entrance exams
• 11+
• GCSEs (can also take early GCSEs)
• AS and A levels
• KS1 - KS4 

Curriculum, Prospectus and Policies

Curriculum for Years 7 to 11

Other policies available on request:

  • Anti-Bullying
  • Appraisal
  • Attendance
  • Behaviour
  • Child Protection
  • Complaints & Compliments
  • Curriculum
  • Data Protection
  • Equality, Race & Diversity
  • E-Safety guidelines
  • Exclusion
  • First Aid
  • Health & Safety + addendum
  • IAG
  • Lone teaching
  • Marking
  • Observation of lessons
  • Preventing Radicalism & Extremism
  • PSHE & SRE
  • Risk Assessments
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Safer Recruitment
  • Security & Safety


Students from Year 9 onwards can attend Merton Youth Parliament monthly meetings and take part in mock trials at the Crown Court. Contact made with Ms Sarah Safo of Merton Youth Parliament (Ph: 020 8274 4959; email:




  • Bitesize
  • Interactive Resources
  • Teen Reads


  • English Bitesize
  • English Literature Bitesize
  • Year 11 Revision Blog


Throughout the year we try to have guest lecturers to come into class and provide an insight into working in the health and social care sector. The students were also able to visit local Health and Social Care providers including a care home and a local nursery which enabled them to complete their controlled assessments. We will also invite visitors into lessons including pharmacists, care workers, midwife etc. and also people who deliver apprenticeship talks.


  • Who wants to be a millionaire?


  • Wildlife area development
    - visit to Deen City Farm
  • Science Museum
    - Museum of Wimbledon


  • Visit a recycling site
    Abbey mills-
  • History & Geography museum
    Wandle River and Valley Park where they are encouraged to observe human and natural features of the park and consider the benefits of the area socially, economically and environmentally.
  • PE - Visits to the local YMCA gym
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Careers and future progression talks


CV writing; job search; work placements; volunteering, college and sixth form visits and interviews.