Update: Clarification of CSPS Endon Startup Offer

Hi all,

Just a little clarification on CSPS Endon. The class is starting on Wednesday, 11.05.2011, and for eight term-tie weeks we’re offering you training for free. You can literally come along and train every time for eight (term-time) weeks without handing over a penny. After that, it will cost just £3 per student per lesson.

No joining fee. No monthly fee. Just £3 per lesson.

Here’s a breakdown of which weeks these will be, because half-term is in the middle of it so some people have been getting a little confused:

Free Week 1: Wednesday, 11.05.2011
Free Week 2: Wednesday, 18.05.2011
Free Week 3: Wednesday, 25.05.2011
(Half term, so we’re not training on Wednesday, 01.06.2011.)
Free Week 4: Wednesday, 08.06.2011
Free Week 5: Wednesday, 15.06.2011
Free Week 6: Wednesday, 22.06.2011
Free Week 7: Wednesday, 29.06.2011
Free Week 8: Wednesday, 06.07.2011

So starting from Wednesday, 13.07.2011 classes will cost £3 per student. This class is exclusive to EHS students and teachers (though this could be subject to change in the future, so keep your eyes on the updates).

Come and have a go, it won’t cost you anything! In fact, I’d recommend that you do while the exams are on, even if you hate it and never come back. Exercise is the best remedy for stress – when I had my GCSEs, I actually trained more than usual because I was getting stressed. As a result, I was chilled out in the exams themselves, and they went much better than I expected. I’m digressing anyway – come and have a go, you’re all more than welcome. It’s fun and friendly; we’re not recruiting an army, despite the fact that much of the training is derived from various global special forces! Respectful but fun too is how I’d describe the atmosphere we train in. I’m well-known for my bad jokes though, so I’ll warn you about those right now.

Spread the word! (About the class, not my bad jokes…)

See you next week! Any questions then feel free to email us at csps.info@gmail.com or ask Mr Legomski, Mrs Hughes or Jacob Nixon in Y7.

FCIns. Josh Nixon

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Update: March 2011

Hey all,

First off, let me send out a huge thank you to everyone who’s been showing interest in CSPS over this start-up period. We’ve been having steady views here at CSPS Online, and have been pleased with all of the questions we’ve been receiving. By all means keep them coming! To address some of the more repetitive questions, I’ve just updated the FAQ section to accommodate the ones we keep getting again and again, so if I refer you to that section I’m not being rude and ignoring you; I just don’t have the time to type out the same answer over and over again. Also thanks to everyone who’s following us on Twitter, our likers on Facebook and our subscribers on YouTube too. We really appreciate all of the support and interest.

Thanks to the select few (and you know who you are, my friends) who’ve been contributing to the redrafting process of the Syllabus and Guide, many hours of discussion and training later we’ve finally published version 1.0; the final draft and the first official release version! There has also been a general redraft of some of this site’s information as a result, because a lot of the information is also found in the introductory pages of the booklet.

Syllabi will be available in class for just £1 – I’m really sorry to have to charge, but it’s literally just to cover the printing costs. It’s a 23-page concise booklet, so I’m not ripping you off with it; you’re getting a meaty wad of paper for your quid. It’ll be invaluable in your training to have a copy of everything you’ll need to hand, but while it’s recommended it is of course optional, and you can share with a friend or anything. You’re also not obliged to buy a new copy with each update; we’ll tell you what the changes are if and when updates happen (CSPS evolves, as you all know) and you can annotate your copies instead of buying a whole new book.

The Syllabus also now explains our revolutionary, unique ‘CSPS Ranges Notation System’, which I created myself, in the Beginners’ section, just so you have a reference for that as well as everything else. If anyone has any suggestions, criticism or spots and mistakes (even niggly English mistakes – they’re important to us!) then just chuck us an email at csps.info@gmail.com.

See you all in May at the launch of CSPS Endon – full details on the Classes page.

Thanks again,
FCIns. Josh Nixon

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