The Hay Levels are inspiring 3 minute films, given by the greatest teachers from around the world, to help A-Level students with their exams.
You can watch all of the Hay Levels here
You can also watch the Hay Levels Live seminars from this year's Hay Festival here.
"We are deeply grateful to our partner Universities, and specifically to these fabulous academics. I watched them filming yesterday. These are great teachers, and their generosity and clarity are extraordinary." — Peter Florence, director of Hay Festival
"Since Tata was founded in 1868, we have continued to invest in education and skills in the communities where we work – helping to develop the next generation of scientists, mathematicians and engineers. We are particularly proud to be a leading partner of Hay-Levels. We wish you the very best of luck with your A Levels." — Dr David Landsman OBE, executive director at Tata Limited
"A great idea, with a very neat name. Talking about what’s most difficult about a subject, and communicating these ideas on short films, will allow access for students to great teachers and inspiration." – The Rt Hon David Willetts, minister for universities and science
"Hay Levels – what a brilliant idea. Last year I was in the back of a minibus with a bunch of 6th formers. This year it's great to have the chance to reach all those kids preparing for A-Levels and help them to put their studies into a wider picture." — Marcus du Sautoy, Simonyi professor for the public understanding of science and professor of mathematics, University of Oxford
hay festival facts
Hay-on-Wye's population is about 1,500,
the town has nearly 30 bookshops