We can cater for a range of requirements, whether it be helping a child who has fallen behind at school, helping to consolidate topics currently being covered in class, assisting with examination preparation, or just to stretch your child further in their subjects of interest. A list of subjects covered is shown below.
Resources such as books, past papers and worksheets will be provided by the tutor. Mock exams and mock interviews, including interview training, will be undertaken where required. All aspects of learning and development will be addressed, from actual course content, to revision methods and exam skills. The student’s progress is closely monitored, and parents can always expect honest assessments and regular feedback.
The majority of customers opt for traditional in-home tutoring. Tuition is offered on a one-to-one basis, usually at the tutee’s home, with a minimum of one hour per week per subject recommended. Tuition in pairs or small groups may be available where appropriate (at a reduced rate of £18 per student per hour), and tuition at the tutor’s home is possible in some instances if mutually convenient.
We are also pleased to be able to offer online tuition via Skype. It is free to set up a Skype account, so you would incur no extra cost through this method, and many people feel online tuition is less intrusive than having someone enter their home. This option could come in useful for those with tight schedules, or customers who live beyond a reasonable travelling distance. We use a Wacom™ Bamboo pen tablet which allows the tutor to annotate documents on screen, as well as draw out diagrams or equations which the student can watch as we go along. This technology has proven to be very effective with online students, and with it the tutor can explain concepts very clearly and effectively.
We can proof read documents in any subject, including essays as well as personal statements for college or university. This involves thorough analysis and correction of spelling, grammar and style, to enable your child’s thoughts and ideas to come across in the clearest and most effective manner to their assessors.
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|Primary, ages 7-11
(Key Stage 2)
|Secondary, ages 11-14
(Key Stage 3)
(Key Stage 4)
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