English, Maths and GCSE Science.
6 to 16.
Yes, but it’s imperative you contact us in advance to give your child the best chance of success, allowing them to prepare.
Parents’ nights are often the best way to give an indication as to whether your child is struggling in their studies. You can also try communicating with them and finding out what areas of maths, English and Science they struggle with in their homework.
We guarantee to work with your child until they feel confident to flourish and no longer feel daunted by the prospect of the problematic area. Combined with our tutoring, school work and extra homework from ourselves and school; your child will instantly improve both academically and in self-confidence.
Every child is different, so it’s important they come in for a FREE Assessment so we can come up with a plan and targets for them to work towards. There is no contract or obligation to attend for a long period of time, but we’ll regularly provide parental feedback so you know exactly how your child is doing.
We’ve taught children with ADHD, Aspergers, Dyslexia, Autism and others in the past. But it’s very important you get in touch and set up an interview and assessment with us, so we can establish whether we can effectively tutor them. We want to offer the best for your child, so this is a very important process, but we’re always willing to go the extra mile regardless of any disabilities. Please call for more details.
No. All of our tutoring is done in the professional centre so your child has access to all of our top learning packages and technology in an optimal learning environment, without any distractions. We find that a fresh inspiring learning environment away from School and home is highly motivational.
1 hour + 20 minutes. The lessons are broken up in 10 minute activities so your child never gets bored.
Monday to Thursday 4.15pm 5.45pm and 7.15pm Saturdays 9.30am 11am and 12.30pm. We don't offer lessons on Fridays or Sundays.
Your child's activity will vary dependent on their personalised lesson plan but will include a combination of computer activities, interactive resources and workbooks all designed to provide continual success. the lesson is slightly different for GCSE students in year 10 and 11.
Yes. Homework is an essential part of the tutoring program, particularly for the reading aspect of tuition. We are aware of other homework from school, so we only set a limit of around half an hours work each week. If you have difficulty getting your child to complete the homework, please speak to us.
Inform your child’s school teacher they’re attending extra tuition so you can be informed with any improvements and areas which need attention outside of school hours. With homework, ensure you set a distraction free environment for your child to learn in.