Take a few minutes to skim through our testimonials. You'll no doubt feel a sense of surprise. People's experience shows that tutoring does so much more than just boost grades. It changes lives. Like most parents you are probably looking for an English tutor to help your child with some specific goal or challenge. However, with the right tutor, you get so much more. Once a student has the...
Take a few minutes to skim through our testimonials. You'll no doubt feel a sense of surprise. People's experience shows that tutoring does so much more than just boost grades. It changes lives. Like most parents you are probably looking for an English tutor to help your child with some specific goal or challenge. However, with the right tutor, you get so much more.
Once a student has the experience of progress and accomplishment they learn, and start to internalize, the idea "If I try, I can accomplish". This confidence often results in a performance improvement across all subjects, not just English and starts a student on the cycle of success. It's addictive too! Having a sense of confidence in one's own abilities is so rewarding!
We'll provide an English tutor in Atwell or any other location that works for you. Tell us where works. Tell us when works. Tell us any specific requests. We'll do the rest.
Give us a quick buzz on 1300 312 354 and speak to one of our consultants. It should take them 10-15 minutes to get a brief understanding of your needs and availability. The next thing from there, a local Atwell English tutor will contact you to organise the first lesson. Guess what else? The first lesson is a trial - so if you don't like it, you won't be charged.
The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
I continue to encourage Niamh to talk aloud when she is considering a question so that she can be aware of her own thinking processes but also to allow her tutor to help identify other techniques. I also remind Niamh that it is ok to be wrong and to seek help when needed. I also believe Niamh should continue to check her answers to ensure she has not made a lazy error. Niamh must also remain neat in her work and show each step taken to come to a solution, especially in worded problems.
Shivani shows an excellent attitude to her work and put in a lot of effort in our sessions. Her work habits so far seem pretty good, she always has her exercise book, reading book, dictionary and pencil case ready to go for tutoring.
At present, a main area which must be worked on is avoiding careless mistakes. This can be done through establishing a habit of contiunously backchecking her work. Developing such a habit will definitely reflect on future examinations and will boost her marks.
Christopher has a very great communication style and is fun and he made the lesson engaging and also challenging.
Washim has been great. Josephine received C/D marks last semester for Maths and has achieved an A- and a B+ for her most recent exams this term so her time with Washim has been very helpful.
Leon had his first session with Tabinder last Wednesday and I am pleased to say it went very well.