Every parent wants to know their child's education is in good hands. Your child might rarely ask for help, or they might need a bit of a push here and there. Either way, once they need help it can get a bit overwhelming finding the right support. That goes double for science subjects. Physics is tricky - the demands are getting increasingly complex. On top of that, you want to know that the person guiding your child through the content, is also...
Every parent wants to know their child's education is in good hands. Your child might rarely ask for help, or they might need a bit of a push here and there. Either way, once they need help it can get a bit overwhelming finding the right support.
That goes double for science subjects. Physics is tricky - the demands are getting increasingly complex. On top of that, you want to know that the person guiding your child through the content, is also someone your child can rely on.
Not all parents know what to look for in a tutor. Not all parents have the time.
That's where we can help.
We provide one-on-one physics tutoring in Bardia. All we need is to have a chat so we can figure out what kind of support your child needs.
A good tutor observes how a student learns, offers encouragement and shows them how to stay on task. A good tutor also knows when to step back. That way, in the end, students not only get the grades they want, but they also become independent learners.
That is what the tutors we work with aim for - students standing on their own two feet.
So what's next?
Once you reach out to us we set up the first lesson with a local Bardia physics tutor. You pay a simple hourly fee.
The first lesson comes with a money-back guarantee to make sure you are completely happy with the match.
As simple as that.
Have more questions?
Give us a call!
1300 312 354
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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.
Note taking skills are excellent, communicates her ideas very clearly and working out is easy to follow. Not afraid to ask questions or give the question a go, which is excellent as it doesn't waste time in lessons. There is some rule dependency when it comes to calculations.
Ivy has a great attitude. She voices her opinion. I am not sure about in-class behavior but in our sessions she is happy to be wrong and understands that it is merely part of the journey to getting it right. Ivy has put in a tremendous amount of effort, particularly in her times tables. Ivy's work-book that we use is exemplary. She always does her home work and it is clear that her parents are a very active part of her progress.
she has big gaps in divisions, so it required to revise that topic in order to continuous the learning experience conceptof changing signs during the equation solving and she gets confused with division and multiplication
Douglas was great & Liam responded well with him - But the school have always had in house tutoring that Liam was uncomfortable attending - But with Douglas's input he now feels confident to go and take that path. As I pay School fees this makes more sense than another outlay on top. He is making great progress and all is well.
Just wanted to let you know that Mark seems like a good match for Nik. He really likes him and had a really successful first session. Thanks for your support and assistance in finding him!
Bre says she is happy with Ameya. He explains things well and ensures she understands things before moving on. Only week 3 but all good so far.