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 Bellambi. 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 Bellambi 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.
When prompted Arlo uses talking about his thinking process out loud, writing down his working and checking over his answers to positive effect. On a number of occassions these habits have resulted in either correct answers on the first try or correct revised answers where Arlo realises himself that he has made a mistake.
Matt was engaged for all lessons and was a pleasure to work with. Matt completed all past papers as per the study plan, allowing us to review problem areas in the following lessons. Matt and I agreed on a study plan and he stuck to it without any issues.
There are no apparent gaps in her work although if there are weaknesses she needs to work through examples from the teacher's worksheets and try to solve them for herself to make sure she understands how to solve the problems. Thao should summarize every few weeks the maths concepts, ideas, formulas and rules etc to get a link between the topics and a more broad understanding of maths/physics. This will help her to focus on any weaknesses she may have.
Cameron is turning out to be a great tutor and Mitchell really enjoys the sessions.
Domenic has only had one session with Alvin, but he thinks he is 'awesome'. He likes the tips and tricks Alvin explains for solving maths problems. He's not keen on tutorials over holidays so will continue with more weekly lessons starting next week.
I am very happy with Aston. Joshua loved him and Aston is a great role Josh. Aston will be coming over for the second tutoring lesson tomorrow and I am pretty sure everything will work out perfectly.