Learning science is full of twists and turns. It's about making embarrassing mistakes, overcoming setbacks and chasing those exhilarating aha moments. If they want to achieve great results students need to put in the time, but they also need to learn at a quicker pace - a learning pace that might not be completely comfortable to them. Some students get to the finish line quicker and some students struggle along the way.
Learning science is full of twists and turns. It's about making embarrassing mistakes, overcoming setbacks and chasing those exhilarating aha moments.
If they want to achieve great results students need to put in the time, but they also need to learn at a quicker pace - a learning pace that might not be completely comfortable to them. Some students get to the finish line quicker and some students struggle along the way.
This is exactly when they can benefit from guided learning the most.
We work with great physics tutors in Chipping Norton who can support your child's academic progress. There's always a test or quiz around the corner and with a great tutor guiding them, students tend to feel less overwhelmed.
Tutors are also great role models. It's all about the connection they make with the student. We've found that when a tutor and a child click - that's when learning happens.
That is exactly what we look for in a tutor, someone attuned to the specific needs of your child.
All we need is to have a quick chat with you. We organise a tutor to come to your home for one-on-one tutoring, at a time that works for you and your child.
You pay a simple hourly rate. And if it happens that you are not completely happy with the tutor, we consider the first lesson a free trial. Then we keep looking for a better match.
Sounds good so far? We can start looking for a local physics tutor in Chipping Norton right away!
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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.
Esme has shown a very positive attitude towards learning maths. She utilises many strategies such as talking aloud, pen to paper, good corrections which allow her to minimise errors and work out answers efficiently.
Abbey has been a very positive student. I haven't heard any negative comments from her thus far, but I want to start encouraging her to say positive things about the work she is doing, even if she gets something wrong. A lot of the time she is one step away from getting a question right, so it's better to focus on what she's doing right than the fact that she got something wrong.
Problem areas I have noticed for Charlee stem from simple calculation mistakes. For instance when trying to count up she will often miss a digit that will throw off her answer. While this in itself isn't a major problem, it becomes troubling when she has to use that answer for another problem compounding her mistake.
Jonathan and Ellie have started well - she seems to be very happy with the work he's going over and Jonathan has been punctual and engaged in her learning.
Everything seems to be going well so far, Angelina is finally'getting' long division. She is stubborn in finding ways not to rote learn her times tables, however! Shahzad is very patient with her. We are finding the experience a very positive one.
Jordan seems to be doing a great job with Ruby after 2 lessons. I am happy for him to continue and hope that Ruby continues to improve.