Getting through 12 grades of school has its challenges. From actually passing exams to building intellectual independence to figuring out what to do after high school's over. Everyone can remember some of the hurdles that came up during the school years of their life. We have 67 English tutors in Daceyville available to help your child overcome some of those hurdles. Private tutoring is all about a tailored approach, so whether your child needs to overcome some...
Getting through 12 grades of school has its challenges. From actually passing exams to building intellectual independence to figuring out what to do after high school's over. Everyone can remember some of the hurdles that came up during the school years of their life. We have 67 English tutors in Daceyville available to help your child overcome some of those hurdles. Private tutoring is all about a tailored approach, so whether your child needs to overcome some confidence issues, develop a study plan, prepare for exams or comprehend some specific trouble topics, we're here to help. And, what helps the most is having a good student-tutor fit, it's really a core ingredient that determines whether tutoring will help your child in the way you want.
So how does it all work?
The tutoring is done in your home at a time and day that is convenient. We want you to be super happy with your English tutor so the first lesson works as a trial: don't like it = don't pay for it. No extra charges, booking costs, cancellation fees, minimum requirements or anything of that sort. Pay for the tutoring time used at the end of each month based on a simple hourly rate. That's all!
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.
This month, David and I finished s big unit we worked on all term: Year 8 Percentages. David demonstrated excellent understanding of the topic, and at its conclusion got nearly all the answers correct in a tough non-calculator 12-question summative test. Throughout he showed good format, pen to paper, self questioning and talking aloud skills. In particular David was exemplary in asking some key and tough questions, showing great mathematical thinking.
Chloe is prepared and ready to learn in each of her lessons. She seems keen to both work on areas of difficulty and work ahead in her studies of maths. Chloe works hard to improve her maths skills, and is developing a good understanding of maths because of it. Chloe attempts all of the homework I give her and we work through the questions she has trouble with during our lessons.
Gaps covered so far are the adding and subtracting of fractions with different denominators. Ratios: test later this week. By end of tutoring session she had a better understanding of ratios and their similarity to fractions.
Thomas got 83% in each of his 2 Maths exams in the last week, (he went from 97 % to 50 % which made us think of tutoring) but for me its not the mark , it's the fact that he is happy and confident and really looking forward to his tutor time. It has done such a lot for his confidence Big thanks to Gabrielle!
We are all very happy with Rebecca. Myself, my husband and especially Grace, which is wonderful. Rebecca and Grace's school teacher have spoken via email and are working together. I think it is too early to see any real progress, as you said we would expect to see a difference in the next couple of months. But for now we are glad Grace is getting the help she needs while enjoying the company of Rebecca.
Mitch has been so wonderful with Nick and is doing an amazing job tutoring Nick, especially getting Nick focused on completing his maths homework. He has worked with Nick so well and has established a great working relationship with him. His patient demeanor is certainly a strong attribute and has made tutoring for Nick so much easier. Nick has commented several times that 'he has learnt more with Mitch today than he has all week with his teacher'.