Every student needs help sometimes, and often that help is needed in English. From basics like punctuation, spelling and grammar right up to narrative writing, proof reading and literary analysis. The Australian curriculum is thorough and there are various challenges that pop up for students over the years. At some point most students could use some help and an English tutor does just that - help! Ideally that help comes before the student has formed a negative cycle or...
Every student needs help sometimes, and often that help is needed in English. From basics like punctuation, spelling and grammar right up to narrative writing, proof reading and literary analysis. The Australian curriculum is thorough and there are various challenges that pop up for students over the years. At some point most students could use some help and an English tutor does just that - help! Ideally that help comes before the student has formed a negative cycle or fallen into a no-effort habit.
What we do is facilitate that help as a home service, we'll organise an in-home English tutor in Double Bay, or wherever it is convenient for you.
A local Double Bay English tutor will come to you at a time and day of your chosing and offer tutoring help in a manner tailored for your child's unique situation. The first lesson works as a trial so that if your child doesn't connect well with the tutor, you don't have to pay and we can organise someone else for you.
The terms of service are super simple too. No contracts or minimum hours or cancellation fees or anything like that. You get charged a simple hourly rate. That's it.
Give us a try, it's a risk-free proposal. 1300 975 754
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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.
Sean is a very diligent student that aims to answer any questions I give him, no matter how difficult they are. He is able to get through the exercises I set him during the lesson and for homework fairly quickly and with little to no errors. I feel Sean needs to work on back checking his work after completing it, especially as he is able to do the work in such little time. This will benefit him a lot now and force him to prevent errors when faced with in-class tests and exams.
Attitude overall is quite good! Sarah seems to be engaged and willing to learn in Maths. There are topics she does well in and she favours doing these questions. Just have to make sure that she understands the majority of the concepts to get consistently good results in Maths.
The problem area this month has been trigonometry and having a good conceptual understanding of the trigonometric functions and four quadrants, however this is expected and normal since trigonometry is only briefly introduced in year 10, and begins to be studied in depth from year 11 and onwards. The main focus was being able to manipulate basic trigonometric functions and Josh has become quite proficient with these.
All is well. We agree it can take some time to settle in, but having Meg has already improved the children's routine and helped up with homework. The plan is to increase the time that she comes to 1 and a half hours. We are looking at then continuing that through next year.
We are very happy with Jacob. Brendan has developed a good relationship with him and is happy to have tutoring. His exams are next week so I am hoping he will show an improvement and be more confident going into the test.
I just want to say that Daniel has finished his HSC and he received absolutely wonderful help from Andrew. I have recommended Ezy Math Tutoring to a friend of mine who will be in touch with you. Also, Lucy has been lovely and very helpful for Julia. Julia has finished her exams for the year and she is sure that without Lucy's help she would have really struggled with her maths.