Unfortunately parents and teachers aren’t always able to provide the individual attention that learners so often need. Our tutoring team understands how difficult it is for parents to take off the parent hat and put on the teacher hat, and what a crazy, busy world we live in! We understand the limitations teachers have in the classroom environment. Let us bridge the gap.
The 5 Main Roles of a Tutor
Tutors are in the unique position to tackle each topic from a range of perspectives, thereby clarifying concepts and fostering a deep understanding of the subject matter. By adapting to the most appropriate teaching style, tutors are able to facilitate those sparks of understanding that are so rewarding to your child.
Through mentoring, tutors are able to access the key to what will motivate your child. This gives your child incentive to work alone between lessons, and allows them to take pride and responsibility for their successes.
Disorganised or missing reference material hinders the working process, while good organisation holds the key to a successful learning environment. Our tutors empower your child to get organised and apply the right study methods for the material. This gives your child the ability to control and set the pace of their learning.
Many children struggle with negative feelings towards certain subjects. Our tutors encourage belief in their ability through praise and encouragement.
The right mindset will help your child effectively tackle their schoolwork, and grow their overall confidence. Our tutors are great at shifting your child from a negative attitude towards a positive attitude.
Constant assessment and feedback are an important aspect of the mentor relationship. An assessment will be made upon completing initial lessons to ensure that our tutors are able to best serve you. This will guide the aims and goals of the lessons, your child’s confidence levels and any problem areas to be addressed.
Our key focus is one-on-one attention
One-on-one lessons are completely personalised and tailored to meet the specific requirements of your child. Tutors don’t waste time on concepts that your child is comfortable with, they concentrate on the areas your child needs help with. This means that tutors address the unique needs of your child ensuring they reach their potential.