We are based in Birmingham
Sessions cost only £15 an hour
To ensure children are able to stay focused, we are unable to allow parents to sit in during lessons
Collaboration between tutors and parents is key. Once regular sessions have been confirmed, your child will have their own exercise book. This allows parents to see what work is being completed after each lesson. Verbal feedback is also provided at the end of every session, allowing time for questions and requests for support on chosen topics.
Sessions only take place at the business address. There is unfortunately no way for us to travel.
Our focus is on children within the primary school setting so, unfortunately, we only offer support for children working within the National Curriculum for Year 1 to Year 6.
We value collaborative working but do still offer 1:1 tuition sessions at a higher rate.
For regular lessons, children will be grouped based on their ages and abilities but will all be completing work tailored to them and to their needs. No child will be completing a task is not relevant to them - this means that there will often be more than one topic being taught at one time.
If a child has a sibling, they can be paired together regardless of their ages.
All resources will be provided. Once you have booked regular sessions, your child will be provided with a stationary set. They will have a school bag, writing book, pencil, rubber and a chosen prize.
We teach children within the primary school sector from Year 1 up to Year 6. We are also able to provide support for children in Reception, leading to Year 1 and children in Year 7, still working on the Year 6 curriculum aims.
Yes! We specialise in 11+ preparation - we work on deeper thinking and mastery, as well as exam paper practice. We have also supported many children with their SATS exams during their educational journey's in Year 6.
The first lesson will start off with an assessment of your child based on the year group they are in. Relevant tests, task sheets, games and activities will be planned to assess your child's progress and learning styles. Parents will then be provided with a summary sheet of their child's progress, a set of 'I can' statements to show National Curriculum requirements for the child, and a contract to be signed before the next lesson.
Every child is assessed on their own learning and learning styles. This information is used to plan personalised lessons and activities. While children work alongside peers, the work that they complete will differ to the child next to them. Your child's work is soley based on the topics that they need more focus on.
Group numbers may vary but will usually only contain 3 children at the most. However, when groups are larger, the group number will never exceed 5 children.
While children work among peers, their work will still be personalised to them and to their needs - our company promises 'personalised learning for your child' and this applies to every child.
If you request homework, we will be happy to provide one piece of homework per lesson. This can be for either English or Maths.