We were delighted to be announced winners of the prestigious Relocate Global awards last week. This reflects the work we do for families overseas, who either require a full time tutor, or advice about school selection in the UK. You can read what the judges had to say about us here.
19th May, 2017. We were pleased to be asked to provide an Insider’s Guide to Success at 13+ You can read the full story which includes advice for both students and parents on p. 15 and p.16 of Private School Magazine.
We were asked to comment on how to get into the school that you want for your child. Helena Pozniak’s article contains some really useful thoughts from our MD and Founder as well as several head teachers and other education experts. You can download a copy of How to get into the school of your choice here.
2nd March, 2017. Several of our students are thinking about 2 year degrees. Along with University registrars we contributed to This article, which has some useful points to help weigh up the pros and cons of a two year course.
February 2015. We were featured in a popular article about, ‘Tiger Mums’, where our client defended her decision to invest in private tuition to help her son prepare for Colet Court. You can read the full story here.
February 20th, 2017. We were featured in Anya Waddington’s insightful article about early years tuition. There is plenty of detailed information about what the experts do (and do not!) advise. You can download a PDF of the article here.
December 26th, 2016. We were delighted to be asked by The Telegraph to offer advice on the forthcoming 11+ exams. You can read our Top 10 tips here.
December 20th 2016, We were asked onto London live to discuss the pressures that the 11+ exams put on parents and students alike. You can watch the full clip of the programme here.
April 30th, 2013. Telegraph writer, Judith Woods hired a pre-school tutor to introduce role-play and phonics to her daughter. Details of how they got on in the full article here.
April, 2013. We gave comment on the use on the rise of ‘accent reduction’ by foreign families living in London. The article is here.