Your child’s timetables will always be built around their specific needs. But to give you an idea, here is an example of a typical day:

 Healthy breakfastYour child needs to be ready to start the day and have had plenty of sleep.
9.30 - 10.15 amCheck-inThe tutor arrives and discusses plans for the day with the child. Work begins with a read through the newspaper to generate discussions on current affairs.
10.15 - 1.00 pmMorning LessonsA series of 40-minute lessons with breaks and a healthy snack to keep up the focus. Typically, Maths and English are taught in the mornings.
 LunchHealthy food and quiet time: no TV, no computers and a walk is encouraged.
2.00 - 4.30pmAfternoon LessonsMore 40-minute lessons with breaks. Normally afternoon lessons rotate through humanities, languages and science.
2.00 - 4.30pmSportsTwo afternoons a week are devoted to sports and educational trips.
4:30pmSchool finishesThe child is free to do whatever they like. They will have some additional reading to complete, but very little homework – the day is intense and homework is generally avoided.

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