Private Tuition can help your child achieve their academic potential. However, there are plenty of things that you can do at home to help your child through their educational career. This page contains a wealth of resources to allow you to aid your child as much as possible.
Homeschooling is a large commitment but it can be the best option for a lot of children. The individual focus which homeschooling allows, as well as the freedom from the distractions of the classroom and the ability to accommodate any additional educational needs that the child may have, makes it an increasingly attractive option for a lot of parents. However, when you are thinking about investing in homeschooling, you need to be in possession of all of the facts. Our Definitive Guide to Homeschooling can really help. It addresses all the educational benefits of homeschooling, as well as the sacrifices that it entails, in a clear and impartial manner. There is discussion of how to find the tutors to help your child as well as a breakdown of the cost of homeschooling. It gives you everything you need to start planning the perfect homeschooling experience for your child, you can read the full guide here.
GCSE results day can be a stressful day as well as an extremely joyful one. They are the first, major, national exams that your child will sit and they can be a great measure of progress, as well as an important step to securing your sixth form of choice. You can read all of our advice for GCSE results day here.
A Level results day is one of the most pressured days that your child will undergo. It is the moment when so much of their future is decided and it is important to know exactly what to do, whether your results are better or worse than expected. You can read our comprehensive A Level results day advice here.
One of the things that can really affect a child’s academic progress is undiagnosed dyslexia. Dyslexia can be a tricky subject and diagnoses are sometimes difficult but you can read our expert advice here on how to spot some key indicators of dyslexia in order to know whether it might be a good idea to have your child tested.
The film and television industries are two of the hardest employment markets to break into. Years of hard work on a low income can sometimes pay off – with spectacular success – but the hard truth is that the entertainment business is over represented by moderately talented artists who owe more than a fair share of their success to nepotism and good luck. The news isn’t all bad however, as Hollywood Producer Jesse Israel shows in our fascinating Insider’s Guide to Film Careers it is possible to succeed through hard work and tenacity. It is inspiring reading, with lots of helpful links and suggestions.
We work with many families who live outside the UK but need a British tutor to give their child the best possible education. If you are considering hiring a private tutor to work overseas, you may find our Guide to Hiring an International Tutor helpful.