After a year of adapting to the unprecedented learning conditions that the coronavirus has created, some families will be wondering if a return to ‘normal’ is truly the best path forward for their children’s education. Online learning has proved an essential tool for maintaining continuity of education, and even historically inflexible private schools have been forced to evolve.
- Why online learning and tutoring is a necessity in 2021
- Post-Lockdown Education
After six months of widespread disruption to students’ education, private tutoring is more popular now than ever. We explore the post -lockdown proven benefits of tutoring, as well as how it may be more financially feasible than many people realise.
- How to Motivate Your Child To Do Their Homework
Omari Eccleston-Brown shares some top tips from his upcoming book 'The Secret to Happy Homework' on how parents can motivate their children to do their homework and achieve calmer, happier, and more productive homework with their children.
- How has the pandemic affected parenting?
There is no guide to parenting in a pandemic. After more than six months of parental challenges we explore the concerns, how parents are changing their behaviour as a result and how you can support your child.
- Is online teaching effective for younger children?
With many teachers now working online, this begs the question does online learning actually work? And in particular, does it work for younger children who have a naturally shorter attention span?
- Is online tuition effective?
We address the questions parents most frequently ask us about online tuition, provide insights from experienced online tutors and some pointers to make the most out of online lessons.