Personalised Teaching / Tutoring
  1. Q
    Can personalised teaching / tutoring help?
    Yes. 100% of pupils made progress recorded through not only our assessment but confirmed by the outcomes in their schools. We follow the national curriculum. Through assessment, we identify individual targets/levels and we differentiate material to build on knowledge already consolidated.
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    Why attention skills are crucial in learning?
    Attention is a brain function that allocates cognitive processes to focus on information or stimuli. It deals with the information we normally process through senses. Pupils with sensory integration difficulties often present problem with attention, therefore they need additional help.
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    Who may need tutoring?
    We provide tutoring for pupils who:- - missed school for an extended period of time - did not understand questions related to their homework -are not able to access the curriculum, find most subject difficult - are gifted and talented and require additional/extended work
  4. Q
    Why to ask for help?
    If you would like to find out why your child does not make a sufficient progress at school, please do not make assumptions or medical diagnosis by guessing what is the problem. The assessment process is a very long process, and many professionals work together to find the outcome.
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    What makes your services unique?
    100% of effectiveness for all pupils! Progress recorded in a very short period of time! Personalised teaching combines teaching with brain training. We listen to pupils voice. After each lesson, every pupil is asked to do self-assessment and evaluate the lesson. We give feedback to parents after each lesson.
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    Can you share a system for personalised teaching?
    The personalised teaching strategy has been developing for over 20 years of teaching experience. The formula has been finalized recently, hence the methodology and the summary of different teaching strategies are not available to the public yet but will be available and published in the future.
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    Some pupils find hard to learn, what will you do?
    Following the assessment and observation, we discuss with parents suitable intervention strategy. Intervention is supported by research if parents agree - a case study. We consider strengths, diagnostic assessment and barriers to learning.
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