What the tutor does
Welcome to our personal home tutoring service
We provide one-to-one tutors in the New Forest for subjects like maths, english, and science, covering Lymington, Brockenhurst, Hythe, New Milton and Lyndhurst. With our private tutoring agency:
Do you want to increase your child’s confidence and academic achievements?
Why not invest in a private home tutor
We are a private tutoring service in Hampshire and Dorset. We pride ourselves on having experienced, supportive and flexible personal tutors who:
- identify the problem with both parent and child
- review progress with parent regularly
- deliver the tutoring to client specification and convenience
- tutor towards all exams, including entrance exams to maximise exam success
- provide general personal tutoring for all ages and abilities (including adults and Special Educational Needs )
- provide short and long term tutoring
- deliver subjects at all level
Timing is sometimes crucial. When a problem arises in the run-up to an exam, it can mean an intensive effort to be ready in time. That may impact on when and how often the tutor need to meet with the child.
The tutor can build the programme around what suits you best. Evenings are the most popular, perhaps immediately after school.
We can offer the programme as a home based series of visits. Maybe sometimes geography will allow the child to visit us, if this is a better solution.
Whatever your needs, the tutor can usually find a solution.
How We Do It
We share your desire to see a child makes the best of his or her opportunities.
We would talk to the parent and child in the first instance. Its important to strike a good rapport. We will establish if the learning issue is simply a missing basic building block for the subject, or if the approach is causing a problem, or perhaps if there are personality issues affecting a particular class or lesson.
Talking to the parents is essential – they may be able to contribute a great deal to the solution, either through the extra help they can offer with a tutor’s guidance, or in the way they deal with the problem. The best of us can be frustrated by lack of progress when we know just how bright our kids are, and unwittingly apply pressure.
Once we can see what the issue is, we can consider the best way to tackle it. Once we know that starting point, we can then draw all the threads together and work on all aspects. This will produce actions for parent, child and tutor, within a programme which will be given to you to consider.
Then it’s up to you !