Tutoring tailored to each student

We don’t have standard programs or lessons. Your child has a standard lesson plan at school. Instead, we create lessons based on your child’s unique needs. We monitor your child's progress and change our approach whenever necessary. This is why we are so effective and it's why we get results.
We get that when you're considering tutoring, you want to talk about it now! Call 0438 546 314 Monday-Friday to tell us about your child. If we can't answer, leave a message and we'll make sure to call you back as soon as we possibly can!

Tutoring in Stanmore, Inner West Sydney, and now in Parramatta.


8 01, 2016

School reports: what grades mean

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:11+00:00 January 8th, 2016|Blog, Help!|Comments Off on School reports: what grades mean

What grades mean At report time, we often get calls from new parents concerned about their child’s grades. Sometimes, it can be really difficult talking to a brand new parent who is adamant that their child should be getting As, because a C simply isn’t enough. Don’t get me wrong! We always want to [...]

3 12, 2015

2016 Tutoring Scholarships

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:11+00:00 December 3rd, 2015|Blog, Help!|Comments Off on 2016 Tutoring Scholarships

You may not be aware that Confidence Boost Tutoring offers two existing tutoring scholarships. Mr. Smiles has been attending tutoring for 2 years now, and was our first recipient. After initially finding us through government funding for foster care, we created the Smile scholarship for the gorgeous Mr. Smiles after his funding was cut off. [...]

21 10, 2015

It’s all about Results: Tutoring and Grades

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:11+00:00 October 21st, 2015|Blog, English, Help!, Maths|Comments Off on It’s all about Results: Tutoring and Grades

Sometimes, when we talk to parents on the phone, we hear a lot about reports and grades. Parents explain that their child is doing 'poorly' or 'failing' or 'getting bad marks'. This might sound a little odd, particularly coming from a tutor, but we don't actually put grades first. Top be clear, grades are helpful. [...]

18 09, 2015

In The Australian – Assignment Help Tutors

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:11+00:00 September 18th, 2015|Blog, Help!, HSC, study|Comments Off on In The Australian – Assignment Help Tutors

Assignment Help Tutors are in High Demand How we approach assignments, exams, and the HSC On Friday, 18th September, Kate and Confidence Boost Tutoring were featured in The Australian. Our philosophy on HSC, assignments and exams is that children must work independently. Our tutors guide and suggest changes, but at the end of the day, [...]

15 08, 2015

How do you choose the right tutor for your child?

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:12+00:00 August 15th, 2015|Blog, Help!|Comments Off on How do you choose the right tutor for your child?

With so many tutoring options, how do you choose the right tutor for your child? We've spent some time discussing tutoring in small groups, 1:1 and college style approaches, and how to ask your child's teacher for help. This post is much more about your child's unique needs, and how to make sure that the tutor [...]

27 07, 2015

Need help at school?

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:12+00:00 July 27th, 2015|Blog, Help!|Comments Off on Need help at school?

Need help at school? Is your child's teacher concerned? Have you already had a discussion with your child's teacher? Is your child consistently getting comments or reports about poor academic ability or behavioural issues? Is there no good explanation for why this is happening? Is it past the point where this could be a phase [...]

28 05, 2015

School Reports, Grades, and Parent-Teacher Interviews

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:13+00:00 May 28th, 2015|Blog, Help!|Comments Off on School Reports, Grades, and Parent-Teacher Interviews

It's report season - how do you decipher your child's grades? NAPLAN is finally behind us, and now schools are preparing for parent-teacher interviews while frantically finishing off their reports. How seriously should I take my child's report? This is a really interesting time for us at tutoring. On one hand, we see [...]