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.

Maths

27 10, 2015

All about high school workshops – special events for teens

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:11+00:00 October 27th, 2015|Blog, English, Maths, study|Comments Off on All about high school workshops – special events for teens

Student Resting on Math Books High school workshops are becoming a major part of the work we do with teens. Set around specific subjects and skills, these sessions lay the framework for a better school year. This term is a big one for our high school students. As much as we know [...]

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. [...]

10 06, 2015

Maths Help at Home, and Maths Tutoring

By | 2017-05-23T06:48:12+00:00 June 10th, 2015|Blog, Maths|Comments Off on Maths Help at Home, and Maths Tutoring

Hands on Maths Tutoring While children are learning maths skills such as times tables, addition, division and fractions, having some hands-on tools can be the difference between keeping up and falling behind. While that might sound dramatic, it’s something we see over and over again. For a child who learns through tactile, hands-on tasks, maths [...]