We have a range of options for parents and learners from one to one tuition in the comfort of your own home through to small group sessions at a location of your choice catering for all learners from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5.
Our approach is completely bespoke – there is ‘no one size fits all’. Before a booking is confirmed, we will always have a preliminary discussion with the individual learner and their parents to determine learning style, needs and expectations. This helps us prepare an appropriate learning plan as well as identify the most suitable tutor to deliver it.
One to one private tuition for the following education stages are available:
- Primary School (Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2) - all subjects*
- Secondary School Transition and Key Stage 3 – all subjects*
- I/GCSEs – all subjects*
- A and AS Levels – all subjects*
- 11+ Common Entrance
- 13+ Common Entrance
- International Baccalaureate
Small Group Tuition
We are also able to provide group sessions in all subjects* and levels for up to a maximum of eight learners.
Our core subjects include Literacy, Numeracy, Reading, SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation, & Grammar) and SATS preparation (4+ & 7/8+)
Our subjects include English Language, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Geography, Psychology, History, Economics, Business Studies, French, Spanish, Arabic, Italian, Portuguese and Mandarin.
We are continuously adding new subjects to our portfolio so please don’t hesitate to let us know if there’s a subject you would like us to offer. We’ll do our best to accommodate it.
We assess every learner at the start of their programme with us using a leading independent assessment tool to measure their baseline competence in a particular subject. We then undertake a mid-point and end of programme assessment to track progress.
The progress tracker is built into all of our programmes and it enables us to personalise the learning experience and pinpoint the areas of greatest need.
We can design and deliver a comprehensive home schooling programme for parents that would like their children to learn from home.
Why do parents choose home education?
Some parents know from an early stage that they want to home educate their child. They may have philosophical or religious reasons for this. Or they may have been home educated themselves or raised in situations in which education wasn't focused on a traditional school environment - their parents may have travelled a lot. It is also a natural choice for parents who have enjoyed participating in their child's early learning and see no reason to give up this responsibility when the child reaches the age of five.
In other cases a child may start off in school but later be taken out and educated at home. The reasons for this vary - a child may have special needs or be unhappy in some way. Sometimes parents feel that the methods of teaching in school aren't right for their child and that they can provide a better education for them at home.
Parents sometimes home educate because they can't get a place for their child in a school of their choice.
Where can I find out more about home education?