Posts tagged “Tuition Centre”

I remember experiencing the intense preparation for the entrance exams to, what used to be called, Bedford High School (now Bedford Girls School). The verbal reasoning part of the exam was particularly challenging. Preparation and practice was key, and I still remember finding out that I had been offered a place at the school – I was so excited and happy. Although 11+ preparation can be very challenging, with the right tips you can succeed and do really well in these exams. 
With one in four secondary school students now accessing tuition it can be hard to decide which route to take for your child. Do you choose small group tuition, or one to one support? Both have benefits, but which one is really better? 
One to one tuition involves a student and a teacher and provides an individualised way of teaching. Even though this gives your child the maximum attention it also lacks in many aspects when compared to small group tuition. 
 
 
With summer coming to an end, and the new term starting, students and parents can expect the familiar demands of homework yet again. Homework can be stressful, and research shows that parents can struggle supporting their children with homework. If homework is the cause for tension in your household, then read on for some helpful tips. 
 
September – the dreaded month, which was once in the distance, has now arrived and it is time for all the children and young people to go back to school. This transition can be challenging but with the right preparation families can take control. Here are some tips on how you can be prepared. 
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