With the new National Curriculum changes set to take effect this year, many schools and students face an uncertain challenge.
The governments decision to abolish Key Stage levels has been received with mixed views and more often than not, heavy criticism. Will parents be left in the dark when it comes to their child’s progress? Unfortunately, it would appear so! Tutoring has been an effective method in supporting students for a very long time. However, only recently has it been an approach taken by many parents, in an attempt to improve grades. Research shows that people in all social classes, from various demographic areas, have taken to the trend. So why the sudden surge?
Why get a tutor?
With increasing class sizes, poor discipline and ever-changing members of staff, schools struggle to provide students with consistently high standards of teaching. Students therefore receive a poor education and struggle to meet the demands of increasingly more difficult exams. Confidence can also be effected, along with behaviour.
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Tutoring can provide students with the tools necessary to succeed at school and within the workplace. With much more one-to-one teacher time, students can get more support and build a better relationship. Without distraction, they can then focus more on the task at hand and achieve great things. Education centres are able to provide parents with the various tools that are necessary to help their child. By targeting different learning styles and tailoring the learning, a tutor can get so much more out of students.
Group tutoring is an excellent way for children to learn, whilst having fun. The small group sizes allow students ample one-to-one time, without them feeling the pressure of being constantly watched.