August 11, 2015
Research shows that a quarter of children leave primary school unable to read or write. A quarter of children also leave secondary school unable to read or write. Considering the fact that we live in a Western country, which prides itself in helping so many third world countries, who aspire to speak and write the Queen’s English, this is a sorry state of affairs. Read More
February 4, 2015
Ever wonder how you could get your child to be more interested in maths?
Every child has a natural affinity towards maths or English. If maths is no problem for your child, then hats off to you. But for those who struggle to even understand the simplest maths concepts, it can be quite crushing. If you’ve tried everything you can to help your child to understand maths to no avail, why not try some maths games? Read More
January 18, 2015
This can be an emotional topic for many and, sometimes, the truth really does hurt, so brace yourself.
A private tutor has many roles these days. Mainly it’s the impart at ion of knowledge on a subject or a group of subjects to a learner. But the other roles are often not realised by parents. Read More
September 26, 2014
Learning to study can come as a bit of shock to children when they realise that life isn’t all about drawing pictures, colouring in, and playing.
By the time your child reaches Year 2, they should be used to sitting down and doing some work. If they aren’t here are some tips to help you create a positive learning environment in your home: Read More
September 3, 2014
Are you hoping for your child to get into a grammar school, following the Kent or Bexley grammar school exams (also known as selection tests)? There’s nothing worse than seeing a child who has a lot of potential become a nervous wreck because they haven’t been given enough time to comfortably prepare for exams. Read More