WHAT WE BELIEVE
We believe that every student has the potential to exceed their own expectations with the addition of confidence into their learning.
Our aim is that our action plan and approach allows students to thrive into, throughout and beyond school.
KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL EDUCATION:
School is difficult for the best of us.
Our tutors understand this.
It is our main goal to see, understand and assist our students through their schooling experiences.
We aim to provide a happy, caring and safe environment that nurtures our student's individualities. This allows them to develop their own personal interests and construct their own ideas during learning and studying alike.
Work ethic, confidence, time management and organisation skills are skills that go well beyond student's 12 years of schooling and even beyond university. These skills are important to implement in our programs to strive for long-term success in our students lives, beyond schooling.
FORMING AN UNDERSTANDING
Forming an understanding of one another is the first step to creating a successful connection. Our tutors take the time to understand each student's interests, stronger areas and areas that may need assistance. We want to ensure that the parent, student, tutor and teacher are actively involved in understanding the student's wants and needs.
BUILDING A CONNECTION
Building a connection through understanding is an essential start to the tutoring journey. Comfortability allows the student to tutor relationship to develop and essentially thrive.
CREATING GOALS & TARGETS
Goal and target setting allow students and tutors to understand what they are aiming toward. These don't have to necessarily be grade related, but can also be organisational or attitude related! This allows student, tutor and parent to be on the same page about goals to aim toward.
"Last year, Cameron was a C and he is now sitting on a strong B. It is very unusual to see students overall grade rise in first semester of grade 5! The jump from year 4 normally catches the kids off guard, but he has taken it in his stride perfectly. So that is a credit to him and the tutor working with him!"
— Laura, Teacher