Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between individual and small group tutoring?
Some children learn best when working with others. Other children require one to one focussed learning with a Teacher. Whatever mode of learning suits your child is the type of tutoring you should choose.
Why are there only six students in Reading Club, Spelling Workshops and Oral Language Workshops?
A maximum of six children in a group promotes learning because of the Teacher/Student ratio:
How does Homework Club work?
Homework Club operates Monday to Thursday after school for one hour. The fee you pay, either per session or per term, allows your child to come as many times during the week as they like. Students may attend four times during the week if they need to. Tutors will be able to support your child's learning needs and encourage homework to be completed.
Why do I need to enrol my child for a whole term?
There are many benefits to enrolling for one full term:
Can my child be tutored in English and Mathematics in one session?
No, that isn't possible. A 75 minute session is allocated for either an English or Mathematics focus. There is not enough time to develop and deepen understanding of concepts and skills in both academic subjects. If your child requires tutoring in both English and Mathematics then you will need to book one session for each subject.
Is there a waiting room available for parents while my child is tutored?
Unfortunately, no. However, 75 minutes may be enough time for you parents to:
What happens if my child is sick and he/she cannot come to a tutoring session?
There may be any number of reasons your child is unable to attend a tutoring session. Please give 24 hours notice or a cancellation fee will be charged. Have your child attend tutoring as soon as they feel better.
Can I cancel my child's tutoring half way through a term?
Yes, you can. A cancellation fee will be applied and you will receive a refund.
Why do you charge a cancellation fee?
A cancellation fee is applied because:
Ho do I enrol my child?