As usual, it has been a very busy first half of the Autumn Term. Many of my Key Stage 2 students have continued with their tuition and an increasing number of last year’s Y6 students have continued with tuition into Y7.
Of my new students, a significant number are currently in Y10, embarking upon their GCSE studies. It is certainly wise for students who lack confidence in maths to start tuition in Y10 so that their skills can be developed in readiness for the pressures of Y11. By starting tuition earlier, we can work on basic skills which enable students to have greater success with some of the more difficult aspects of maths.
My new venture into small groups on Saturdays is really working well. I currently have a Y7 group and a GCSE group running, with a new Year 6 group starting after half term. I do have one space available in the Y7 group and two spaces in the Year 6 group.
If required, I am able to add another class to my Saturdays, so please do get in touch if you would be interested.
This half-term holiday has also been a busy one – the option to have holiday tuition on Mondays and Fridays has also proved popular. It has been wonderful to say welcome back to my students who currently attend boarding schools, so only take tuition during the holidays!