Remember when you used to complain that your kids spent too much time online? Now, they need to be enticed out of duvets, cupboards and other hiding holes to face the dreaded online lesson! Schools have been forced out of the physical classroom and into the virtual one. It’s received mixed reviews.
Tuition allows gaps in learning and misconceptions to be uncovered because of the high teacher to student ratio. Often a child is stuck with their learning not because of the difficulty of the subject matter but because they do not have requisite prior learning in place.
Clare knew she was struggling in maths and sensibly asked her parents for some extra help. Her free initial professional assessment at Aspire showed that Clare was having problems in some fundamental areas of mathematics and that this was stopping her progress in the subject.
Molly, a former student at Aspire Tuition whilst at primary school, realised that all was not going well for her in her Key Stage 4 mathematics. Realising just how important a good grade at maths GCSE was for her future career aims, Molly approached her parents for some extra help.
At the end of last term and in support of St. Francis Primary School, Taw Hill, where a number of our present students attend, we were, as Aspire Tuition, pleased to donate to them a defibrillator.
Wiltshire Community Foundation is an independent charity that gives grants and funding to the voluntary sector and charities across Wiltshire and Swindon. As part of giving money and support where people in Swindon and Wiltshire need it most the foundation helps young people to gain a better education through a number of grant schemes to support course and living costs.
At Aspire, we are here to help you with becoming exam ready and confident. So, why use a tutor service to support your learning and revision? Hopefully, the following might help you to decide whether this service will help you to achieve your best.
A huge well done to Charleigh who has achieved her ‘Aspire Tuition Times Tables Award’. Not only does she get to keep the trophy but Charleigh now has an excellent basis to extend her work in other areas of maths that benefit from a good memory store of multiplication facts.
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Just wanted to say a big thank you for the past 6 years. Not just for boosting me academically but also for the motivation you gave me when I was overstressing. You made me realise that no matter what is on the paper on results day, I should feel very proud of how hard I worked and tried. Thank you so much, Jasleen.
We were so pleased to find Andrea, through a friend’s recommendation. We were despairing about what to do with our son. The school said that there was nothing wrong with him but we knew that he was finding the work really difficult. Each day he would come out of school and have melt downs at home. He always took out his frustrations from school on us and his younger sister. Although we booked Ethan in for help with his reading and spelling, we received so much more. Andrea very soon recognised that he likely had dyslexia, which was a huge relief to us as we had suspected this for years. She talked to us about different methods to help him with his school spellings etc so that we no longer had the weekly battle and then upset, related to the class test. Andrea enabled us all to recognise the strengths of Ethan, rather than just focussing on his difficulties. She also carried out some assessments that showed that his memory was very poor. We were able to show her report to the school and they did begin to support him with the recommendations Andrea gave.
We highly recommend Aspire Tuition due to the professional service but particularly because Andrea always went the extra mile for our son.
After a few weeks of you being shut at the start of lockdown, Ollie started to ask if he would ever come to Aspire again. He was so pleased to see you over Zoom. Although he hates writing at school, he is more than happy to work for you and it is great to hear him laughing and coming out with ideas when working online with you. Thank you for being one of the few people to get the best out of him.