How to Help Your Child Succeed at School #3 – Effectively Managing Your Student

When I talk to parents on the phone about how they manage their children, I can practically see their puzzled expression through the phone. It seems like such an odd concept to ‘manage’ a child and often the thought evokes images of bratty sequin covered children and petty squabbles akin to a scene from dance mums. Our parenting expert Janine McEvoy, however, explains that managing your child effectively is one of the most crucial components to their development.

How to Get an A in Primary English [7 Steps]

Developing a good grasp of English at an early age is essential for successful learning and development in a student’s following school years. Parents want to be able to help their children succeed in English as early as possible. However, understanding exactly what your child needs to know content wise per year level can be difficult when reading through the Australian curriculum. Not to mention, trying to comprehend a teacher’s comments on an end of term report is near impossible. So, we have broken down the basics for you, to help your child grasp primary English.

Signs Your Child Is Struggling At School

Every parent at their core worries about their child’s educational journey. No matter the level of achievement they receive, parents seek to make sure that their student achieves even higher, better, and to the standard that they are capable of.

How To Get An A In Maths B [7 Steps With Pictures]

BOOK A MATHS TUTOR TODAY   The jump from Year 10 Maths to Year 11 Maths B feels more like a leap across a great chasm, the shock of which leads many to fall far from the other side. A great number of students pre-emptively drop to Maths A, many of whom are...

How To Get The Most Out Of Tutoring

Most parents don’t know that as part of our service, our tutors are required to debrief with the parents of their students not only after every session, but at the end of each term as well! We know that you are busy or may not be at home, and often we hear that parents aren’t sure if they can chat to their tutor after a session either. A phone call, text or email works just as well, as it is critical that your tutor can keep you updated on your child’s progress. Often your tutor will see things that may be unexpected, and will require your help to keep things on track, so ensuring you are all on the same page means that you are working together to achieve your goal! We also know that you know your child better than anyone else, so if you have any tips for our tutors don’t hesitate to let them know.