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As parents, we all want the very best for our children and are aware that success in school can often be a huge determinant for success in life after school.  A Team Tuition focus on working with students, parents, schools and individual tutors as a cohesive educational support team to help students reach their full potential, academically and socially.  As passionate educators, A Team Tuition is committed to providing parents with all the information and resources necessary for student success as part of their tutoring program.

A Team Tuition has invested significant time and energy in research to assist with the development of programs that meet student’s academic and emotional needs.  With highly skilled educators and a wealth of information garnered through dedicated research, A Team Tuition has practical tips and information to assist you on the sometimes challenging education journey as parents of school aged children and current relevant information relating to changes in the education system and what it means for your child.

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How to get an A in legal studies. Boy graduates in front of law books

How To Get An A In Legal Studies In 7 Steps

Legal Studies has acquired a reputation for being one of the most content-heavy subjects you can do during high school, but fear not! Despite the extra reading you may have…

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How to get an A in Biology - Year 12 Students Examine a Sample

How to Get an A in Biology (7 Steps)

Biology is hardly a subject that you can pick up in 2 seconds. It incorporates a little bit of Chemistry and Mathematics, mixed with its own principles – which makes…

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How to get an A in Maths -Boy with all his books

How To Get an A In Maths B / Math Methods – 7 Actionable Steps

The jump from Year 10 Maths to Year 11 Maths B or Math Methods feels more like a leap across a great chasm, the shock of which leads many to…

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Transitioning from grade 10 to grade 11

How To Ease The Transitioning From Grade 10 To Grade 11

One small step for grade 9s, and one giant leap for grade 10s! It is a tedious, nerve-racking, uphill track… moving up a grade each year is a necessary evil.…

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5 Tips to Help Your Children Get Ready For School

Oh no! I mean… oh yes! Finally, the holidays have ended, and the kids go back to school. But before we get peace and quiet between nine to three, we’ve…

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Why I Joined A Team Tuition as an Academic Personal Trainer

Before I found A Team Tuition, I did not have the best first-job experience! Like most teenagers that graduate high-school, I was in desperate need of a job. In a…

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Three Unexpected Changes I Went Through Going from a C Student to an A Student

For most of us, A’s are the name of the game. We all want to achieve the best grades possible! Going from a C student to an A student is…

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Theory behind ATAR

The Theory Behind ATAR

With recent changes, ATAR and effectively the entire school system for years 10 to 12, is grounded in the theory of ‘the new taxonomy of education model’ by Robert Marzano.…

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ATAR Secrets

5 Positives about ATAR the Government Hasn’t Told You!

It has happened… A new era has begun! Queensland has finally decided to ditch the controversial Overall Position (OP) system and follow the lead of the rest of Australia. At…

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Technology and Children’s Education – The Benefits

Think about it… How much do you rely on your mobile phone? How much do you use a desktop, laptop or tablet? Do you wear a smartwatch proudly on your wrist? Do you need to use these for work?…

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Why I Became An Academic Personal Trainer

As a people person, I am always on the hunt for opportunities where I can meet, interact and make a difference in the lives of those around me. That’s where the incredibly rewarding role as an APT…

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Five Fatal Study Traits – How to Help Struggling Students

Is your child struggling at school? If the answer is yes, then you have found the right article!  If the answer is no… keep reading as you never know when this issue may raise its ugly head. It is normal…

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