Case Studies on Tutors International

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Students

Boy (11), Boy (10), Boy (8), Boy (8)

Background

This family winter outside the UK and take their children out of school during the period. Between the children, the full range of school subjects is covered. A tutor was needed to continue the boys' education in a fun and location-appropriate style.

Outcome

Tutors International supported this Client for 5 months each winter for 4 years until the eldest boy's GCSE preparation was at risk of being too significantly impacted.

Students

Girl (10)

Background

Girl had fallen behind through undiagnosed dyslexia, accidents and illness and needed to be prepared to entry to an excellent IB school across all subjects.

Outcome

The girl was accepted to the International School of choice in Amsterdam and the last we heard she was doing very well.

Students

Boy (7), Boy (11)

Background

The elder boy had been diagnosed with ADD and had been bullied. His self esteem was low and he lacked confidence. Both boys enjoyed being outdoors and exploring the world around them.

Outcome

A full time private tutor able to support all school subjects developed a broad home-schooled curriculum to get the older boy back on track. He returned to school after 2 years tutoring where he is now doing well.

Students

Girl (12)

Background

A Tutor was needed to provide a home education for a girl being home-schooled during Middle School to allow the family the freedom to travel.

Outcome

The girl was accepted into her first choice of High School on her return and the family no longer have such itchy feet.

Students

Boy (8)

Background

This highly able boy had been attending a school in Hong Kong which did not offer anything like the standards required by the top London private schools, where the family were planning to move.

Outcome

Tutors International were able to source a Tutor quickly and bring the boy to the required standard.

Students

Girl (16), Boy (17)

Background

This family are homeschooling all the way to College because they believe that this is better education than traditional schooling. The position is now in its 4th year and the children are following a British curriculum.

Outcome

For the first 3 years the two children shared a Tutor. Now, as their interests and strengths become more divergent the Client has opted to have 2 tutors to cover the subjects so that each can be more specialised.

Students

Boy (11), Boy (10), Boy (8), Boy (8)

Background

This family winter outside the UK and take their children out of school during the period. Between the children, the full range of school subjects is covered. A tutor was needed to continue the boys' education in a fun and location-appropriate style.

Outcome

Tutors International supported this Client for 5 months each winter for 4 years until the eldest boy's GCSE preparation was at risk of being too significantly impacted.

Students

Boy (13)

Background

A Tutor was first sought for this boy while he was being schooled for a year in China, to make sure that would be able to reintegrate into his old school upon his return.

Outcome

The Client was so pleased with the Tutor we supplied that they asked the Tutor to stay on once the boy returned to his home in DC.

Students

Boy (9)

Background

What started as a short term summer appointment supporting this mildly dyslexic boy on vacation in Turkey, soon turned into a full home-schooling role when it became evident to all just how much happier the boy was in the care of a Tutor.

Outcome

Now in its second year, there are plans to reintegrate to the boy back into a new school, and to keep the Tutor as after school support for the long term.

Students

Boy (17)

Background

This young man was half way through his A levels in History, Spanish and Human Biology at a prestigious English boarding school. He had been offered a place on an intensive polo training course in Argentina.

Outcome

The boy's diverse subjects, combined with quite basic and isolated living arrangements made this a demanding remit. Upon his return to the UK the young man achieved better than predicted A level grades.