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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

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

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 (7), Girl (10)

Background

This summer assignment was needed to help restore confidence in the boy which had been seriously dented by a period of bullying at school. The girl needed overall improvement in discipline and general subjects with a view to application for a new school.

Outcome

The posting was a complete success. The boy returned to school keen to make new friends and do his best. And the girl is now on track to reach the standards required by the new school.

Students

Girl (16), Boy (14), Boy (10)

Background

The family were taking 3 months out to go travelling in Europe and the Middle East. This meant taking the children out of school and continuing their education while on the road.

Outcome

The children were able to maintain their studies and reintegrate into their respective schools seamlessly on their return.

Students

Girl (16), Boy (14), Boy (10)

Background

The family were taking 3 months out to go travelling in Europe and the Middle East. This meant taking the children out of school and continuing their education while on the road.

Outcome

The children were able to maintain their studies and reintegrate into their respective schools seamlessly on their return.

Students

Girl (12), Boy (10), Boy (8)

Background

This US family wished to change their lifestyle and travel in Europe. This meant home-schooling their children, two of whom were dyslexic, while they travelled.

Outcome

The family were so impressed by the progress of their children out of traditional school that they retained the services of Tutors International for an additional two years after they returned.

Students

Girl (10), Boy (12)

Background

This family were looking for a full time private tutor to help with a complex transition between schooling in Switzerland and England, and with extended interim periods of homeschooling in the US.

Outcome

A Tutor familiar with IB was appointed to liaise with the new school and assure that the children were always at the appropriate level so that they would be able to reintegrate into their class at any time.

Students

Boy (9), Girl (9)

Background

This family had decided to relocate to London for a year, with periods of travel and exploration. The youngest children, one of whom is dyslexic, were taken out of school during the period and home-schooled by one of our Tutors.

Outcome

The Tutor needed to work in concert with the children's schools to ensure that they would reintegrate smoothly upon their return. The one-on-one help with the dyslexic boy improved his reading, writing and self-confidence immeasurably.

Students

Girl (18), Girl (13), Boy (15)

Background

The eldest girl had failed to gain the grades she needed in her AS levels and was therefore at risk of not achieving the overall grades she needed for her first choice Univsersity. Her brother was preparing for GCSEs at the same time, and the younger girl had some mild dyslexia that merited occasional support.

Outcome

By far the greatest emphasis of the Tutor's work was with the eldest girl, who was to be homeschooled instead of attending a private sixth form colleage in London. By the end of the first term, the courses taken so far had been reviewed and the girl scored 3 As in her modules. At the end of the year the girl's final grades were AAB and her was accepted to her first choice University. The younger brother and the sister also thrived with the Tutor's support.