As well as conducting customised recruitment processes for each Client enquiry, their ability to innovate in the tutoring market has set them apart from other high-end tutoring companies. After spotting a niche in the market, they launched Sea Tutors to supply elite tutors onboard yachts and superyachts. They’ve also recruited micro-school coordinators in the Puerto-Rican mountains, specialist SEN tutors, and academic-vocational hybrid tutors. This highly specialist service, tailored approach, and exclusive client base earned Tutors International the epithet, ‘the Dom Perignon of tutoring companies’ (The Good Schools Guide). Their tutors and clients alike have shared why TI are deserving of this title.
Here you can read through some case studies of exemplary private tuition that we have assigned all over the world:
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This family were in the middle of a move from their home in France to the US, and their son needed to be supported in his entrance applications for the new school and with the transition from one system to the other.
The Tutor ensured that the boy was able to do well in the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) and therefore be accepted to his first choice of school.
Girl (15), Girl (13), Boy (5), Boy (3)
This was a short term but challenging and intensive assignment, working with four children from Ireland while they accompanied their family on business.
The eldest girl was in the final stages of her leaving certificate and did extremely well following the tutoring. All the children loved working with the tutor.
Girl (15), Girl (12), Girl (8)
Unhappy with the falling standards in their preferred school, the Client sought a Tutor to help with homework after school and with developing activities to enhance the girls' learning outside the classroom.
The children did well with their Tutor. Eventually the school took heed of the steps that the parents had taken and addressed their concerns by making some changes that negated the need to retain the Tutoring service.
Boy (14), Boy (12)
Due to delays in securing visas for a move to the US from England, the boy's schooling ran into difficulty. In order to be accepted at the top private school in the area they boys needed to be at the same point as their class.
Tutors International supplied a Tutor who began the US school course while the family were still in the UK and then accompanied the family to Florida to ensure smooth integration.
This highly academic child actor needed an excellent Tutor to maintain preparation for his GCSEs in 14 subjects while on set making a big budget film.
Despite the challenges of working from a caravan and fitting around the filming schedule, the Tutor was able to help ensure that the boy passed all his exams with A* and A grades.
This was an unusual position where, instead of completing high school, a young man wished to study the content of a business degree, without enrolment in a further education establishment, so that he could join his father's business.
A full time Tutor was appointed to create a relevant and applicable course of the standard of a full load degree, partly through tutorials and partly through correspondence.
A full time private tutor was sought for a young lady whose specific learning difficulty meant that she learned best when materials were adjusted to her highly visual learning style.
The tutor needed to use her imagination to change all materials from the school into visual/spatial format so that the student was able to succeed in the mainstream classroom.
Girl (6), Boy (7), Boy (3)
A full time private tutor was sought to home-school three children of a high profile Client in New Jersey. The role required complete discretion, and had a particularly wide remit including several languages.
The position was filled by a teaching couple who between them were able to offer all the required subjects.
Boy (8), Girl (6)
This family were disappointed with the quality of schooling on offer near their home and sought a Tutor to home-school their children instead. This lifestyle choice also allowed the parents the freedom to travel for extended periods.
The Tutor was able to create a superb curriculum for the children, taking advantage of the resources locally whether in the US or travelling in Africa.
Girl (12), Girl (2), Boy (10), Boy (8)
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.
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.