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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

Boy (13), Boy (8)

Background

This French family had enrolled their children in the nearby British school and were unhappy about the missing components of classical French study. They sought a Tutor to fill this gap while they explored their options.

Outcome

A school place opened at the family's preferred choice of French school and the boy transferred successfully.

Students

Boy (12)

Background

This family were in the middle of a move from their home in France to the US, and their son needed to supported in his entrance applications for the new school and with the transition from one system to the other.

Outcome

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.

Students

Boy (13)

Background

This family were relocating to France to renovate their home there and needed a bilingual French/English Tutor for their son who was unable to join the local French school.

Outcome

In addition to home-schooling the boy, the Tutor was also expected to teach his mother French and to help his two younger sisters with their school homework.

Students

Boy (6)

Background

The boy was not doing well at school and so the Client sought a Tutor to supplement his learning. Our Tutor discovered what he thought to be an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, later confirmed by our Educational Psychologist.

Outcome

Once the reason for the boy's difficulty at school was understood we were able to make excellent progress by adjusting materials to fit the boy's learning style until an appropriate school was found for the boy.

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 (6), Boy (8)

Background

This family was relocating to Ireland and this meant a period of home-schooling to bridge the change from one school to another.

Outcome

The Tutor worked closely with the boys' new school to make sure that they would integrate smoothly and thrive there.

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

Boy (15)

Background

This young man wanted to become a tennis professional and was unable to fit his tennis training around standard schooling. His parents wanted him to attend a full time training facility without any reduction in the quality of his education.

Outcome

Our Tutors prepared the boy for a full range of GCSEs, which the boy passed at A* and A, and then the parents opted for a US College. This meant a change of Tutor to the US system. The boy was accepted to Columbia.