Filter by:

Tutoring news: Gifted and talented children

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

Posted in: Education consultancy, Gifted and talented children, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news

Nampet Gets Her Portrait Painted by Hazel Morgan

Nampet Sae-Heng Gets Her Portrait Painted by Hazel Morgan, as Part of the Tutors International Mentorship Programme OXFORD, UK: Eleven-year-old Nampet Sae-Heng has her portrait painted by artist, Hazel Morgan, as part of the Tutors International mentorship programme. The Mentorship Programme In April 2020, Nampet Sae-Heng joined the Tutors International Mentorship Programme. The Mentorship Programme is the latest innovation from…

More information

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

Posted in: Education consultancy, Gifted and talented children, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news

Tutors International Mentorship Programme: private tuition firm announces programme launch

Tutors International today unveils the Tutors International Mentorship Programme and announces the sponsorship of student Nampet Sae-Heng.

More information

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

Posted in: Education consultancy, Gifted and talented children, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news, Uncategorized

Education for young athletes: Tutors International issues advice to parents

Tutors International founder Adam Caller has this week advised parents to consider private tuition for children competing in sports at elite levels.

More information

Monday, April 30th, 2018

Posted in: College admissions, Gifted and talented children, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news, Uncategorized

Private tuition ‘tax’ will not level the playing field for selective school access, says Tutors International founder

Adam Caller, founder of leading private tuition company Tutors International, issues statement rejecting recent suggestions that wealthy families who use private tutors to help secure grammar school places should be taxed A new study issued this month by the University College London’s Institute of Education has suggested that wealthy families who use private tutors to help secure grammar school places should be…

More information

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

Posted in: Gifted and talented children, Home schooling

What I Learned This Week: The Case for Home Schooling

This article was first published in 13d.com. Reproduced here by kind permission of the author, Kiril Solokoff. The case for home schooling grows stronger by the day. This is a subject we study endlessly. The major reason for not home schooling, the thinking goes, is because of the need for socialization—which can only be obtained in the school environment. The major flaw…

More information

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Posted in: Gifted and talented children, Home schooling

What I Learned This Week: The Cradles of Eminence

This article was first published in 13d.com. Reproduced here by kind permission of the author, Kiril Solokoff. In this uncertain world, we endlessly search for the best way to raise children and grandchildren. As once again we consider home-schooling, we were recently drawn back again to the timeless Cradles of Eminence: Childhoods of More Than 700 Famous Men and Women by Victor Goertzel and…

More information