Expatriate opponents of Russian president Vladimir Putin, are moving their families out of Europe and seeking private tuition for their children as anti-Russia sentiments run high.
OXFORD, UK: Thousands of Russians, who previously fled Russia because they disagreed with Mr Putin’s policies, have found themselves having to uproot their families once again. Most of these Russian ex-patriots moved to the West before the war with Ukraine and made a life for themselves in Europe. However, with anti-Russian sentiment running high in many European countries, a considerable number of these migrant Russians are now finding themselves targets of abuse and discrimination and feel unwelcome in the West. Some are opting to move to countries with no visa requirements, such as the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Central Asia, Serbia and Turkey. As a result, Tutors International has seen an increase in enquiries from families wishing to employ a private tutor for their child in an attempt to maintain some continuity in their child’s education.
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Adam Caller, CEO and Founder of Tutors International, has this to say on the matter: “Many Russians are appalled and embarrassed about what is happening in Ukraine and find themselves not only victims of Russian sanctions, but also of Western sanctions. However, their children are innocent victims and there should be no backlash against them, nor should their education have to be disrupted. Parents are having to up sticks at short notice, often having made no plans about their child’s schooling, and that is where we at Tutors International can help”.
“Tutors International provides tutors who can offer full-time, elite residential tuition for every stage of your child’s educational journey,” Caller adds. “Our recruitment process allows us to find a tutor for your child who can offer personalised curricula leading to academic excellence. We can offer specialised help to get the best out of your child if they have learning difficulties or are gifted and talented and need a tutor to help them reach their potential. Perhaps your child has been bullied at school and has lost confidence? Whatever it is, we can help, but my advice to parents who are considering private residential home tuition is to contact us now so that we have the time to design the very best personalised home-schooled learning programme for your child.”