Private tutors traveling abroad with Families
New service from Tutor House – Travel with a Private Tutor
London-based private tutoring agency, Tutor House is offering a new service to tour operators, cruise lines and travel organisers, to provide private tutors to accompany families on holiday in the UK or overseas.
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PRLog (Press Release) – Apr. 26, 2013 – REDHILL, Surrey, U.K. — London-based private tutoring agency, Tutor House (www.tutorhouse.co.uk (http://tutorhouse.co.uk/)) is offering a new service to tour operators, cruise lines and travel organisers, to provide private tutors to accompany families on holiday in the UK or overseas and tutor children aged 11 – 18 in any GCSE and A Level subject, as well as provide Common Entrance preparation.
Available on a flexible basis, bookable by the day, Tutor House’s tutors provide up to 5 hours of tuition each day, combined with childcare, and tutors will travel with the family, or can fly in for a specific period, to provide the extra academic input.
Director of Tutor House and professional tutor, Alex Dyer said; ‘By offering this new service, families can now go on holiday out of season, or during term time, without having to worry that their children will fall behind at school.’
The service works equally well for families taking a villa holiday, a ski holiday or staying in a hotel, and it gives families the potential to travel any time of the year, reducing the stress of taking children out of school during term time.
Alex goes on to say; ‘Families can also optimise key revision periods, such as Easter and Christmas holidays, as well as offering tuition outside of congested exam and school periods, like summer, where children can really benefit from additional support before they begin the next school year.’
Tutor House employs the services of over 750 specialist tutors, offering a variety of disciplines, from PE to physics, tennis to IT, with specific tuition offered to international and UK students for Common Entrance and senior school examinations, GCSE and A levels.