Here you can see a few clips of tutor house tutors at work. The clips show how tutors teach and what topics they cover. There are examples of private tuition and the tutor house Easter Revision courses.
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Published: April 27, 2012 Written by Alex for Tutor House
September 29, 2017
Common Entrance Tuition – October Half Term
With October half-term fast approaching, the need to utilise this time to prepare for common entrance exams is vital. With only a short amount of time until the majority of common entrance exams take place, parents are using this time to their advantage, by cramming in much-needed revision sessions that focus on exam technique and content.
What schools do you cover for entrance exam preparation?
At Tutor House, we have a range of expert tutors that specialise in common entrance exams, from prep school 4+, all the way through to 11+, 13+ and 16+. Our tutors are all DBS-checked, degree-educated and are experienced in getting their students into the best secondary schools across the country. These include Eton College, Westminster, St Paul’s, Marlborough College, Haberdasher’s Askes’ Boy’s School, Harrow, Winchester College, The King’s School, Wellington, Wickham Abbey, and more.
Whether you’re remaining in the UK or seeking autumn sun, our tutors are flexible and can accommodate any student’s need.
We offer four main avenues of tuition over the half term period. Firstly, our one-on-one tuition offers the student a tailored experience, ensuring that they are prepared for every aspect of the exam; English, maths, verbal and non-verbal reasoning. We also have a range of tutors that specialise in exam practice and etiquette training for prospective boarders.
What Common Entrance exam options are there?
Tutor House also offer a range of intensive revision courses for the half-term period, perhaps you only have 3-5 days to spare. Our tutors will be able to come to you for upwards of three hours a day to work with your child to ensure they are best prepared to sit the exam. In this period they will cover the full scope of the exam; liaising with the family before the class to ensure that they make the most out of this allotted time.
If you are heading away for a UK-based holiday, or are primarily based out of London, and are looking for world-class common entrance exam tutors, we offer residential placements over the October half-term. Our tutors will be able to “live-in” with your family during this period, working daily in a concentrated manner with the student.
Moreover, if you’re going away to catch some Autumn sun, or perhaps an early Ski trip, or simply heading abroad, our tutors are able to adapt and travel with your family, ensuring you make the most of study time during your holiday. Our tutors can work flexibly, perhaps teaching the student in the morning, then leaving the family to independent activities in the afternoon.
Why use Tutor House for common entrance tutoring?
Tutor House understands how challenging the common entrance examinations can be; testing students on certain abilities that can only be prepared for with an experienced professional. These are especially important in regards to verbal and non-verbal reasoning questions, and the specific manner in which schools require you to approach the English examination. The Tutor House team will work with your family to find the right tutor that matches your child’s needs.
If you’re interested in getting your son or daughter prepared for their common entrance exams with an experienced and professional tutor, then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7612 8297.
August 21, 2014
Newsletter to Tutors
With exam results out and the end of summer nearing, many of you will be thinking about tutoring for the next academic year. Whether you have existing clients you will be tutoring or you are looking for new clients, Tutor House have a number of upcoming opportunities which may be of interest to you. So watch this space!
Tutor House continues to grow along with the need for high calibre tutors across all subjects and levels. If you are looking to increase your chances of landing yourselves with more tutoring work, then do let us know. This year, Tutor House will be working directly with you to enhance your prospects of becoming successful Tutors. If you need help with your personal profile, need more skills and qualifications or simply want to attend a refresher course in a given subject you wish to tutor, let us know. Our aim is to help foster and develop top quality Tutors by providing the means to make that happen. Have you ever had to turn away a job teaching a child with dyslexia only because you didn’t have the appropriate experience? Or would you like to start tutoring for iGCSEs but have no idea on how to do so? Then Tutor House is here to help.
This year, Tutor House will be running courses, revision classes and group lessons at our Exam Centre in Liverpool Street. We will be looking for highly experienced tutors to run the classes. If this is something of interest to you and you would like to be considered for such an opportunity then do contact us.
Furthermore, Tutor House welcomes all tutors to share their thoughts and opinions on any educational related subject matter over our blog. We are looking for opinionated tutors with an active voice to start discussions on key areas currently affecting the educational sector. This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts with a wide variety of people who visit our site each day.
To speak to Tutor House’s consultants for more information on any of the above mentioned points, email email@example.com.
March 13, 2012
There has been a huge increase in the demand for qualified language tutors and teachers in the last few weeks, which seems to be across all language subjects. These include French, Spanish, German and Russian.
This seems to be due to two main factors:
1) In October last year there was a call for more languages to be learn in all Schools and Colleges across the country, in an attempt to increase the number of people (students) speaking a second and even a third language. Dr Seldon of Wellington School said if the decline in children sitting languages continues to drop we will move from “Great Britain to Little Britain.” Others include Mr Gove implied that languages should be brought back as compulsory subjects at GCSE level.
2) A drop in Students sitting languages and consequently fewer student studying languages at University.
But now those tutors, teachers and lecturers who may have struggled to find jobs, will now have a great opportunity to take part in the new language demand. In fact the number of students entered for languages this year has shot up 22% to 52%. A huge surge.
Having a tutor can be best way to get up to scratch with your French, German or Spanish before the summer exams.