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FAQ

What is a Tutor?

‘Tutor’ – a private teacher, especially one who teaches an individual student or a very small group. – Oxford Dictionary

How does Tutoring work?

– Assessment & Goal Setting
Identify strengths & weakness, key learning needs & set collaborative academic goals.

– Monitoring
Progress measured through assessment, goal attainment, teacher and parent feedback.

– Personalised Instruction
Lessons catered to learning style, strengths and needs.

– Feedback
Provided by tutors after every session verbally and by email. Ongoing access to manager.

Do your tutors have Working With Children Checks?

Yes, All our tutors have a relevant state Working With Children Check (WWCC) and are provided with training and mentoring.

How long do the tutoring sessions go for?

Our tutoring sessions go for 1 hour and are either face to face or online.

What makes you different?

As opposed to other companies that have set programs they follow, we are guided by the students individual needs and are happy to provide:
– School/homework assistance
– Weekly content revision
– Support with exam preparation.

Does the NDIS fund tutoring?

The NDIS doesn’t fund private tutoring as it is considered the responsibility of the education system. The rationale for this is that Government funding is already provided to students with additional needs, through extra supports in the the school system such as teacher’s aides, support classes and small group supervision.

Some schools also offer additional tutoring programs which are supported by Government grants. 

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