Distance Learning Tutoring
How Distance Learning Works
Distance learning sessions run in a very similar manner to our 1-2-1 in-person tutoring sessions, in that we can offer a personalised learning experience. Distance learning tutoring will target specific areas that both you and your child will want to work upon.
Each session will last for one hour and we will email over to you all of the teaching material that is required in advance of the session. You can then print the teaching material at home or in some cases just have it displayed on a computer screen. We will work through the material with your child at their own pace and be able to provide continuous, constructive and encouraging feedback to help aid their progress.
Distance Learning Requirements
Our distance learning tutoring sessions can cover most areas of the primary curriculum. Distance learning is especially beneficial for those children who are preparing for their end of Key Stage 2 SATs or for the 11+ GL examination, both in Year 6.
We do ask that your child has access to a computer for the full session and that they have a high-quality internet connection. For distance learning tutoring to be successful, it is important that they can work somewhere that is quiet, in order that they remain undisturbed for the full session. This will help to maintain their concentration.