Since we have the selective system here, many parents choose to use a tutor to help prepare their child for the exams. There are many tutors out there ranging from one-to-one tuition that takes place in the tutor's home to large businesses with offices that teach in groups. It's your choice which to use. Some children work better in groups and others benefit from one-to-one. But, you need to be sure that you choose the one that is right for your child. It is a good idea to talk to a few before you decide which one you want. Each tutor/business will charge different amounts, depending on what they offer. It's tempting to go for the cheapest, but they may not necessarily be the right one for you. Get a feel for how they teach and ask lots of questions before commiting.
I welcome phone calls or visits from any parents who are looking for a tutor. I can answer any questions you have or address any worries regarding the whole process. Just give me a call, text or email to arrange a visit.
To reserve a place with me, all you need to do is provide your details and have a chat with me either on the phone or in person. In the summer holidays before tuition begins in October, I do ask for a small deposit of your first lesson fee (£20) to secure the place.