Fleet Tutors is only too aware of the upheaval and many, many lists and hassles that are, unfortunately, part-and-parcel of any relocation. No matter how well prepared and even how exciting the relocation is, it involves extensive planning and preparation, and inevitably friends and networks are left behind and a new chapter begins.
These factors are often most acutely felt by children and there are many instances when the timing of the big move can fall particularly unhelpfully, during exam years or key elements of the curriculum.
Each individual is given the opportunity to work closely with our teams, they will work to your exact specifications, so if it is emergency tutoring that is required for a relocation due to work, or an enquiry many months in advance, we have the expertise and networks to find a tutor able to deliver the educational level, in a style that will help deliver structure or support during this busy and stressful time.
The curriculum that a school has to follow is set by its corresponding local authority, as such, long-distance relocations are often quite problematic, they can involve potential unnecessary duplication of subject topics and result in entire sections being missed completely.
Fleet Tutors work with Schools and Local Authorities across the UK and are best placed to advise and plan in such instances to ensure a seamless transition. Planning will be provided to deliver the proper exposure to the necessary topics for each subject. Fleet Tutors will also ensure that the Tutors suggested to you are going to be supportive and understanding of the change of circumstance and tie-together terms during the transition.
BA 2:1 European International Studies - Hull
History, Politics View More
History: (Secondary, GCSE), Politics: (A Level, A Level)
Jenna is a qualified teacher and examiner, specialising in history, politics and classics. She has a BA from Hull , a MA from Warwick and a PGCE from Roehampton. She is passionate about education and puts the student’s needs at the heart of her planning and tutorials, allowing her to bring out the best in each student. She believes students perform best when they are inspired, excited and engaged by the subject they are learning. Her sessions are designed to spark the student’s interest and further a love of learning.
BA Law - Cambridge
Maths, English, History, Drama, Law, Functional Skills View More
Maths: (Primary, Primary, Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level), English: (Primary, Primary, Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level, Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level), History: (Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level), Drama: (Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level), Law: (Invalid Position), Functional Skills: (A Level)
Chip has worked as an educational consultant for schools keen to raise their children’s confidence, well-being, and attainment. He wrote the EU’s guidance on using storytelling in the classroom to reach these ends, with the EU’s research team finding students achieved an average grade improvement of 25% through these methods. He is especially adept at tutoring resistant learners. He is the author of two books for children published by The History Press.
MA Performance - London
English, Music, Functional Skills View More
English: (Primary, Primary, Secondary, GCSE, IB, 7+, 11+, 13+, Secondary, GCSE, A Level, A Level, 13+, A Level, iGCSE), Music: (Invalid Position), Functional Skills: (A Level)
Alicia has been tutoring for eight years, supporting students with English language and literature at all levels and for all major exams. She has also worked with mature students to build confidence in their study of English and achieve the qualifications they need to progress.
An initial conversation about your home-schooling requirements with one of our team is the best way to start. Just call Fleet Tutors on 0333 920 2545 and remove the hassle from finding a Tutor. Find out more and take a look at some of our case studies.