How to find a Tutor

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Olaf
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How to find a Tutor

Postby Olaf » Mon Mar 11, 2019 2:23 pm

Good morning all,

Cutting a longer story short, our child expressed in interest in a Grammar school and whilst being very good at school, without obvious gaps, I think we will probably need the support of a tutor at the very least to prep to the exams environment.

I have no idea how to get around and find a suitable tutor, any idea and direction would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks you so much, Oolaf
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LHT courses
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Re: How to find a Tutor

Postby LHT courses » Mon Mar 11, 2019 3:40 pm

Dear Oolaf,
We are a local Tutor Agency and have over 35 years experience helping prepare children for their 11+ and gain entry into the highly competitive Independent & Grammar schools. We have a network of very experienced local tutors & run regular 11+ workshops (see details of our Easter 11+ course at Dulwich College in 'Activities').
Please do get in touch if you would like further info or advice.
Kind regards
Rachel
0208 883 2519
admin@londonhometutors.co.uk
 
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Re: How to find a Tutor

Postby ExceptionalAcademics » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:17 am

Dear Olaf,

Good morning!  We wish your child great success in this process. 

We are Exceptional Academics, a London based tutoring agency.  With teaching that inspires; a positive attitude to learning; high expectations from our tutors; determination and hard work from our students and consistent parental support, we believe that every child is able to succeed academically.
In preparation for the eleven plus, aside from one to one tuition, we also provide Booster Courses, Mock Exams and Saturday School.  
Kindly send us an email to info@exceptionalacademics.com for more information, we will be happy to help!

Best wishes,

The Exceptional Academics Team
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