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Six signs your child could benefit from private tuition

Are you a parent who’s worried about your child’s future? Perhaps their behaviour or grades have concerned you and you’re unsure how to help? Maybe you’ve been thinking about hiring a personal tutor for some time, but are unsure whether your child needs individual support?

When is it time to get outside help?

Your school years aren’t always the happiest days of your life. We all hope they will be, but in reality children can be beset with problems, frustrations and worries.

Perhaps you recognise some of these signs in your child?

  1. Falling grades/effort.
  2. Regular homework meltdowns/tantrums.
  3. Refusal to let you help them/go to school/talk about problems in school.
  4. Angry or anxious behaviour at home.
  5. Your child avoids/delays/says they hate doing homework/projects
  6. Your child’s confidence plummets.

That’s some list… Teachers, of course, are overworked and stretched. They simply have so little time to spend with strugglers that many children fall right through the net.

Even children in independent school or local grammar schools across Manchester and Cheshire can feel overwhelmed by a subject. With a faced-paced curriculum – whether at junior school, or at GCSE or A Level – children often fall behind if they misunderstand something.

Within weeks, the problem can snowball.

Sadly, there’s no doubt that the more competition in schools, the more struggling children feel inadequate. What can you do about this?

What’s the answer?

It might be that your child needs time management support, exam technique practice, or perhaps help to lift their confidence levels? One to one tuition can help them get back on track.

And if your demotivated son or daughter is in danger of failing this year, it might be time to call in tuition experts before things get worse..

If you would like to have a no-obligation chat with an experienced tutor here at 121 Home Tutors, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. At the very least, we’ll give you some good old-fashioned advice about where to go from here.

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