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Summer study schools

With the summer holidays fast approaching (just a couple of months away)  you might be thinking about how you can encourage your child to keep on studying, stay ahead of the crowd or catch up on a subject they have struggled with during the academic year.

If you are doing A Level or at University, you may want to use this time to find your feet with new topics or build up your confidence before you go back in September. Summer is also a key time to begin preparation for the 11+ (eleven plus). If you already work with a private tutor then you might be familiar with the idea of summer schools. At 121 Home Tutors we are planning a series of small group summer schools in the Manchester and Cheshire areas over the summer period. Here’s a rundown of what will be on offer (we can also design and deliver something specific for your child or a group of friends or in a one to one setting).

  •  11+ summer school. Preparing for studying and taking the 11+ exam and the very specific set of skills required to pass this exam.
  • Primary to KS3 summer school (age appropriate groups). A mix of Maths, English, Science and activities.
  •  Your child can attend for 1 day or up to 3 weeks.
  •  Prices start at £25 per child per day including lunch for 10am-3pm. There are opportunities for you to extend the days at an additional £5 per hour.
  •  The schools will take place in a central location easily accessed from Altrincham, Didsbury, Chorlton, Sale and Trafford areas.

Demand is already high for these courses and places are limited so if you are interested then do contact us soon.

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2 Responses to “Summer study schools”

  1. Alison says:

    July 17th update:
    Summer school places now fully booked – we will be running more next year.
    However, we do still have some tutors that can offer intensive summer tuition in Altrincham and Stockprt areas.

  2. Stella says:

    I do know how to read music, but if you got the Alfred’s basic piano library: Prep Course Lesson Level A you could teach your child. It would teach you at the same time. Although, you might not be able to play the duets with them. There are also a lot of yutboue videos out there that would give you some fun activities to do to help them learn. Thanks for sharing. New Follower!

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