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Posts Tagged ‘learning difficulties’

How can a private tutor unlock learning difficulties?

Monday, March 29th, 2021

Has your child has ever seemed stuck, angry about school, resistant to homework, worried about falling behind?  It’s a familiar story here at 121 Home Tutors. Children can very easily end up in a hole that seems impossible to escape from. With parents, fraught about what best to do, it can be a challenging time. […]

Is this your nightmare too?

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Parents worry about their children. They worry about progress, falling behind, getting the basics right. Whether schools are in lockdown, or a child misses out on education for some time, one of the top concerns parents have is, ‘How will my child catch-up if they’ve missed out on so much?’ As well as lower performance […]

Is your child struggling at school?

Monday, January 26th, 2015

School isn’t always ‘the best days’ of a child’s life. Sometimes, every day can be a hurdle, a battle. Sometimes a child is labelled as ‘naughty’ whereas in fact there could be an explanation behind his/her behaviour. Sometimes bright children do badly in tests and exams too. Before jumping to conclusions, it’s essential to do something proactive so the […]

Tutoring and Dyslexia

Friday, July 30th, 2010

We get several enquiries from parents of children with mild to moderate dyslexia wondering if we can help, and whether or not tutoring is effective for children with the kinds of difficulties with literacy associated with dyslexia. The short answer is yes – we can almost always help. However, we do come across a few common questions, answered in this article