Small teacher to child ratios enabling us to provide individualised and focused sessions to ensure rapid progress.
Increased feedback. Children will receive more personalised and frequent feedback than they would in a typical classroom environment.
Increased self-confidence. Children feel more comfortable raising questions in small group settings. Children can also pre-learn concepts before they cover them in school giving them the confidence and skills to contribute in class discussions.
Reduced pressure. One to one sessions are highly focused and for some children this intense environment is not conducive for learning. Most of our children love the small group approach as they get to communicate with their appears and build new and positive friendships whilst learning.
Details of Class
We use a small group approach of no more than 6 students for KS2 and 4 students for KS1. We invite parents and their child to attend our centre for a free initial assessment in line within the current National Curriculum. Depending on the outcome of the assessment we will recommend a service which meets their individual learning needs and goals. Although sessions are delivered in small groups they are tailored to the individual needs of each child. We re-assess all of our students each term to ensure they are making adequate progress and to ensure our lesson plans remain relevant to each child's learning goals.
Your child is working beyond the national standard for their age and you feel they are not being sufficiently challenged in school. This can sometimes, although not always, lead to negative behaviour in class and losing interest in their learning.
Your child is lacking in confidence, this may be in a specific subject area or topic. Due to large class sizes, your child may be reluctant to ask questions resulting in them feeling anxious and worried about attending school.
Your child is not achieving the expected standard for their age. They work better in smaller groups.