Passionate and experienced full time Primary School Teacher offering group and one to one tuition for KS1 and KS2. Please contact for more information.
Robert Hay, Private Tutor
I am a passionate and experienced full time Primary School Teacher offering group and one to one tuition for KS1 and KS2. Each tutoring session will be tailored to the individuals needs from KS1 to Year 6 SATs and 11+ coaching. I also offer booster sessions for reading, writing and maths throughout all age groups. My specialism is in Key Stage 1 and I have strong knowled
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Roald Dahl’s most inspiring heroine. Who was your childhood inspiration?
stylist.co.uk The genius five-year-old just lost out to Harry Potter as most inspiration children's book character, and we think it's an outrage
Is your child due to sit their KS2 SATs this term? For information on changes to the exams, past papers and how to help children cope with exam stress, visit: ow.ly/rG6q30jMVVe #SATs #Exams
theschoolrun.com Key Stage 2 SATs take place in the summer term of Year 6. Your child will spend a large proportion of the year preparing for these tests in school and will benefit from any extra support you can offer at home.
Learning a language is a resolution for one in five Brits. What will yours be? https://t.co/66H0vjIeOU
bbc.co.uk Spanish was the most popular language to learn, a British Council survey suggests.
Winter wonderland at bedtime? Yes please! ⛄ 20 of the best Christmas books to read aloud: ow.ly/OrsA30h0vWM #Christmas #reading
buzzfeed.com Heartwarming stories of the season that children and adults will love.
✍️ ✍️ Take the hassle out of homework - Five tips for more fun and less stress: ow.ly/jwwM30gIJem
huffingtonpost.co.uk photo courtesy of Depositphotos and Attuned EducationParents of school aged children or teenagers often tell me that getting them to do homework can be a hassle. Some educational professionals feel th...
Struggling to secure those times tables, this article is worth a read. https://www.teachwire.net/news/help-children-memorise-times-tables-by-encouraging-them-to-make-connections
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How to improve memory & concentration in students? One Cambridge primary school has added chess to their curriculum:ow.ly/WJsM30fp9wO
itv.com A school in Cambridge is giving pupils chess matches as part of their weekly timetable in a bid to help their development. At Cherry Hinton Primary they believe teaching children the board game gives them skills they can use in other subjects. It's a scheme supported by the charity Chess in Scho...
interesting article on how different cultures view private tuition & social mobility. ow.ly/Xjb330f2FPN
telegraph.co.uk Middle class parents are increasingly fierce when it comes to their children’s schooling, report after report has highlighted, pushing with all their might to make sure their offspring get first dibs on whatever educational opportunities are available.
There was a thought provoking article about educational technology in a recent edition of The Economist called ‘Together, technology and teachers can revamp schools’. blog.tutorhub.com/2017/08/07/edt…
blog.tutorhub.com There was a thought provoking article about educational technology in a recent edition of The Economist called ‘Together, technology and teachers can revamp schools’. The article suggested that up until recently the relationship between technology and education has been tenuous. And that technologic...
Interesting article about private tuition. More spaces available over the school holidays.
blog.tutorhub.com As you and I are both interested in education, and as you’re reading this article on an online education website, you may reasonably expect a natural bias towards the benefits of private tutoring for children. I know that it has its advocates and detractors, which is why it was interesting for me (a...