As we enter the second month of lockdown, thinking about your child’s education and development is still vitally important. You might have formulated a clear daily work schedule for them with a variety of subjects throughout the day and well-timed breaks to keep their attention focused.
You can build on this great work by arranging remote tutoring to give your child some interaction with a tutor and other students, to help bring some more variety into their studying day. A fully qualified tutor gives your child the opportunity to ask questions, get better insights into topics and could even free up your day.
Face-to-face tutoring, which can normally drain the valuable resource of time, is now simply not possible until social distancing and lockdown rules are relaxed. Online tutoring, which offers convenience and flexibility, is perfectly suited to the current situation. You probably already have everything that you need to begin; WiFi, a computer or tablet as well as pens and notepads.
ThinkTutors will be running online classrooms for up to 10 students at a time and covering GCSE Year 10 and A-Level Year 12. To find out more about it, or to book a session, please email email@example.com.
With around 93% of 12-17 year olds being active online, remote tutoring can seem more natural to your child than it might do to you. Privacy and security is taken very seriously at ThinkTutors and we carry out extensive background checks, including DBS checking all tutors, whether they are facilitating face-to-face or online sessions.
Read more about the benefits of online tuition in our blog post here.