A Governor concentrates on the intellectual and social development of your child. The Governor focuses on the upbringing of your child and their education, rather than nursery duties, and will often support areas such as music, arts or sports. She will also implement a structure and plan into your child’s life, in order to accelerate the pace at which they are able to become bilingual.
A Governor creates an enjoyable and stimulating environment for your child to gain confidence in their own abilities through play and structured lessons. There is also a real focus on etiquette, manners, discipline and culture.
Governors are educated with a university education and additional qualifications in other areas. Governors enjoy both aspects of childcare and tutoring. Families often hire governors for their son(s) so that they have somebody to connect with as a buddy/mentor and engage in academic, sporting, artistic and musical activities with somebody they feel comfortable with and whom they can learn English as a second language from.
What are the duties of a Governor?
To assist parents with children's education
To promote children's intellectual development
To accompany children for their activities
To promote development of children's talents
To educate about manners and etiquette
To accompany children on trips
What are the working hours of a Governor?
What is the salary of a Governor?
In the UK
Types of private educators?
A Governess is well-educated child carer that works with children between 6-16 years helping them academically in other areas such as in music, languages, arts, sports, etiquette and manners.
A Governor is the male equivalent of a Governess, carrying the same duties including working with children between 6-16 years helping them academically in other areas such as in music, languages, arts, sports, etiquette and manners.
A Tutor gives your child personal academic tuition on a variety or single subject to enhance their skills and confidence in the chosen area. Including exam preparation and school/university entry.
A nanny works with babies and children up to 8 years old. They take care of all nursery activities, feeding and hygiene for children.
A Maternity Nurse is qualified and experienced to work with mother and baby from birth up to 6 months. Supporting throughout all stages of the baby’s initial development.
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