Who are they?
A Tutor will provide your child with one-to-one educational assistance to help develop their overall language skills. The native English-speaking Tutor will concentrate on improving your child’s skills in reading, writing, speaking and comprehension. The English Tutor will work to a designated number of hours a week, planning and scheduling lessons based on your child’s level of English and unique ability.
The Tutor will frequently evaluate progress, and will discuss their methodology and your child’s progress with you. As well as carrying out lessons, your Tutor will assign homework to help your child’s progression in their studies. An English Tutor focuses less on activities and games, and instead provides a structured, yet stimulating lesson environment.
You can expect your child to gain confidence in their ability with the assistance of a Tutor who will be able to give them one to one tuition and attention in the subject enhancing their overall knowledge, confidence and drive for a particular subject. It’s wonderful to see your child thrive in a subject they once dreaded and have now come to enjoy as a direct result of tuition and guidance.
A Tutor is highly qualified and educated in their field and strive to deliver academic results that will assist your child in exceeding in their studies or entering an international school or university.
What are the duties of a private Tutor?
To enhance a child's confidence ability in academic subjects
The duties of a private Tutor are to assist in one to one learning on a particular subject or subjects depending on your requirements and their experience.
Plan lessons accordingly based on a child's specific needs
The private Tutor will plan lessons according to what is necessary to help your child improve in certain areas of their education based on analyzing your child’s individual learning style and needs.
Plan and execute lessons for entry examiniations
A private Tutor will ensure lessons are structured in a way that your child can progress in their studies or pass particular exams for school/university entry.
Offer a professional approach to teaching and building confidence
A Tutor will be professional and approachable helping your child grow in confidence in their academic studies.
What are the working hours of a private Tutor?
Tutors are hired on a full or part time basis depending on the individual requirements of the family. A part time tutor may work from 10-20 hours per week whereas a full time tutor between 30-40 hours per week.
What is the salary of a private Tutor?
In the UK
In the UK a tutor earns on average £40-£60 NET per hour.
In other countries like Russia, USA, UAE a tutor earn from £1000 up to £2500 NET per week, dependent on experience, achievements, qualifications, age and experience. Including what they can achieve with your child and if you require full time home schooling.
Other 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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