Oxford, United Kingdom, March 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- In the April edition of Polo Times, regular columnist Adam Caller, an education specialist and Director of the Oxford-based private tutoring organisation Tutors International, will be looking at the effect of parental attitude on young sportspeople.
In his next column, Caller looks at how accomplished polo players can benefit from reasonable boundaries enforced by parents with loving attention, firm but fair discipline, and a safe home life where they understand how to earn praise and respect from their parents.
“Parents often come to me when something has gone wrong,” comments Caller. “Providing just the right nurturing environment for a child can be difficult, and when a child loses motivation at school or for a sport they’ve shown a great talent for, or becomes involved with unsuitable friends, it can leave parents worried and confused about the best direction to take for the good of their children’s future.”
“In my experience in both traditional school and home education, I’ve found that when a family sets reasonable targets, and recognises achievement before setting harder goals, students often continue to feel motivated to develop themselves. They do not feel that they’ll never live up to expectations, or that the goals they’re set are unattainable, and this fosters much better communication between parent and child.”
Caller taught in schools before becoming an education consultant and founding private tuition placement service, Tutors International (http://www.tutors-international.com) in 1999. He was invited by Polo Times to contribute a regular column about education and private tuition to provide advice to parents of rising polo stars on finding the best solution for balancing polo training with education.
About Tutors International
Tutors International is a worldwide organization providing experienced private tutors to work with children of all ages and nationalities. Tutors are available for full-time tutoring positions, for major support and tutoring outside school hours, or for home-schooling.
Tutors International provide tutors in a wide variety of situations from helping students re-take critical exams, helping pupils with the transition of moving between international school systems, and supporting youngsters with AD/HD and dyslexia. They provide a bespoke service to find the right tutor that suits the child's needs and aspirations, and if a live-in tutor is required, it is essential that the assigned tutor is the right match for the family and fits in the environment.
Tutors International was founded by Adam Caller who has tutored students of all ages. He has received specialist training in dyslexia and Attention Deficit Disorder and is very sensitive to children's educational difficulties. He has now turned this expertise to recruiting, training and placing other tutors to help families.