Oxford, United Kingdom, June 07, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Tutors International works with children of all nationalities anywhere in the world to provide full time and live in tutoring service. Tutors International is well placed to assist children struggling with exam pressure or new school entrance exams and provide educational support for a range of academic abilities. Tutors are carefully selected to ensure they are sensitive to the child’s educational and emotional needs and Tutors International provide ongoing support to the tutor throughout the contract duration. For more information visit www.tutors-international.com or call +44 (0) 1865 435 135.
Tutors International has helped a wide range of young people globally with a range of learning abilities. One assignment was for a family who had relocated to Gran Canaria. Their daughter was struggling with her school work and, while this had not been a problem in the past, she now wanted to attend a school that insisted on higher grades. Tutors International visited the family and assessed their needs before assigning a tutor. The tutor supported the girl on a full time live in basis and opened up further educational opportunities so the girl could eventually reach her full potential in the right school.
School Exams Pressure
Many children suffer pressure with meeting the necessary criteria for school entrance exams, curriculum exams, and college entrance exams. Private tuition can guide students through an intensive test preparation course and help them achieve the necessary grades in their chosen exams.
Adam Caller at Tutors International says: “Families who have relocated because of work commitments often call upon our private tutors to help maintain continuity for their child’s education during the transitory period, and ensure they meet the necessary education standard of that particular country.”
Tutors International provides full time and live in tutoring services for one or two terms, some even extending to a few years. Shorter term tutoring contracts can be arranged in the summer for ‘crash courses’ when there are more tutors available.