Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I choose a tutoring centre instead of a tutor who comes to the house?
Why are children taught in small groups?
At Succeed Education, children receive one-to-one tuition within a small group of 1-2 pupils. In our experience, small group tuition is more effective than one-to-one for the following reasons:
At Succeed, we are keen to encourage independent thinking and working skills and group tuition provides an ideal environment in which to nurture these skills. In a one-to-one situation, the child can become too dependent on the tutor. When working with a group, the tutor delivers the ‘new learning’ to the child then the pupil is given the opportunity to practise and think about what they have been taught. They can then consolidate their learning independently – with the teacher on-hand to intervene and support whenever necessary. We have found this model of teaching and learning to be the most effective as children learn best by being fully involved in their learning.
We want your child to enjoy their sessions at Succeed! Being taught in a small group can make the experience less intense for a naturally shy child and they will realise quickly that they are not alone in needing a bit of extra help. An additional bonus is the location of our tuition rooms. Glebe Farm offers a stimulating environment which children love to visit, making the experience an enjoyable one for children and parents alike.
Our tuition rooms at Glebe Farm offer unlimited scope to vary sessions to suit the learner. We have a wide variety of resources for all age groups to hand at the centre so learning is personalised throughout the session. We also have a good understanding of the different learning styles and needs that individuals may have. At Glebe Farm, we have the scope to tailor lessons to the needs of the child. For example, we are able to provide outdoor learning where appropriate to individuals and groups. At Succeed, teaching does not follow a script, rather, it is driven by the needs of the children in order for them to make the most progress.
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