Make the Most of Your Holiday With Our Summer Tutoring!
Do you fear falling behind in your academics during the holidays? Studies indicate that most students lose 20-40% of academic progress achieved during the previous year.
During the summer break, students engage in various activities like swimming, play dates, and vacations. However, when school resumes, many of them realise they have forgotten a lot of what they had learned in the previous year. This is known as “summer learning loss”.
Studies have demonstrated that children can lose over 2.6 months of maths skills acquired in the previous school year during the holiday season. This can be incredibly challenging for children who already have difficulty with maths, resulting in them being further behind when the next school year begins. It’s not just maths, though. Overall, kids lose an average of one month of learning in other subjects.
However, our school holiday tutoring programmes can help you avoid falling behind. Our academic coaches offer in-home and online tutoring services at a time that is convenient for you to keep you ahead of the curve.
A private tutor will come to your home during a free consultation and assess your child’s current academic level, help them go over their school and summer work, or provide any extra support they may need to stay competitive.
But don’t worry; your child will still get a break as our sessions are 2 to 4 times a week for 1 hour, depending on the day and time.
How Can You Help Your Child Learn Over The Summer?
As parents, guardians, or family members, we can help our children stay ahead of the game by helping them learn, even during the holidays. Here are a few ideas to help your child keep up or even get ahead over the summer.
- Read Together: Reading is one of the best ways to help your child develop important skills such as vocabulary, comprehension, and writing. It also encourages creativity and imagination!
- Explore: Take your child to interesting places and let them explore nature, learn about different cultures or even visit a museum.
- Plan Menus: Let your child take part in planning meals. Research recipes, decide what to cook for the week and shop for ingredients! This will encourage maths skills as they measure out ingredients.
- Play: Take part in activities such as board games, puzzles, or outdoor sports. This will help them develop problem-solving skills and social skills.
- Sign Up For Summer Tutoring: Enroll your child in a summer tutoring program like our own to help them stay ahead. Our experienced educational coaches offer personalised one-on-one tutoring sessions to help your child understand complex concepts quickly and confidently.