£30 per hour. (Make sure you are in our coverage area)
We are going to be very honest with you. You don´t however, a private tutor will support your child's learning and guide them to a better and complete understanding of Spanish.
Perhaps your child is already doing well in Spanish however, the benefit of having a Spanish tutor could make your child excel with the language. On the other hand, we have some other children that are struggling with basic concepts.
We are not surprised, an average of 30 children in the class, some schools with supply teachers and/or covers. Children that are struggling lose confidence and interest in learning Spanish the second most spoken language in the world.
There is a lot of competition for university places and it is extremely tough to get in some of them. This also depends of your chosen degree you must have the knowledge of Spanish if you want to get it in. Check yourself University and degrees.
A-Levels have the power to affect the university you attend, so getting good predicted and actual grades at AS Level and A2 Level is crucial. Putting in the effort now can greatly improve your chances of getting offers from top universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.Some students facing their final years of school benefit from some extra assistance. Due to the increased complexity of A-Levels, your student could benefit from having a Spanish tutor.
This depends on the individual needs of the student. Sometimes a tutor is hired once a week, twice a week, one hour or several hours. Sometimes, a couple of months before exams to aid revision. What do you recommend? I don´t know your child and all are completely different, however I prefer consistency and dedication against rushing and leave it all for the last minute. However, as you know your child you will probably know if your child is consistent and can work on his/her own or needs a bit more reassurance.
You don´t but if you do perhaps Spanish can open doors to many other countries and job opportunities around the world. Some students are hesitant to put their knowledge of a language into practice, we understand it can be embarrassing to learn a language for the first time or to speak a bit more than the usual in class with your peers. However, practicing Spanish with us and following our advice is what will ultimately lead you to fluency.
As a summary a part of all the above said we can improve:
Yes, we can in our blog you will find a lot of good explanations and all of them can help you in different areas and here you can see some of those links:
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