Tutor Blog

Tutor of the Month: April 2018

Luke H is our April 2018 Tutor of the Month! Luke has been a part of our team since October 2017 helping struggling students in the Hillcrest area!  He is an excellent tutor with a passion for Science and Accounting and he knows the importance for setting small goals in order to reach the top. Luke has […]

Making the most of your part-time job

Why professional behaviour in your part-time job counts – big time! You’ve finished school and begun the next step of your life journey, be it studying full or part-time, or perhaps taking a gap year. Maybe you’re even looking for a full-time job and it’s taking longer than you thought. Either way, you have time […]

Tutor of the Month: March 2018

Zandi P is our March 2018 Tutor of the Month! Zandi matriculated in 2009 from Hyde Park (IEB) with great results all-round. She then went on to complete her Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance and Management through the University of the Witwatersrand, and is currently studying her CIMA Certificate while working part-time. In her […]

ADD/ADHD in Girls

Did you know that the signs differ to those shown by boys? Your daughter studies hard, takes hours with her homework, and is a diligent learner. Yet these excellent traits are not reflected in her school grades. You may be left wondering about possible reasons for this. An often-undiagnosed reason for this could be that […]

What you need to know about a career in STEM

Why Women Should Consider a Career in STEM A career in STEM is a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics. STEM careers are great to get into, as there is a skills shortage in most of these fields. They also often have very few women. This is true globally, as well as in South […]

Tutor Of The Month: Christie Munro

Christie is our February 2018 Tutor of the Month! Christie matriculated from Rhenish Girls’ High in 2015 with fantastic results – 7 distinctions! She is currently completing her BSc majoring in Ocean and Atmosphere Science and Marine Biology at UCT, and has also studied Mandarin for 4 years. She is also a volunteer for the […]

Tips to prepare your child for the new school year

The long summer holidays are over with and your children are back at school. The morning traffic has picked up again, and your family is getting back into routine. Normally, this happens without too much trouble, but some children can take a little longer to get back into routine. Here are some tips to prepare […]

Do I need a TUTOR or an AU PAIR?

What is the difference between a tutor and an au pair? With the hectic pace of today’s life, many parents find that they need assistance with their children to some degree. You may find that there is too much day left at the end of your energy. It is easy to feel overwhelmed at the […]