We recently caught up with Max, one of our All-Star tutor-mentor, who kindly gave us some insightful advice on one of the most sought after subjects for tutoring in Melbourne Maths!
Worried your child is falling behind? You’re not alone. Here’s what the latest Grattan Institute report means for you.
The first Semester for 2016 is almost over. Which means our current Year 10’s will be starting to plan their individual VCE study programs. With more than 90 subjects to choose from, it can be a daunting task to pick a minimum of five studies to begin in Year 11. Here are our most important tips to keep in mind when making these decisions!
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We can all remember growing up and having an ever-changing answer to the question What do you want to be when you grow up? The number of us who actually became astronauts or famous singers is probably a pretty low percentage. For todays generation of young people, the question is associated with increasing uncertainty. One thing thats certain though is that change will be a constant in the future workforce.
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Two and a half years is over a fifth of a childs entire schooling life. It is also the amount of time your child could be losing if they are attending a disadvantaged school, according to a recent analysis of NAPLAN results.
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As the first term of 2016 nears to an end, parent teacher interviews begin to takeplace. Whatcan sometimes be an overwhelming, academic version of musical chairs can also be incredibly informative. The outcomes can be disheartening to some student, encouraging to others, and hopefully motivating to all. However, as we all know, teachers are busy people. Therefore, the time you spend speaking to each of your childs educators tends to be limited to only five to ten minutes. Here are our tips on how to get the most out of every second of your parent-teacher interviews.
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Today we received news that our very own All-Star tutor-mentor Chris Bendle recently won an incredible accolade from the University of Melbourne where he is completing a Bachelor of Arts with honours.