Give your Child an Academic Boost this Summer

Give your Child an Academic Boost this Summer

Children who are struggling at school have to face more than a bad report card. Large class sizes mean teachers simply don't have the time to help them to catch up, so each passing year they get further behind. Their confidence is negatively affected and their stress levels increase exponentially. They may avoid studying for tests and arguments around homework will become a daily burden for the family. That's where Tutor Doctor's one-on-one tutoring comes in. Just a couple of hours every week over the summer holidays will enable your child to catch up and keep up. Their confidence will improve and, through Tutor Doctor's X-skills program, they will learn the skills they need to be excellent independent learners.

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