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Daytime-tuition-the-game-changer-to-make-private-tuition-an-alternative-to-classroom-teaching

Tutoring during the daytime can be the real game-changer when considering if you could earn enough from tuition alone. Tutor My Kids, provide one-to-one tutors in Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon and Newmarket for private and school clients. We’re increasingly working with local schools and have opportunities for great teachers to teach some fabulous kids during the […]

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Thinking-of-getting-a-tutor-for-your-child-for-the-first-time?

If you’ve never considered a tutor for your child before, it can be a bit daunting to know where to start. The following will give you some pointers to ask the right questions. We’ll discuss the various options available and additional things to think about. Many of our clients have never had a tutor before and find our advice helpful.

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What-is-dyslexia

What is dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning difficulty which show as difficulty in three main areas: Phonic Difficulties Processing Speed Memory/Working memory The presence of all three is needed before a child would be thought to be dyslexic. Phonic Difficulties Difficulties in phonics (the sounds that make up words) can be around finding it difficult […]

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Why-a-maths-assessment-is-key-to-getting-the-best-tutor-for-your-child

At Tutor My Kids, tutors in Cambridgeshire, a maths assessment is a usual part of our process of putting in the right tutor for your child. It enables us to assess your child’s abilities, their maths gaps and how they approach their work. The importance of getting the right tutor in terms of personality and […]

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Maths-Gaps-Why-they-occur-and-the-problems-they-cause

I’ve never met a child without some gaps in their maths learning; it’s inevitable. How they affect a student depends on where the gaps in their knowledge are. Why gaps in maths knowledge occur Gaps in learning maths can occur for a huge number of reasons. Maths is hugely sequential, which means that many new […]

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How-Dyscalculia-Screening-helped-a-parent

How dyslexia screening enabled a parent to make plans to support her daughter. What is dyscalculia? Dyscalculia is having specific difficulties with maths around size of numbers (being able to know if a number is greater than another number), being able to estimate how many counters there are in a group (subitising) and in recognising patterns […]

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Is-there-ever-a-reason-not-to-test-for-dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a cluster of symptoms which can cause students to find reading, writing, processing information quickly and remembering things tricky. Take a look at Could my child be dyslexic for more details. Reasons to test for dyslexia There are several good reasons to test for dyslexia. If you know the areas that your child is having difficulties, […]

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