Primary level English is taught at key stage 1 (KS1) and key stage 2 (KS2) and covers the fundamental literacy skills needed to progress on to secondary school. Subject matter covered includes spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as reading, writing and comprehension. If you think your child would benefit from home based online English tuition, we can introduce you to one of our specialised primary level English tutors with experience of helping pupils at these early stages of English development.
Secondary school English starts with key stage 3 (KS3) which prepares pupils for GCSE English. Any gaps in knowledge at this stage need to to rectified if a pupil is going to progress well throughout school. We have qualified online English tutors with experience of helping pupils with KS3 English and GCSE English. Contact us now to discuss your individual requirements for online tuition.
A-level English is the study of advanced English concepts and is a necessary prerequisite to gain entrance to many top universities on English degree courses which require a high level of English ability. We work with some of the UK's top online A-level English tutors that specialise specifically in A-level English tuition, so contact us now to book your online English tutor.
We also have experienced online English as a Foreign Language (EFL) tutors that specialise in helping non-native English speakers to develop their spoken and written English for either pleasure, business or educational use. Contact us now to find out how we can help with these specialised areas of English using online tuition.
Our virtual online classrooms use digital whiteboards with integrated audio and video capability. Sessions are recorded so you can review your lesson afterwards as often as required. The entire whiteboard contents will also be emailed to you after each lesson for your notes. Both tutor and student can write on the whiteboard and learning material can be uploaded to the learning space. This means a highly effective and efficient one to one tutoring session can take place, without the pupil having to spend any time making notes.