Archive for Maths

New Summer holiday Club Courses July/August 2019

| June 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

How will your children keep their brains active in the summer holidays? We are now offering more courses which are perfect to keep your children occupied for some of the long break. Our English, Maths, Touch Typing, and Handwriting courses are always a great way to keep your child’s education flowing

The Art Of Transitioning: Moving from primary school to secondary school

| May 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Art Of Transitioning: Moving from primary school to secondary school

Moving from primary school to secondary school can seem like a big step. Of course if your child is moving on with friends then it becomes a little less daunting. ——————————————————————————————————————– Helping you child to settle into their new school Most secondary schools will offer a range of initiatives designed to help your child to […]

Common Questions GCSE students ask about revision

| March 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

  I interviewed our center director Sue to find out the most popular questions GCSE students ask her and she had three questions which come up time and time again!       Q: How do I organise my revision to get the most from the time I have? A: Whether you are a last […]

SATs: Smithbrook Tuition’s Quickfire Questions

| February 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

                What are SATs? SATs stands for Standard Assessment Tests They are assessments that monitor your child’s educational progress at the end of years 2 and 6 They usually take place in May   When should you/your child start preparing for SATs? At Smithbrook Tuition we offer support […]

Educational Christmas Gifts 2018

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
Bugnoculars

We’re back once again in 2018 with our favourite educational Christmas gifts available in the local shops. As with all of our tuition we like to make learning fun especially during the festive period. Plus Smithbrook Tuition is promoting amazing local businesses for everyone to benefit this Christmas.     Centre director Sue is in […]

Smithbrook Tuition’s Top Test Tips

| June 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

          Like clockwork, the exam season is upon us again and there is advise everywhere on all aspects of exams from how to revise properly right to how much time you spend on each part of your test. It can get a little overwhelming so we have put together three top tips […]

7 Reasons To Give Your Child Pocket Money

| February 15, 2018 | 1 Comments
Should you give children pocket money?

                Giving a child pocket money is much more than just a nice gesture or spoiling your kids. There are important life lessons to be learnt from a young age in a society that relies on money to function. You must be careful about providing money for your children, […]

Quickfire Homework Tips To Help Your Child

| January 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Homework hints

                1. Continuity is key Create an area free of distractions that is the same every day. Try to make the designated homework area somewhere you are available if they need help; this is important for pre-teens. The end of the kitchen table, with no tech, is a great […]

Does Your Child Need to Prepare for Common Entrance?

| October 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Common Entrance preparation

                Preparing your child for Common Entrance Children take Common Entrance exams when applying to join independent schools at the age of 11 or 13. They are standardised tests set by the Independent Schools Examinations Board. As a parent or student, you may be unsure as to what the tests […]

Different Types of Dyslexia

| June 7, 2017 | 0 Comments
Different Types of Dyslexia

                There are many different types of dyslexia that can affect people. People can suffer from one or multiple forms that hinder the learning process and often make reading, writing, spelling and memory problematic. It is important to remember that severity differs from person to person and specific teaching […]