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Benefits of tutoring

Every parent wants to see their children excelling in their academics, tutoring programs give learners the necessary attention they might be missing at schools. Tutoring programs offer the following benefits:

  • Individual and unique learning experience

    Your child will receive an individualized learning experience. Tutors can customize the lessons and activities just for your child.

  • One-on-one attention

Signs your child needs extra lessons

There are a few reasons why learner may need extra lessons, one of them being failing. A learner might be failing.

Seeking assistance from the teacher will guide you on the type skills or tools your child needs to improve upon, helping you identify what kind of tutor is right for your child. This affects their self-esteem, they become hard on themselves due to the low grades and start complaining that school is difficult which leads to lack of participation in the class.

NEW UPDATES for The Scholarly Network (TSN)

Wow, can you believe it's already March 2023?! It's amazing how fast time flies! We hope everyone has been working hard in preparation for the upcoming test week that will commence across most high schools in South Africa. Remember, it is always important to take the time to review all material and get plenty of rest as you study. Good luck! Also, TSN is here for you! We are committed to helping schools and scholars succeed. Our tutorial sessions are in full swing! Our tutorials and workshops are designed to provide comprehensive support and guidance.

Equal Education Law Centre (EELC) released a report on underperforming schools in the country.

The report stated at least "80% of schools are dysfunctional, and most of these schools serve black and coloured learners". The researchers said despite improvements, deep inequalities continue in the education system. They cited data from the General Household Survey that indicated the percentage of youths who completed Grade 12 was approximately 44.9% in 2009 and 53.8% in 2018.