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Tuition Prices


All students must have an initial assessment. This allows us to determine what teaching style and level of work the individual child needs. These assessments are not based on what they cannot do. It is quite the opposite! We work on the basis of what they can do according to their age and ability. The assessment is tailored to each child’s needs. The experience is to allow the child to become familiarised with the setting, an opportunity to be independent and to show give them the opportunity to show their level of confidence. They should feel safe and comfortable in our classroom.

The two hour assessment along with parents or carers consultation allows us an opportunity to talk about any concerns and targets. Working in partnership with parents and carers to provide the best possible service.

£50 per Assessment

GCSE (YEARS 9, 10, 11)


GCSE English and Maths (Maths Edexcel Specification) 2 HOURS FOR £50

GCSE English Foundation (English AQA) 1 HOUR £30

English Higher 1 HOUR £30

Maths Foundation1 HOUR £30

Maths Higher 1 HOUR £30

KEY STAGE 3 (Year 7, 8)




£40 for 2 HOURS

KEY STAGE 2 (YEAR 3, 4, 5, 6)

English and Maths Programme (EMP)

2 hour session




Maths/Numerical Reasoning

Verbal Reasoning

Non-verbal Reasoning

Creative Writing

Year 3 £30 FOR 2 HOURS

Year 4 £40 FOR 2 HOURS

Year 5 £50 FOR 2 HOURS

KEY STAGE 1 (YEAR 1 and 2)








SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities)

Special Educational Needs

Communicating and interacting – Children and young people have speech, language and communication difficulties which make it difficult for them to make sense of language or to understand how to communicate effectively and appropriately with others.

Cognition and learning – Children and young people learn at a slower pace than others their age, have difficulty in understanding parts of the curriculum, have difficulties with organisation and memory skills, or have a specific difficulty affecting one particular part of their learning performance such as in literacy or numeracy.

Social, emotional and mental health difficulties – Children and young people have difficulty in managing their relationships with other people, are withdrawn, or they behave in ways that may hinder their and other children’s learning or have an impact on their health and wellbeing.

Sensory and/or physical needs – Children and young people with visual and/or hearing impairments, or a physical need that means they must have additional ongoing support and equipment. Some children and young people may have SEN that covers more than one of these areas. (


Many children and young people who have SEN may also have a disability. A disability is described in law (the Equality Act 2010) as ‘a physical or mental impairment, which has a long-term (a year or more) and substantial adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.’ This includes, for example, sensory impairments such as those that affect sight and hearing, and long-term health conditions such as asthma, diabetes or epilepsy. (


Assessment – a family meeting, where we meet your child in our friendly home. We get a chance to interact, discuss your concerns and how we might be able to help. Upon meeting you all, we can see what we can offer. Please contact us for more details and advice. After the assessment we can determine in what way we are able to support families. This will be a joint decision by yourselves and us. Families are not committed to us regardless of the assessment.

Assessment for Special Needs

Lessons £70 per Hour

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Online Tuition also available. Please contact us for more information.

Payment Option

Please contact us for more details, prices may vary. Payments are taken every half term in advance.

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