News in Brief
Just because parents want to take their children on holiday, that's no reason for their kids to fall behind on their school work. A London based tutoring agency has launched a new service targeted at tour operators, cruise lines, and travel organizers to supply traveling tutors.
Tutor House will provide tutors that will travel with families – or meet them en route – for up to five hours of tuition per day. They can accommodate children aged 11 to 18 in any GCSE or A Level subject as well as providing Common Entrance preparation.
Child care services can also be arranged.
“By offering this new service, families can now go on holiday out of season, or during term time, without having to worry that their children will fall behind at school,” says Alex Dyer, Director of Tutor House and Professional Tutor.
“Families can also optimize key revision periods, such as Easter and Christmas holidays, as well as offering tuition outside of congested exam and school periods, like summer, where children can really benefit from additional support before they begin the next school year.”
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