frequently asked questions
Children in their early years of school can find developing the early strategies for reading challenging and are either visual or auditory learners. This can be identified through a diagnostic assessment, allowing a qualified teacher to write an individualised program for your child.
Many children have problems with spelling and our Centres have programs to help.
Our programs are designed to improve visual memory and focuses on stretching the visual memory. In structured steps, the focus on visual memory, teaches a child to look at words in a new way, thus helping reading and spelling.
Visualising and Verbalising is a program of instruction. It develops mental imagery as a base for language comprehension and thinking.
Sound confusing? It isn’t!
Einstein said, “If I can picture it, I can understand it.”
The program will really help your child improve reading, writing, comprehend instructions, and sustain focus .
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Our Centres offer many different ways of teaching mathematics. We believe in a hands-on approach to develop mathematical concepts.
Because the lessons are one-to- one, there is time to explore these concepts using concrete materials.
Unique to our Centres, our transition program for Year 6 to Year 7 has been developed specifically for students entering the next phase of schooling from primary to high school.
It can be offered in 2 ways:
1. On a one-to-one basis over 2 terms or
2. As 1.5 hours per week in small groups over 9 weeks.
Our Centres offer specific Essay writing programs.
Depending on whether you are after high school essay writing or your child has writing block, we can tailor a specific program.