One major challenge almost every organised educational system across the globe has is ensuring that all children receive the same quality instruction at school. This is often impossible as everyone learns at different paces and with different methods. It is therefore difficult for every student in the class to maximise their full potential.

Although most teachers try their best, they are often unable to tailor the lessons to suit every student in the class. This causes a gap as some children are left behind while others easily comprehend the concepts being taught. To bridge this gap, it is advantageous for parents and guardians to hire tutors for their children.

A physical tutor will usually meet with the child a few times a week at a library, home, a tutoring centre or some other agreed location. Some times this tuition can be done in a group or one-on-one.

With one-on-one tuition, students have the opportunity to ask questions easily, give productive feedback, get personalised attention and lesser distractions. Group tuition often means the child will be tutored with a few other students at a centre, although, the child is less likely to get a specially tailored tuition, the lessons are usually much more detailed than it is done in schools. Besides, the child will get the opportunity to learn from other students’ questions, make new friends and learn ahead of the class in a more comfortable atmosphere.

Physical tutoring allows the student to be better engaged with the lesson, especially when it is a one-on-one session. Tutors will usually try to keep things interesting and attempt to keep distractions away and this is usually not possible via online tutoring. Physical tutoring also allows the tutor to be attuned with the student, constantly checking to make sure the child is keeping up with the lesson.

Physical tutoring allows the student to feel closer to the tutor. The tutor and student need to have a rapport and sometimes, this is not possible with online tutoring. Physical tuition allows the child and tutor to create a real-life relationship which will make the child feel more comfortable with the tutor, ask more questions and grow more confident during the sessions.

Kids often meet with tutors at learning centres which often has the same ambience as a school. While most students feel more comfortable learning at home, some others prefer to learn in a more formal environment. For these kids, physical tutoring will be best.

Although the majority of the population in Australia has access to the internet, slow connection and crashing network is quite common in the country. Since physical tutoring does not require a network connection, this problem with the internet does not affect the progression of the sessions. Similarly, while smartphones and PCs are common in the country, some students may not have access to them. Physical tutoring can also progress successfully without a need for any of these.

Our tutors are available to physically meet with students at any comfortable location within Sydney. To get started, please contact us and we will respond swiftly with a list of suitable tutors.