"Education is the best provision for old age"
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Established in 2007 we have grown from strength to strength and have supported our pupils for:
Tailored 1:1 tutoring both in person and remotely though secure online platforms
7+, 11+, 13+ and GCSE examinations
ISEE and ISEB entrance examination systems
Home schooling packages for all needs
Education relocation support and preparation
Preparation for stringent academic assessments including support for International Baccalaureate exams
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
We take the time to get to know you and your family, to formulate a learning plan that suits each family’s requirements and are excellently placed to work with children who have special educational needs and disabilities.
Private tutoring isn’t just any investment, it's about sowing the seeds for a lifetime of learning.
The success rate for placing our students in the top Independent Schools of the South of England (such as Eton, St Paul’s, ASL, Godolphin and Latymer, St Mary’s Ascot, St George’s, and Westminster, to name a few) is almost perfect. We attribute this to the great care and attention we place on understanding the needs of each child we accept into our programmes.
Part of our success is centred on the fact that, here at Eaton Tutors, we know that the stress many children experience while preparing to take entrance examinations is often detrimental to success. To mitigate this we use a calm, kind and organised approach to ensure that children feel fully prepared and therefore confident. Having provided specialist entrance exam tuition for over 13 years, we know what works.
Eaton Tutors employs a number of tutors, personally selected and supervised by our founder (Sadia Ayub). Our tutors have regular meetings with Sadia to review the progress of their students and discuss possible alterations to techniques and resources to attain the best results. Sadia herself continues to teach a select number of pupils (on request).