Monthly Archives: March 2012

Originally posted on North West UK Tutors:
Who is Tutoring your Child? A report today published on the BBC website stated  that over 4,000 offenders, including rapists, paedophiles and drug dealers, applied to become teachers last year only to be rejected…

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Zoe Trodd completing her training to open Kip McGrath Sevenoaks.

Zoe Trodd completing her training to open Kip McGrath Sevenoaks.

We would like to welcome Zoe into Kip McGrath. Zoe is a committed and accomplished teacher who wants to help make a difference in educating children in the Sevenoaks area.

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Raise teacher status says OECD.

It seems some pretty powerful people agree with the last few blogs that I have been writing! The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) says that teachers need to be given  “status, pay and professional autonomy” Status is the key … Continue reading

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Why your child’s tutor should be a qualified teacher..(part 2)

In my previous blog I highlighted the question “Is your child’s tutor qualified to teach?” The feedback I received came in two broad categories; those that had made the assumption that every tutor was a qualified teacher, and those that … Continue reading

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Exam Advice

Exam Advice

If your child is coming up to exams, give us a call.

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“I have come to believe …

“I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.”

John Steinbeck

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