Was it what you thought it would be? 

Did it adequately reflect your child's strengths and abilities?

How is the school going to support your child and challenge or extend their learning?

Or, was it "all is fine" but as their parent you really know, "all is not fine"?

We understand the needs of students and how all children are unique. No two children learn or develop the same, so they shouldn't be expected to achieve the same results at the same time.

 

If you have doubts or concerns with your child's academic results, contact us for either an independent assessment or individual and private tutoring. 

Remember, you know your child best!

 

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& Resources

www.youcandoitparents.com

This website for parents is based on the latest theory, research and practice of positive parenting.

www.parentingideas.com.au

A popular website by parenting educator Michael Grose. Lots of useful tips and strategies for parents.

DEVELOPING CONFIDENT KIDS

All of our tutors are Registered VIT teachers.

 

Our tutoring supports goal setting, addresses individual student strengths and weaknesses, encourages motivation and builds academic self-confidence.

 

We help students reach their full potential.

We assess students and collect evidence of their learning and development.

 

This is then analysed and interpreted to make a program and intervention decisions for extending the student's learning and development. Age alone cannot measure a child’s skill or capacity. Research shows there is a large degree of variation between individual children’s cognitive, social and emotional functioning thus the importance of accurate assessment and interpretation ~ offered here at our Centre.

​Those who have Irlen Syndrome see reading and/or the environment differently and need to make adaptations or compensations to what they see. Often they are unaware that what they are seeing is different to those who do not have Irlen Syndrome. This can require extra energy and effort needed for reading and perception. This can also affect individuals from reading effectively and efficiently along with writing including spelling.

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Ideally situated for families in Eltham, Greensborough, Bundoora, Watsonia, Bulleen, Doncaster, Warrandyte, Diamond Creek and Northern suburbs.

Suite 2 / 23 Dudley Street Eltham Victoria 3095

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03 9439 9291

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