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Firstly, I would like to thank yourselves and your staff for all your help and dedication to helping my daughter Saoirse with her maths.  She has shown an improvement with her confidence at attempting to handle the mathematics she is give by her school.  And I feel this is due to the staff at your centre, she had a very rough year in Year 4, with her very unsympathetic teacher and you all helped her through that.  For that I’m very grateful.
Mrs R Wall
We were super happy with your approach and B settled in so well. She looked forward to the tutoring and got a lot out of the sessions. Without a doubt her confidence has grown and I wouldn’t hesitate to use I Love to Learn again in the future. Many thanks, Cat
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Thank you very much for your help and support in helping Tomek achieve his goals in English
Monica (Tomek’s mum)
Dylan had always struggled with very poor handwriting.  After only a few months teachers can now read his writing and he feels more confident.  His coordination problems have been recognised “Thanks to your suggestion,” and this has helped at school.   It has made a big difference to his schooling as he enjoys it much more now.  
Samantha WildingParentPortsmouth
“I Love to Learn really helped me prepare for my entrance exam.  I give I Love to Learn 10/10.  I Love to Learn helped me understand pie charts, algebra and story writing.  I enjoyed coming to I Love to Learn and would love to come back in the future.”
-Ollie, Student in Portsmouth
I would like to thank you for everything that you have done, and also pass on my gratitude from Lottie because she has learnt she has really benefited from and her confidence in maths has vastly improve, so much so that she now tells me that she looks forward to maths class at school!
Charlotte's parents
Thank you both so much for all the support you have give our Darcey.  she really has grown in her confidence with her maths and you have defo given her the foundations to grow.  She is very excited about starting senior school in September and I am sure we will be back in the future for more support for her or her younger sister.  Big, big hugs.
Heidi & Lee
I was told at school that Harrison had fallen about 2 years behind in reading, writing and spelling. Harrison took to it straight away.  He has made fantastic progress and is meeting all his targets.  He loves the points and prizes that he collects for working so he comes out buzzing after every session!
Mrs S McGee
“Thanks for all your hard work with Rebecca Kivlin. She has started Milton Cross this week. Rebecca is in the top set for maths and science, and the second group for everything else. Without coming to Love to Learn she would never have achieved this.  Thanks”    
Julie Powell
Thank you for your lovely card.  You have helped with my creative writing and vocabulary.  I have grown in confidence and I appreciate your help.
Naomi

GCSE Exam Study Help

Use These Four Study Habits to Beat the Revision Beast!

Some students leave GCSE preparation too late.  As the countdown begins in earnest in Year 10, they begin to panic.  Make changes now to your study regime and it will pay off in Year 11!

Effective study skills can often make good students into great students. Here are four great study habits to help your GCSE student get the most out of their learning potential.

  • Study Planner- students will know the topics they need to give special attention to. A long term plan of the year ahead helps to avoid last minute cramming before exams.

 

  • Study Schedule- regular study sessions on a timetable will make life easier as it becomes part of the daily routine.

 

  • Study Time- designate a ‘communication blackout hour’ , no phones, messaging, gaming or TV.

 

  • Study Space- create a study area away from distractions, ideally a quiet, well lit area, with materials to hand.

 

In our experience we find that students need to be self-motivated to do extra study by Year 10 and 11.  Pressuring them to study can be counterproductive.

Support in setting up these four study habits will give them the chance to prepare more effectively.   If you do catch them studying or doing something well, that is the time to really compliment them!

 

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