About Harriet Collings

Harriet Collings is the founder of Regency Tuition; a London-based tutoring agency made up of tutors from Oxford, Cambridge, and other prestigious universities.
2909, 2015

Oxbridge Applications Time!

By |September 29th, 2015|Education, Exams|0 Comments

 

As many of you will be very aware, and some may not have realised, the deadline for Oxbridge applications for this year is approaching at an alarming rate! In fact it is only 2 weeks away –6pm on 15th October. It seemed a good idea, therefore, to give you all a bit of advice (from […]

1409, 2015

Countdown to Common Entrance Exams!

By |September 14th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

By now children everywhere have gone back to school for the start of a new year and, as many of you will be very aware, this means the countdown to Common Entrance Exams has begun. The closing date for applications – October 1st – is drawing ever closer and that means that the exam date […]

809, 2015

Back to School Blues

By |September 8th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

It looks like Summer is officially over and this grey, wet weather has also spelt the start of the new school year. This is the week that most children have – in some cases rather reluctantly! – gone back to school. Perhaps for certain parents this brings with it a slight sense of relief, a […]

607, 2015

Brain Exercises!

By |July 6th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

A possible small brain exercise to do each day:

Learn a new word at the start of each day. Learning this will lay down a neural memory trace connection between your hippocampus and your neocortex. However, this exercise is only useful if you make sure to apply this learnt knowledge by making sure to try and […]

2102, 2015

2015: Our New Website

By |February 21st, 2015|Regency|0 Comments

Have a look around our brand new website!

Courtesy of the fantastic team at Purr Digital! These guys are absolutely amazing and have turned all our visions into reality! Thank you so much!

1902, 2015

The Problem with Maths

By |February 19th, 2015|Education|0 Comments

It is well known that fears are transmitted through the generations. If someone in your family has arachnophobia, there is a higher likelihood of you developing it too. This is the case with bigger, more abstract issues as well.

Maths, in this regard is no exception. Parents must take the upmost caution when expressing a dislike […]

1702, 2015

The Differences Between Tutoring Agencies: Part V

By |February 17th, 2015|Industry|0 Comments

There are some good questions to ask when choosing a tutoring agency. Each blog post this week will deal with a different sub-category of questions that you might want to ask potential or current tuition companies. Last week we worked out what more the tuition agencies can help you with. This week will explore three […]

1102, 2015

The Differences Between Tutoring Agencies: Part III

By |February 11th, 2015|Industry|0 Comments

There are some good questions to ask when choosing a tutoring agency. Each blog post this week will deal with a different sub-category of questions that you might want to ask potential or current tuition companies. Yesterday was about evaluating if the tutor is the perfect match for your child. Today we are going to […]

902, 2015

The Differences Between Tutoring Agencies: Part I

By |February 9th, 2015|Industry|0 Comments

There are some good questions to ask when choosing a tutoring agency. Each blog post this week will deal with a different sub-category of questions that you might want to ask potential or current tuition companies. Today will be about telling if the tutors are of the right calibre.

Firstly, you should know how these tutors […]

1011, 2014

Children at their peak…

By |November 10th, 2014|Curriculum|0 Comments

When is the right time for children to peak in education? Is it when they’re taking their finals at University, at A levels, or as a friend recently said to me, at common entrance?  After all, that determines what happens thereafter. Personally I think it’s about nurturing, supporting and encouraging children right the way through, […]