1108, 2018

Coding for girls- weekend courses!

By |August 11th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Really excited to announce that we are running CODING workshops for girls starting in September at the weekends in central London! All levels welcome!

Contact us on harriet@regencytuition.com for more info!

208, 2018

A Teacher’s Guide to Long Distance Tutoring

By |August 2nd, 2018|Curriculum, Education, Exams, GCSE, Industry, International, Regency, Uncategorised|0 Comments

Distance learning services are growing exponentially. It is now possible to obtain a college degree without being physically present in a classroom, either by using the internet (through visual/audio lessons) or through institutions that send study materials by post to the student and guide the learner.

Long distance tutoring requires a basic understanding of the requirements […]

1505, 2018

Advice for Exam Prep!

By |May 15th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Regardless of whether you’ve managed seven hours of revision a day or just the one, effective last-minute revision is the crucial final step on the journey to exam success; the home straight. It is important to keep your head, and not allow the sight of the fast-diminishing top half of the hourglass to cloud your […]

1804, 2018

How do you prepare for Common Entrance tests?

By |April 18th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

How do you prepare for these terrifying common entrance exams? So, once again the dreaded common entrance tests are coming up and students are frantically trying to get ready. Everything is so competitive these days and it’s a sad reality that children are having to be put through their paces at such an early age. Regency […]

404, 2018

My thoughts on tutoring, from a tutor!

By |April 4th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

As a recent History graduate with experience of working in the British and Canadian Houses of Parliament, I am well aware of the benefits of a good education. Good teaching has enabled me to study at University College London, and afforded me excellent career opportunities in the world of politics.

I believe education should be focused […]

2003, 2018

Why are Common Entrance exams important?

By |March 20th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Any educational admissions process is a stressful and often difficult experience for pupils and parents alike. Common Entrance is no exception: a varied set of examinations across all subjects, requiring an all-round performance in order to gain admission to a preferred school.

Common Entrance certainly has its critics: how effective is it? Is preparatory education overly […]

1403, 2018

Common Entrance Papers

By |March 14th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Your Common Entrance exams are the first set of academic tests that are of major significance. This is why practice is crucial; mock papers papers from the top schools are an absolute must.

Forget “French vocab” tests on a Tuesday morning, and “Spelling and Grammar” on a Thursday; these are the first tests whose results count […]

603, 2018

What are we really doing here?

By |March 6th, 2018|Curriculum, Education, Exams, GCSE, Industry, International, Regency, Systems of Education, Uncategorised|0 Comments

According to Woody Allen, eighty per cent of life is showing up. The same is true for tutors. It’s the last twenty percent that distinguishes excellent tutors, separating the wheat from the chaff. As tutors, we have to take advantage of the fact that we have the luxury to focus on a single student.

In […]

2502, 2018

The importance of tutoring – from a tutor!!

By |February 25th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Private tuition can play a crucial role in a child’s education. Not only does it iron out deficiencies in the child’s knowledge and understanding of a particular subject but it allows for the creation of a distinct learning environment. This learning environment has numerous advantages when compared with more traditional forms of learning to which […]

1805, 2017

Language Education

By |May 18th, 2017|Uncategorised|0 Comments

By: Keir Pearson

There’s a lot of furore over language teaching at the moment. In general, language instruction has long been undergoing a cutback in favour of ostensibly more “useful” subjects, particularly the sciences. As a young boy at secondary school, I was forced to choose between my two great loves – science and languages. […]