Wirral Tutoring available at Every Lesson Counts
We offer a range of tutoring at Every Lesson Counts. Our provision covers Wirral and can provide:-
Upton Hall tutoring
St. Anselm's tutoring
Primary school maths
Primary school literacy
We are confident that we offer the most comprehensive and successfull 11+ tutoring in Wirral. Our students regularly achieve 90%+ and at the same time tell us that they are top of the class at school.
Our tutoring comes complete with a detailed homework platform and regular feedback to parents.
Upton Hall Tutoring
We offer two options for our Upton Hall Tutoring. For students who are taking our 11+ course we will provide a free lesson every Saturday in our Bebington branch.
For students who want to focus solely on the Upton exam we offer regular hour long sessions through the week complete with detailed homework and feedback to parents. These students would also be welcome to attend our Saturday tutoring session.
St. Anselm's tutoring
As with our Upton Hall Tutoring we offer free lesson every Saturday in our Bebington branch for students who are taking the 11+ course.. This will cover creative writing and verbal reasoning as the maths skills will be covered in the 11+ lesson the students attend.
For students who want to focus solely on the St. Anselm's exam we offer regular hour long sessions through the week complete with detailed homework and feedback to parents. These students would also be welcome to attend our Saturday session.
Year 3,4,5,6 maths & ENglish TUTORING
Feedback from parents talks about how their child suddenly makes rapid progress at school once starting our primary course. We look to strengthen understanding of key areas of maths and give the children a real love of literacy.
Each lesson is an hour long and comes complete with detailed homework to further boost their confidence and understanding. Many students who have taken our Year 4 or Year 5 course speak move from 'below age related' expecation at school to 'above age related expectation', and a local primary school headteacher fedback that 'it is due to the impact of your teaching that our SATS results have increased.'