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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:40 pm 
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My DS is only in Year 4, and his primary, though lovely in many ways, is academically v. lax and without much of a clue/resource re G&T. Want to get some tutoring into him, not particularly for 11+ (yet) but simply to keep him stretched and curious.

Anyone recommend a tutor who actually likes their subjects? And who wants to share their knowledge? And is good at it? Tall order, I know. Not overly fussed about subject - DS is voracious. Enfield side of Barnet, ideally.


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if you can help , please reply via PM as usual


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Yossi247 - Look like you are in the same position as me when DS was in Y4. I'm not a tutor. Not sure which subjects you are looking for. For maths if you/your another half can help him, please try "Mental Arithmetic" book 1 - 6. It's only £2.45 on this site. (my DS started with book 2)

http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/books/ ... &s=mental+

Hope this helps.


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