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 Post subject: Tutors for Rugby
PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:58 am 
Are there any tutors based in Rugby? I am looking for one to coach my son in next year's 11+.

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Good idea :) I am now registered... :wink:


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Did you manage to find a tutor?


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No luck...do you know anyone who can help?


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Not really, which is why I have been doing it myself. In the future I might try to tutor as I am a teacher and feel that I have learned a lot through the process this year but it is just a thought at the moment. I think I need to see if he passes!!!
Have you thought of asking a teacher at your child's school if they know anyone?


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I am not sure if my child's school would help (I will ask though at parents' evening next week) as their policy is not to get involved with the 11+.

I could do it myself but the mother/child relationship is bound to get in the way :lol:


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Parents evening next week...I wonder if our children are at the same school...? :idea:


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Having just read your message again, I realise that they aren't. My son's Head is heavily involved in 11+ practising with year 5s towards the end of the academic year and the year 6s.


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