Not for my son (although his Year 7 levels leave a lot to be desired in French!) - I have a friend living in SW18 area whose son is currently in Year 9.
He was a reluctant scholar for several years, but has now turned himself around and is very keen to improve in all subjects and get some decent GCSE grades.
He is finding it hard to catch up in French and is in need of a good French tutor and having been down the tutor route for the 11+, I thought this forum would be an excellent place to start the search.
So if anyone can recommend a tutor that we could chat to, please can you let me know!
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