Interview with Jack: A Minerva Homeschooling Tutor

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Whether you’re a parent wondering what the difference is between a Homeschooling tutor and a school teacher, or you yourself are looking to find out what it takes to be the best tutor you can be, this interview with one of Minerva’s top tutors will shine a light on what it’s all about. Homeschooling’s star is on the rise. A … Read More

How Are Parents Coping with Lockdown Homeschooling in the UK?

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It’s tough to juggle your child’s UK homeschooling curriculum with your own commitments. It’s nearly three months since the beginning of nationwide homeschooling in the UK—but for many parents, it feels more like three years. The closure of UK schools to the vast majority of children took hold on Monday, 23 March 2020. For most mums and dads, any utopian … Read More

5 Ways Lockdown Could Change Education – It’s Not Just About Online Homeschooling

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Online Tutoring And online homeschooling have changed since lockdown

The COVID-19 crisis has forced parents and experts to reevaluate the priorities of education. Some changes have been positive, including online homeschooling and technology developments, and could be here for good. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced radical changes in every facet of our lives—and education is no exception. What lessons is lockdown teaching us, and how might they alter the … Read More

What Makes the Best Tutors?

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The Best Tutor allows their student to reach their potential

With so many tutors and tutoring agencies out there to choose from, what makes the best tutor… for you? Description: Looking for the best tutors, either online or face to face? Minerva tutors can build your child’s confidence and help them achieve the results they deserve. Standfirst: More parents than ever are coming to understand just how important a good … Read More

10 Things You Need to Know about Online Tutoring and Homeschooling during the COVID-19 Crisis

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Homeschooling online during COVID-19

Schools throughout the UK have closed, with the vast majority of pupils being sent home to self-isolate and help slow the spread of COVID-19. Only the children of key workers will remain at school to allow their parents to concentrate on their vital jobs. It’s likely that schools won’t open again until September, the start of the new academic year. … Read More

Coronavirus Action Plan

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Minerva Tutors would like to reassure our families, tutors, and staff that our first priority is safeguarding the health and wellbeing of all in our network at this time. Here is our Coronavirus Action Plan. Here are our aims concerning our staff and the continuing ordinary functioning of the business: to minimise the spread of the infection to safeguard everyone’s … Read More

Interview With Thomas – Our Expert Coding Tutor

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Thomas with Ghaith, one of our coding students   Hey Thomas, first things first – what exactly is coding, and what can it be used for? Simplified, coding is the instructions given on computers in the form of symbols and letters in order to perform a particular task. All of the electronic systems surrounding us are programmed to function using … Read More

Education News Roundup 27/10/16

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New teachers leaving schools, a breakthrough in autism treatment and what Brexit could mean for education.   One of the first indications of how Brexit may affect British universities emerged this week, as applications for UK universities from EU students fell by 9%, after increasing annually for the last four years. The figures for EU students for the October UCAS deadline … Read More