The First Things You Need to Do if You’re Thinking about Homeschooling

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In recent years, homeschooling has gained popularity as an alternative to traditional education. Whether it’s due to a desire for a more personalized approach to learning, concerns about the school environment, or a need for flexibility, many parents are considering homeschooling for their children. If you find yourself contemplating this educational path, here are the first things you need to … Read More

Minerva’s top tips for creating a productive homeschooling environment

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Recent years have seen a rise in the popularity of homeschooling, and for good cause. It can offer a more individualised learning environment and gives parents more significant influence over their child’s education. But setting up an effective homeschooling atmosphere might be difficult. Here are some tips to guide you in creating a productive environment for your child’s homeschooling. 1. … Read More

Homeschooling in the Post-Pandemic World

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The pandemic put the spotlight on an ailing education system. It became clear that learning — just like work — was something that could be done very differently. Efficiency, flexibility and independence became the buzzwords. After a rise in both the acknowledgement and use of online resources and educational technology, homeschooling — which became a necessity and obligation for most … Read More

Why the Sports Stars of Tomorrow Homeschool With Minerva

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Introduction For children who show signs of sporting and other exceptional talents from a young age, private tuition and homeschooling can help them on their path to success whilst also ensuring fantastic academic results and qualifications. In this blog we’ll look at what justifies this kind of all-round, intensive tuition, examining why the most expensive homeschooling equals the best homeschooling, … Read More

How To Motivate Children At Home Using Expert Techniques

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Anyone who’s spent time looking after kids, in whatever capacity, knows that sometimes motivating children can be difficult.  It’s something teachers have to figure their way around each and every day.  In this blog, we’re sharing our set of expert and professional techniques to tackle laziness and help you motivate your child outside the school environment, taken from our years … Read More

10 Updated Homeschooling Tips For Lockdown 3 in 2021

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New Lockdown, New Opportunities So, we’re back in lockdown, and there’s no imminent signs of schools reopening soon. Fresh homeschooling tips – to keep young learners happy, motivated and progressing – are needed now more than ever. A new lockdown – looking firmly on the bright side – can mean new learning opportunities. We all have something on our side, … Read More

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 to Start Homeschooling If You’re Working from Home

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Making the leap might seem scary, but we’re here to break down how to start homeschooling your kids with an expert’s blog about busting out from the confines of the classroom It’s a fact: the opportunities for educating our kids have changed for good. 2020 has opened up all sorts of possibilities regarding alternative types of schooling, and that little … Read More

What Is a Homeschooling Support Tutor and How Can They Help?

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With more and more parents turning to homeschooling, a “Support Tutor” could be just the solution to educate your child at home without breaking the bank Post-COVID, homeschooling is less the preserve of privilege but a widely spoken about service. In fact, many parents won’t have even considered a tutor until faced with the challenges of the past nine months. … Read More