JK’s Next Free Talk for Parents
WHEN SHOULD YOU AND SHOULDN’T YOU TUTOR YOUR CHILD?
TUESDAY, 30TH APRIL 2019
8 – 10pm
Ever wondered whether you should tutor your child?
Or under what circumstances is it a good idea?
Do you worry you are being too pushy?
This free talk will discuss when tutoring gives value and should be encouraged, but we will also give examples of when it should not be used. We will examine in detail the right and wrong circumstances for tutoring.
The talk will include information that is not made publicly available elsewhere, plus the opportunity to ask questions that apply to your own circumstances.
To book free tickets for this invaluable talk, please go to our Eventbrite page.
The talk will take place at our offices:
The Brentano Suite, Lyttelton House
2 Lyttelton Road
London, N2 0EF
JK Educate co-founders Lorrae Jaderberg and Katie Krais, have invaluable hands-on knowledge and experience as school leaders, Sencos and senior teachers. Based on their many years of experience in education, Lorrae and Katie help parents guide their children through the fundamental stages of school life.
As part of this service, they deliver free talks for parents regarding key aspects of education and they have a very exciting programme of new talks planned for the new academic year. All talks will run from 8-10pm and will be held at the JK Educate offices: The Brentano Suite, Lyttelton House, 2 Lyttelton Road London N2 0EF.
FULL JK TALKS PROGRAMME FOR 2018-19
APRIL – WHEN SHOULD YOU AND SHOULDN’T YOU TUTOR YOUR CHILD?
Tutoring is not for everyone! This talk will discuss when it gives value and should be encouraged and will also give examples of when it should not be used.
JUNE – GL VS CEM EXAM BOARDS
Discussing the differences between these two types of Examinations and how best to prepare for them.
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HERE ARE SOME COMMENTS FROM PARENTS WHO ATTENDED RECENT TALKS:
“Very informative and beneficial. Very confident speakers with a wealth of knowledge and experience.”
“Really good talk. Helped me to understand the testing process and how the 11+ system works.”
“Really useful; thank you very much. I look forward to attending more talks.”
“Enjoyed the talk, but also a little bit scared of the 11+ and the preparation involved in this with the level of competition.”
“Thank you for a great session. Lots of great actionable info I can take away and implement. We will be in touch for your help soon.”
“Very well presented. Dynamic. Was excellent.”
“Impressed with the presenters’ knowledge!”