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We provide professional online Tutoring in English, Maths and Science

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We provide professional online Tutoring in English,

Maths and Science


Improve tuition offers professional online tutoring in English, maths and

science to school age children in the St Louis. Established in 2007, we have

developed a reputation amongst parents and school teachers to offer

English and math tutoring which allows pupils to excel at all ages from 5 to

19 years.

 

Our ethos at Improve is to make learning fun, stimulating and supportive so

that children are encouraged to develop self-esteem enabling each child to

try their personal best.  It is this self-worth which allows children to eventually

develop independence in learning and move ahead of learning.

 

We employ specialist’s tutors, for different ages. A key feature of our tuition

is to keep up to date of all the curriculum changes to ensure what we teach

is what the school requires. We develop a strong relationship with schools

to help us develop links.

 

Our online tutors are selected not only on academic achievement but

personality. Our tutors are nurtured to create a pleasant, fun friendly

atmosphere which allows maximum learning. Tuition occurs from your home

in St Louis, all you need is a PC, headset and internet connection.

 

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Our friendly knowledgeable online staff are here to help so if you have any

concerns about your child’s performance at school and want to offer the

gift of a brighter future then fill in the contact form or email us now on

info@improvetuition.org. Our tutoring programmes allows every student to

realise their full learning potential, something which large classrooms are

not able to offer.