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What do our students think of our tutors?

By progressive-admin / February 10, 2017 / 0 Comments

Due to some issues when he was young, Jacob found his early school years a struggle. At the beginning of 2016, we appointed Michael to help tutor Jacob trough year 9. This is the text of a letter written and sent by Jacob to Michael in December. Dear Michael When I first was introduced to […]

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Family Vacation Out Of Reach?

By progressive-admin / October 28, 2016 / 0 Comments

Here are 6 reasons to embrace long weekends for family travel. Summer’s long gone, and my family’s feeling it. We’re embedded in the school year with its homework and activities and bedtimes and shorter days. We’re already feeling the strain that comes with keeping the plates spinning. Our best antidote is to get outta Dodge. There’s a […]

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Stuck for interesting ideas to feed your kids in the morning to get them going before school?

By progressive-admin / October 21, 2016 / 0 Comments

Try this School Morning Breakfast Burrito Recipe School mornings can be crazy! On top of trying to get everyone up and ready and to school on time, there’s breakfast to think about. Luckily, making something healthy and filling and wholesome does not have to take forever! These simple and delicious ham and veggie breakfast burritos can […]

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Children and Hydration

By progressive-admin / October 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Our bodies are made up of approximately 70 per cent water. Water has many important functions in the body, including; regulating your body’s temperature, digesting food and excreting waste.  Your body loses water throughout the day when you sweat, breathe and urinate. It is important to replace the water you have lost to prevent yourself […]

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‘How was school today?’ ‘OK.’

By progressive-admin / September 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

Every afternoon, parents across Australia get the same frustrating one-word answer. Here are some ideas to get your child talking about school. Why talking about school is hard? ‘‘How was school today” is a big question. To answer, your child has to sum up a whole day, and that’s hard for kids (and even grown-ups!) […]

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WA kids from age 4 getting home tutors for literacy and numeracy

By progressive-admin / September 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

WA kids from age 4 getting home tutors for literacy and numeracy CLAIRE BICKERS, Education Reporter, PerthNow August 28, 2016 12:00am WA children as young as four are being sent to tutors to ensure their literacy, numeracy and fine motor skills are up to scratch before preschool.   Kamini Muthukumaru has turned to tutor classes […]

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Prepare For The Key Years At School – Year 7

By progressive-admin / February 12, 2016 / 0 Comments

As your child progresses through school there will be challenges to deal with, particularly during those watershed terms. Being aware will prepare you for the tasks ahead and keep you ahead of the game. Friendships become an important part of the emerging teenager’s life and issues around popularity, social media and romantic relationships will surface. […]

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Easing Back Into School

By progressive-admin / February 2, 2016 / 0 Comments

How to beat first day nerves: Practise routines a week before school starts. Get lunches ready the night before if possible and check bags for notes and health information. Make sure children get a good night’s sleep. Minimise anxiety by showing children their classroom and where the toilets are. Establish a relationship with other parents […]

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