Easter Intensives – Online Tutoring
Eliminating the risks of COVID-19 transmission that are present in face-to-face teaching, our online school allows pupils to follow their learning pathway. Students work through self-study materials at a pace that suits them, studying in small classes with lessons carefully tailored to their needs. Every individual pupil is seen and heard, and no one is left behind. We believe that this approach is also suited those families choosing to home-school their children.
With home-schooling firmly in mind, we give our pupils every opportunity to participate in and respond to our educational content, giving them time to reflect on topics so that they can give deeper responses when answering questions.
Our pupils work alongside classmates from a range of different cultures, broadening their understanding of these cultures.
For parents and carers, we provide unprecedented visibility of their children’s education, with real-time access to their performance in their studies.
Online learning also allows our students to develop self-discipline skills, which are invaluable preparation for life outside the school environment and for further education.
Our home-schooling prices for our online group sessions (i.e. 2-5 children) are £5 per child per hour. The minimum booking per child that can be made is for 5 hours at £25. This equates to 1 hour a day of tuition/activities over a 5 day week. You can also book 10 hours a week (i.e. 2 hours a day of tuition/activities) at £50.
For our Easter and Summer Intensives, our rate is £50 for a two hour session per day. For more details, contact Amber at email@example.com
Our one to one tuition rates are £25 per hour.
As we are OFSTED registered, you might be eligible for government assistance with the fees. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
Attached Stay Connected (SC)
Attached Stay Connected (SC) is based in Rochdale. We provide 1-2-1 and small group support for children with speech and language delay and their families at flexible times to accommodate individual family needs. FREE 15 minute telephone consultation.
We aim to help remove one of the biggest barriers to learning and development-language delay to help children enjoy and achieve as they grow and learn to become responsible adults with better chances of achieving positive outcomes in life.
We support children 0-5 years and their families. We provided a variety of services at different times in different settings to accommodate as many people as possible. We offer small group interventions with children and their parents/carers, one-to-one sessions at our base or locations more suitable or familiar to your child (including at home, nursery or school). We work flexibly and as such we offer evening and some weekend appointments to accommodate working parents/carers.
We also put on special events for the family and the community to come together, meet new people, experience different cultures and support one another; so that people know that they are not facing their challenges alone.
Here’s the link to our Rhyme Time Session with Attached Stay Connected (SC), https://www.facebook.com/akwasc
Focus Group Project
‘You can have your say for stroke right now.
We’re asking people affected by stroke, including close friends and family who are supporting stroke survivors, and health and social care professionals in stroke to choose their most important unanswered questions about stroke.
During March to August 2020, over 1400 people told us their questions about stroke. We had about 4000 questions, which were grouped to make a much shorter list by bringing together those that are the same
You can look at the list of unanswered questions and tell us which can make the biggest difference to the lives of people affected by stroke. This can help focus research to answer the questions that can make the biggest change for people affected by stroke.
Go to www.stroke.org.uk/jla to have your say for stroke. And help us spread the word.
The survey will close in mid-March so take the chance to have your say right now.’
You can sign post to our webpages www.stroke.org.uk/jla, as well as the video and animation on YouTube, and our pages on the JLA website.