What Year do you teach?

KS1, KS2, KS3 & KS4, GCSEs & A-levels.

What abilities do you care for?

KBM Tutors isn’t just for students who aren’t performing well in Maths and English; we also work with high achievers. Whatever level your child is at, our individualised approach to learning needs will bring out true potential.

What does it cost?

Please visit our fees section from the main menu and click on the relevant category.

What’s happen if my child got sick or cannot attend the lesson?

Let us know as soon as possible. We’ll cancel your child’s tutoring session for that day and schedule a make-up session during the school holidays.

What are the lesson times?

We try to be flexible and accommodating because your child might have other after-school activities that can’t be shifted. Monday to Friday, our centres open after school and run a series of two-hour tutoring sessions. Teaching usually starts at 4:30 but may vary from centre to centre. Let us know the days and times that work best for you. We start tutoring from 4:30 pm on weekdays and 10 am on weekends.

How long do we need to come for?

Each student attends tuition for 2 hours for each subject.

Will my child receive homework?

Yes, there’s homework, although it’s not time-consuming. Homework sheets match the topic your child is working on and help new facts and skills to move from short-term memory to long-term memory. For best results, we recommend you encourage your child to complete homework sheets.

What happens in the initial assessment session?

The assessment session allows parents and their children to view the centre in action. The session lasts approximately one hour, during which time your child will be introduced to the Stars Learning team and initially assessed for their working levels by one of the tutors. It will also be a chance for you to discuss your child’s requirements in depth and establish your goals in order to enable the team to begin to tailor work.

Does KBM Tutors work alongside what my child learning at school?

Yes. KBM Tutors curriculum is aligned to the National Curriculum. The tutors are trained to teach using Curriculum approved teaching methods to ensure that the children have consistency with how they learn at school. This means that your child can always take the skills that they have learned at KBM Tutors back into the classroom.

What is the ratio of children’s to tutors?

At KBM Tutors we work on a ratio of four to one. This means that one tutor works with a maximum of four children who are all working on their own individual programmes. We feel that this creates a good balance of support for the children whilst encouraging them to work independently to help gain confidence back in the classroom.

Do you offer 1-1 or Group lesson?

We offer options of both. Group lessons consist of four students per teacher.

Do you have qualified tutors?

All our tutors are fully qualified to teach the lessons they cover. Some of our tutors are qualified teachers teach at schools and others are trained tutors highly qualified in their field. All tutors receive regular training to ensure top quality teaching is provided to our students.

How do you monitor my children progress?

Every week we set Tests for our students which are tailored to include all the topics they have studied in the previous sessions. This continuous assessment ensures your child stays in the right class suited to their level and will allow you to see for yourself the progress they are making. We use progress monitoring book to track student progress.

What measures do you take to ensure my children Health & Safety?

KBM Tutors has number of first aid trained and fire safety trained staff. We maintain strict regulations of child well-being and health and safety.
If you have any further questions, contact us today and a member of our team will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Whether your child is taking the Year-2 or Year-6 SATs we are committed to supporting them to tackle them without any fear.

Every Lesson is supporting your child towards their SATs exam

Our maths and English programmes are organised based on school curriculum, so your child will be practicing the topics and skills that they need in each and every session that they spend with us. Regular attendance must be require in order to ensure the best outcome out of every session. We also have a range of practice papers written by our educational experts to help children prepare for the types of questions they’ll face in the exam hall.

Beyond the SATs

Remember, the SATs are fleeting but the biggest challenge your child will face is the transition up to Key Stage 2 or secondary school. We work with children all the way up to GCSE.