Additional Needs Tuition
Largs, Greenock, Helensburgh and Paisley
Breaking Down the Barriers
We are all pulling in the same direction when it comes to the education of all children, because we all want our child to achieve their best.
Children come in all different shapes and sizes and along with that they have their own strengths, weakness and individual needs.
Some are more specific than others and we are able to help students that require this support with their education.
If your child is struggling in school and requires more support than they are currently receiving or you feel that there are barriers to your child's learning that are not being recognised, we can help.
Additional Support Needs
Our tutors are qualified and experienced in supporting and teaching students with:
Our tutors have experience of supporting students with other additional needs, so please ask how we can help if the challenges your child faces are not listed above.
As all of our students are on an individualised programme of study, so the learning needs of each student are kept confidential and it is only their learning programmes that are addressed during each session.
How We Support Your Child
This support is sometimes difficult for schools to offer because teachers have to cater to the needs of the majority of pupils in their class and specialist teachers are in such high demand.
At Intuition we tutor pupils in small groups (up to 4 students) and, with the help of education assistants for those that require individual support, we can ensure that your child gets the assistance they need alongside their tutoring.
As each person has different requirements, the best thing to do is give Heidi a call on 07985332008 to arrange an informal chat with one of our tutors. The tutor can then create an individual programme best suited for the needs of your child to help them reach their full potential.
'My son has benefited so much from attending the sessions – both his confidence and his level of achievement has greatly improved – so less stress at home! Thank you, Richard.’