Secondary English Tuition Online

How will Intuition help my S1,S2 or S3 child build on the basics?


Your child will have learned their basic literacy skills in primary school; once these foundations are in place, they are ready to build on these skills that will be needed in their exam years. During English sessions in S1-S3 your child will learn to:

  • study and appreciate literature through close reading.
  • create and produce their own written texts.
  • listen to other people and speak to a group with confidence.




How it works?


Every child is at their own unique stage in their learning journey.  Your child's tutor will take the time to find out exactly where they have reached so far and if there are any gaps in their basic skills that must be sorted out first of all.  Once these gaps have been filled, the tutor will help your child in areas such as:


  • reading for understanding, analysis and evaluation
  • writing, sentence construction and grammar
  • comprehension
  • critical reading
  • persuasive writing
  • essay planning & structure, use of sentences, paragraphs etc.

Your child will receive:

  • weekly, face-to-face sessions via Zoom with their tutor.
  • your child and their tutor will work on interactive shared documents, which they can both work on in real time, allowing the tutor to immediately identify any issues as they may arise.
  • a homework task which will reinforce that week's learning and build your child's skills in this area.


Our online face-to-face Secondary School English tuition will help your child or teenager become more confident in their skills and improve their grades. Our tutors cover the Scottish Curriculum and are registered and approved by Disclosure Scotland. 



To find out how our online secondary school English tuition will help your child, call Heidi on 07985 332008 and remember,

the first session is free.



Owen S1

'When my son had tuition sessions with Richard. His comment was...'' that was brilliant!''

Thank you for not only helping, but for making it fun.'

Mr G, Owen's Dad, Eaglesham