Where Can I Find Primary School Tutors in Adelaide?
Welcome! You’ve come to the right place to find a primary school tutor for your son or daughter. Since 2015, LearnMate has been providing dedicated, one-on-one and group lessons to all primary school in a variety of Adelaide suburbs including in your home, a public library, school, online or anywhere else that suits you! For primary school student, we can help in English, Maths, Science and many more subjects! To begin your search, simply fill out the form above, or go here.
Who Will Be Teaching? Here’s Why We Supply The Best Primary School Tutors In Adelaide!
With a massive network size of tutors in Adelaide, your son or daughter is bound to be connected to a local tutor. However, we don’t just let anyone join our network of tutors. To become a primary school tutor with LearnMate, all tutors must possess a valid Working with Children’s Check (a card supplied by the Government), and they must also complete compulsory training. All tutors are provided with online resources and opportunities to attend frequent collaborative meet-ups with other tutors to enhance and improve their primary school tutoring abilities. Being a great primary school tutor is not just about their knowledge, but also how well the tutor engages your child and ensures they have the basics down-packed.
Do You Ensure Quality With Your Primary School Tutors in Adelaide?
Every primary school tutor in Adelaide must meet our high standards for past academic results, pass our strict training and vetting process, and carry a valid working with children check. What is this mandatory government requirement? A Working With Children Check is a requirement for people who work or volunteer in child-related work.
What Subjects Can Your Primary School Tutors in Adelaide Teach?
We’re proud to provide a variety of primary school tutors who can help your son or daughter in a variety of subjects including English, Maths, Science and more! We ensure that all tutors we provide are competent in the subject and can effectively teach your son or daughter. We also offer online tutoring for those who can’t find a local tutor in Adelaide, although with a network of over 1000 tutors you’re bound to find someone close to you.
What Type of Primary School Tutors Does LearnMate Provide in Adelaide?
We pride ourselves on only hiring the best primary school tutors around! Our tutors are about instilling self-confidence in their students to help them independently complete their assessments. When our primary school tutors teach, they not only teach but inspire students to overcome obstacles and think independently. Learn more about how LearnMate came to be here.
DID YOU KNOW? Tutoring at secondary year levels compared to primary school levels is quite different. In primary school, the teaching is about forming strong foundations for your child, to ensure when they get to high school they can competently and confidently complete more advanced subjects. In high school, tutoring can still be about building foundations, but in high school tutoring is more about advancing students’ knowledge or picking up on socialised weaknesses in their knowledge. Our primary school tutors and indeed all tutors on the LearnMate site understand that each student is different and will cater lesson plans according to your child’s needs.
All of our primary school and high school tutors go through a screening and training process to ensure we only provide you with the best tutors in Australia. All of our tutors also have valid Working With Children Checks.
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DID YOU KNOW? Some Australia states have different structures regarding primary school. Schooling in South Australia has two tiers, primary school and high school (secondary school). Primary school ranges from reception to grade 7 (5 to 12 years old), and high school covers ages 13–18. High school students in Australia are eligible to complete the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).
- it is compulsory for children to be enrolled in a school by their sixth birthday
- the start date for school for all children is the first day of Term 1
- government schools are commonly referred to as public schools
- kindergarten is the same as preschool
- in some cases more than one stage of a child’s learning may be catered for at one location
- all young people under the age of 17 are required to attend full-time schooling, training or work for at least 25 hours per week.
The three main education providers are the State Government (605 schools), Catholic Education (106 schools) and the Independent sector (94 schools). Government schools are often called State Schools or Public Schools. Non-government schools are often called Private Schools.
The South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) is awarded to students who have successfully completed their senior secondary schooling in the state of South Australia.
To get the SACE, students must gain 200 credits from a range of subjects that they take, usually over two years. 20 credits is equal to a full year subject, while 10 credits is equal to a semester long subject. There are two stages: Stage 1, which most students do in Year 11, and Stage 2, which most students do in Year 12.
There are two stages of the SACE. Students will receive a final grade from A to E for each Stage 1 subject and A+ to E- for Stage 2 subjects. For compulsory requirements, to gain their SACE they will need to achieve:
- a C grade or better at Stage 1
- a C- grade or better at Stage 2.
The compulsory requirements are: Personal Learning Plan, Literacy, Numeracy and Research Project. The remaining 90 credits can be gained through additional Stage 1 or Stage 2 subjects or Board-recognised courses (such as VET or community learning) of a student’s choice.
Did you know? SACE International is being offered in Malaysia and is effectively an almost similar programme as Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT). The difference being their examination board and course structure.
Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia. Adelaide is home to 77 percent of the South Australian population, making it the most centralised population of any state in Australia. It was ranked the most liveable city in Australia by the Property Council of Australia, based on surveys of residents’ views of their own city, between 2010 and 2013.
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