Last week, Ben Elliot and Jess Harris hosted our Q Education members launch in NYC, in conjunction with our partner A List Education. This was a really exciting step for us, and we’re looking forward to working with some of our members with more local assistance across the pond to help their children with entry […]
Quintessentially Education is delighted to announce that in conjunction with Varsity Education we are now offering Cambridge Winter College programme for 15-18 year old students for this December. The programme is for students who are looking for a challenging, academic experience, as well as admissions support for the world’s top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. All […]
Quintessentially Education’s fantastic SEN specialist shares her professional insight into the questions parents of children with special educational needs should be asking. Click here to read more.
So why become a tutor? For some, just following in the footsteps of Plato and Aristotle would be enough. After all, It is only the small people that belittle the ambitions of others. The Buddhists have a proverb that could have been tailor made for aspiring tutors – ‘If a seed will not grow, we […]
Quintessentially Education’s wonderful partner, Finito, who specialise in giving students a route to work that cannot be found elsewhere, are delighted to announce that former Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP has joined their advisory board. “I am delighted to be joining Finito,” said Nicky Morgan. “I am passionate about every young person […]
Last week, Quintessentially Education’s very own Head of Education, Jess Harris, and expert schools consultant Charles Milne, took to the skies for an exciting and jam-packed visit to China. Not letting the jet lag stop them, the team spent their first morning offering private consultations and advice to international families interested in exploring the UK […]
The ability to identify and focus on individual students’ weak areas: Private tutors will help students to identify and target the areas that they struggle with the most. This is often difficult for students to do in a classroom environment as topics are covered quickly and often teachers do not take the time to explain […]