Any subject at any level. Juno has the right tutor for your child. At Juno we believe there is no such thing as a bad student, just a student learning in the wrong way for them.
This is a problem that teachers in the classroom can’t resolve. Classroom teaching can’t cater to every student’s pace, so some students find it too slow or too fast for them.Read More +
Juno’s 1-1 tuition will ensure that your child is not bored or left behind and will help them find genuine interest in subjects they may have struggled with in the past. The goal of Junos tuition is to ensure each of our students enjoy learning, find methods to retain knowledge and learn how to learn.
From personality to interests, academic level to the issues faced, we select tutors for our students taking into account a number of factors. Whether your child is struggling at school, lacking in motivation or simply struggling to enjoy specific subject or is a high achiever needing a slight push over the line into A* territory, we have a tutor suitable for them.
All of our tutors are highly qualified in their area of expertise, with years of experience helping students make excellent progress. We provide online, face-to-face tutoring and live-in tutors.Read More +
Key Stage 2 covers years 3 – 6 (ages 7 to 11) and Key Stage 3 covers years 7 – 9 (ages 11 to 14). These are some of the most vital years in a child’s education and we help them develop confidence in their academic ability.
For schools with a selective intake at age 11, Juno’s educators can advise and cover all aspects of 11+ entrance exams, whether they are set by an examination board or an individual school.
Our tutors will help your child gain confidence and use effective strategies to get ahead in their studies, whether they are studying Key Stage 3, preparing for common entrance exams, or are revising for their GCSEs.
Juno tutors cover all aspects of the GCSE and IGCSE curriculums. We will ensure your child has the right GCSE focussed tuition to progress into A-Level or IB study.
Juno offers both A-Level and IB subject tuition and covers all areas of the curriculum in accordance with your child’s needs.
There are various subject-specific tests required for some university applications, such as TSA, BMAT, UKCAT, LNAT, MAT, STEP, HAT, etc. Our tutors have first-hand experience both in having prepared students for these tests and having taken them themselves.
Our tutors support those pursuing BA/BSc degrees with their academic writing and subject knowledge. Tutors take on a mentoring role - supporting students in developing their ideas to attain top marks in their assessments.
Our tutors prepare students for the Independent Schools Examination Board test, a common pre-test taken between years 6 and 7 assessing academic ability for senior school entry.
Our tutors cover both academic and English language components of the UKiset, an assessment designed for students applying to UK schools with English as a second language.
Our ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers are qualified teachers of English as a foreign language (TEFL). They can help students develop their English ability to the academic standard required for school or university application.
Our tutors help international students prepare and pass the International English Language Testing System, a standardised test of English language proficiency. It is often a prerequisite in applications to British schools and universities.
We offer short-term or longer-term live-in tutors for families who would like more support, are living abroad, or are embarking on a period of extended travel.
Our team are trained and experienced in supporting children and young people with special educational needs and disability: ASD, ADHD, PDA, ODD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, partially visually impaired, fully/partially physically impaired, partially hearing impaired, global developmental delay, Williams syndrome, Proteus syndrome, Acquired brain injury (ABI), Cerebral palsy, and Foetal alcohol syndrome.
Tuition can be delivered online and/or in person depending on your family’s needs.
We cover all subjects from Year 3 to 13. This includes the core subjects of maths and English, a wide range of musical instruments and languages. We also cater to adult learners such as those looking to better their English for business. Please get in touch if you have a special requirement.Which SEND do you support?+
We have specially trained SEND educators who can support those with: dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ASD (including non-verbal), ADHD, visually-impairments, hearing-impairments, and speech-impairments.How do you support those with SEND?+
We work with experienced educators with specialised training in supporting children with SEND. The majority of our SEND educators are current or former teachers holding a QTS (qualified teacher status) or a Master’s in special education.