Benefits of Tutoring
Tutoring can be beneficial in many ways. Here are some of the benefits.
- Provides personalized attention
- Improves grades
- Increases knowledge and understanding of subjects
- Increases motivation to succeed
- Provides intensive practice
- Allows progress at own pace
- Leads to better use of study time
- Improves self-esteem and confidence
- Encourages higher levels of learning
- Reduces competition
- Provides praise, feedback, and encouragement
- Provides review of skills not mastered but no longer taught
We provide tutoring services in the following NSW Board of Studies subjects
High School: Year 7 - Year 12
Standard, Advanced and Extension
General, 2 Unites and Extensions
Kindergarten - Year 6
What subjects your children can get extra help with?English includes writing
Learning in Kindergarten to Year 6 focuses on six key learning areas (KLAs):
English includes writing
Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
Human Society and Its Environment
The HSC courses at Spii Tuition are renowned for teaching students critical thinking skills to master difficult exam questions. HSC courses cover all the topics prescribed by the NSW Education Department. We strive to deliver the very best to ensure that the gate of HSC is only the beginning of your successful and prosperous future.
We cater for almost all Major subjects taught in schools as listed below:
English - Standard, Advance, Ext 1 & 2
Maths - General, 2 Unit, Ext 1 & 2
History - Modern & Ancient
We are the only centre known for training the staff internally to suit our style of teachings, all our Tutors are knowledgeable in HSC content & can explain topics in a clear and understandable manner. They know how to improve your skillsets in all key areas.
All resources are specially developed by HSC Academic Experts and exclusive to Spii Tuition. All our students receive a full set of subject materials which complement the classroom learning.
We have a structured learning system that covers the entire Board of Studies Syllabus, and our resources are updated and reviewed every year to ensure it’s relevant to the students learning needs – including changes to the new National Curriculum.
Selective OC Test
Gifted and Talented Selective OC and NAPLAN
Next Selective High School Test will be conducted on the morning of 12th March 2019! We help students from a range of schools and backgrounds to prepare for Selective School entrance exams in New South Wales, SEAL, scholarship tests, entry tests for private schools and other similar tests. Subjects include English, Mathematics, General Ability, and Written Expression.
Selective High School Placement Test is an ability test which can differentiate accurately between students of very high ability. It is rare for any candidate to score full marks in any of its components.
The test is developed by an external test development company under contract to the Department of Education. It is a secure test and, apart from the sample test papers which have been published online, tests are not made public before or after the test session. The test does not usually contain any questions used in previous years. Parents are responsible to apply with BOSTES for the selective test exam in year 5.
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With only 8 Students per class. The Selective High School Placement Test is designed to measure ability rather than mastery of the school curriculum, Students sit three multiple-choice tests in:
Reading (45 questions)
Mathematics (40 questions)
General ability (60 questions).
Forty minutes are allowed for each test. The fourth test is a writing test which is 20 minutes long. But we Solve Your Problem!
It is difficult for students and parents to prepare for this examinations. Due to the competitive nature of these tests, it is essential to set up regular practice sessions to improve children's skills gradually. Parents need as much guidance in this area as they can possibly get.
Until Now, this guidance and support was not easy to come by!
We help students prepare for Opportunity Class (OC) in New South Wales for entry into Year 5 and 6.
Writing and General Ability.
Successful students attend the opportunity class training for the duration of Years 3 and 4 to gain a place in an opportunity class. It is a two-year training program. In the majority of cases, students who chose to excess some training class prior to this test has a better chance of getting into this placements.
Parents are responsible for booking the exam with BOSTES
More About OC test
Our tests contain 35 questions that are to be completed within 40 minutes.
All tests contain questions in Mathematics, General Ability and Reading Comprehension
The tests are modelled after the NSW Opportunity Class (OC) Test.
These tests can be used, not only by NSW students but by students in all Australian states that are preparing their children for curriculum at this level.
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Competitive and fun learning environment students
Practice and learn at your own speed
Ample timed tests, with tons of questions
Answer Strategies easily explain concepts Monitor your progress over time Build confidence for the real test
When should I sign-up?
Given the competitiveness of the entrance examination, students often begin preparation well in advance. For the Year 7 test, most students begin while they are in grade 5. For the Year 5 test, students often begin in grade 4.
There are less than six months left to prepare, is it too late for me to get started?
No! While many students begin preparation a year in advance, successful students have begun with much less time. Selective Tests will help you use your time efficiently by helping you identify areas to focus on. Any help is a Great Help!
We offer tutoring and coaching services for all subjects for students in Years K-12 including Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Selective School and lots more!
We strive to understand how each student learns. Are they analytically minded, or are they more visual requiring tangible examples?
The result is that students are more comfortable and tend to advance more quickly because they enjoy the individual learning process, Parents are invited in the office to discuss the needs and progress of students.
All Primary school students take a weekly feedback report so parents are up t date with their children's progress.
Each year, Australian students in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 are required to sit for the NAPLAN test.
The test is aimed to examine general abilities in reading, writing, spelling, and numeracy in order to ensure whether students across Australia are meeting national literacy and numeracy standards.
When we help students prepare for the NAPLAN test, we don’t just help them get all the answers right and get good scores, we also help them to develop important problem solving skills that are applicable throughout their education.
If you are interested in finding out more about the NAPLAN test, or if you would like to discuss ways in which you and your child can prepare for the test, please feel free to Contact Us
All day Naplan training is available on Saturdays from 9.00am to 3:30pm