Missing lessons could result in your child being left behind. With undue absence, it is possible for the child to forget the topic because they have not been practicing for long. Without supervision students are not motivated to do the work themselves. We appreciate if the student covers his missed lesson on any other day, whenever feasible.
When exams are imminent, missing lessons could result in disastrous results. It is the aim of ACESX to assure parents of the progress of their child as long as the child is attending on a regular basis and completing the required homework being set.
It is understood that students may from time to time take time off for holidays etc. However, parents and guardians should be aware that during times where students are close to exams, the focus should be working hard, revising and doing coursework. We find that the best results come when children attend tuition more than once a week – particularly during exam season.
Parents should be aware that success or failure of the child requires support from you too. When the student is at home it is important that you maintain an environment where the child is encouraged and supported to do their studies.
Please ensure that you communicate any concerns or issues you have with us at your earliest convenience. We aim to maintain a close relationship with students so that they are free to express their needs and concerns to us. In this way, they will be free to expand their horizons and see that they can truly achieve great results.
Help the child at home with their studies, encourage them to do their homework and revision. If the parent or child is busy on tuition day just swap the day to make sure he has his lesson. If there are any last-minute issues, please try to let us know an hour before the lesson is due to start.
Children are encouraged to ask for help if they do not understand anything. Whenever students make mistakes in their work we look upon it as an opportunity to improve and to go through the work so that they understand the correct methodology and subsequent answer.