Education Lifeguards offer online English tuition for secondary school students and adult learners. Our lessons are tailored to our learner's needs using the Ofqual assessment objectives. Students are taught the key skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening for English Language and English Literature. Our teachers provide online lessons to students in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, North America and South America. All of our teachers have a current U.K. enhanced police check and have a PGCE from an established university in the U.K. Our priority is that our learners feel safe, secure, confident and are able to make progress to become successful.
Our English teachers support students in year 7, year 8, year 9, year 10 and year 11 with English Language and Literature. Our teachers deliver lessons that align with the English National Curriculum, the Middle Years Programme, AQA GCSE, WJEC Eduqas GCSE, CAIE iGCSE, Edexcel iGCSE to name a few. Students are given a prior knowledge assessment in their free online consultation. This allows our teachers to understand what level the student is working at and what they have learned at school or homeschool. This consultation is very relaxed and gives the student the chance to ask any questions and feel prepared before they begin their online learning journey with Education Lifeguards.
Once lessons begin, students are given learning objectives, outcomes, past papers, questions and activities that are devised to support them with building their confidence and making progress in English. Students are given advice, feedback and support with their learning journey. They are asked questions to challenge them and are provided with scaffolds, model examples and mark schemes to check their understanding and progress, allowing for reflection and perfection opportunities.
Our group lessons are suitable for secondary school students, international students and homeschooled students studying the English NC and the AQA GCSE. Our one-one lessons are suitable for secondary school students and adult learners where the lessons are designed to suit their individual needs. We also support students with English as an additional language and/or additional needs. Our students' best interests are always at the heart of what we do and we may suggest a referral to our specialists (this can often result in students being given extra time in their exams or a range of any other suitable provisions).
Along with KS3 and GCSE education, we support university students with their essay structure and people who need a little extra help with their letters of application for UCAS, job application or resume.