Primary Education

Love2Teach has over 900 Primary school teachers and tutors across the UK.  We specialise in helping younger students learn numeracy and literacy to allow them to progress through Key Stage 1-3 (KS1, KS2, KS3) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 1-3 (Nat 1, Nat 2, Nat 3) in Scotland. 

Our tutors offer everything from help with reading and writing, help with numeracy and science, and help for children with educational needs such as dyslexia.  Our tutors are there to help.

We offer lessons across most major cities and in the UK including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee in Scotland, as well as Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leicester Stoke, Newcastle and Derby. 

The process is really easy - Simply search for a tutor above using our search facility to see if we have tutors in your area.  You can then choose to look through them and arrange a lesson, or you can ask us to look through them and find the ones that best suit what you are looking for!


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About Primary Education

Primary education and elementary education is typically the first stage of formal education, coming after nursery and before secondary education

The main focus during these years includes developing a child's literacy skills through reading and writing. Alongside Mathematics where there is a focus on arithmetic, calculations, basic algebra and dealing with currency. Each country in the UK has different benchmarks to formative assess students whether it's SATS or MIDYIS. Whether the child is following the National Curriculum or in Scotland the Curriculum for Excellence.

 

 

 

Fun Facts about Primary Education

At about 18 months, a toddler is adding new words at about one every two waking hours.

By age 6, a child understands about 13,000 words (compared to an adult’s 60,000)

 

Scientists believe that even before birth, boys’ and girls’ brains develop differently—though they are quick to note that there’s no such thing as a completely male or female brain. A person’s brain is a mosaic of male and female.

 

Famous Quotes about Primary Education

"the fundamental purpose of early childhood education should be to activate the child's desire to learn" Maria Montessorii

"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." Frederick Douglass

"A child miseducated is a child lost." John F. Kennedy

"Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher" Japanese Proverb

"Children must be taught how to think, not what to think." Margaret Mead

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What our Primary students think of Love2Teach

Anna
Parent, Manchester

Our daughter has been struggling with her maths and we were worried that she was getting left behind.  We got a tutor through Love2Teach and they have been great - Our daughters confidence came back in just a week and her teacher noticed the difference in two!!

Caleb
Parent, Birmingham

Our daughters Reading and writing has improved hugely in just 3 weeks - Thanks Love2Teach and Jacob

Isman
Parent, Glasgow

My sons dyslexia meant that he needed a little more support outside of school in order to keep progressing as quickly as we wanted and we couldn't help him.  We have had Carol for almost 18 months now and I don't know what we did without her!

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