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  • How do you decide upon the learning focus of your small group lessons?
    We like to decide upon our main lessons based on the children's needs and family's interests. Literacy is a recommended focus of the professionally taught sessions and is structured to advance skills in both reading and writing. Numeracy or Maths lessons are also an important regular focus for pre-school, primary and high school age students. We run dedicated 8 week sessions for School Readiness, Transition to High School, Study Skills, Homework Hub and Learning to Homeschool for parents, including day sessions, night classes and over the holiday periods. Importantly, we also take feedback from parents and carers and design lessons according to needs and interests. We have a variety of qualified teachers on hand. Therefore, drama, specialist and music lessons are not beyond our scope and can meet NSW Educational Standards or other curriculum goals which your child is working towards.
  • Does it matter if we skip a class?
    It’s important to commit to classes upon enrolment, however sometimes students become ill, or family absences are required. Please email through the website or send a text message to the mobile number provided, to give notice before 8am on the day of the lesson if your child is sick and to let us know that your child will miss a session. We then can cancel the tutor and arrange a make up lesson. Unfortunately, families are not exempt from fees for absences, however, we will attempt to assist you with a free makeup session to account for the fee paid. This includes for genuine emergencies where a person may be unable to give adequate notice. If late or no notice is given, and the tutor has already incurred travel fees, there is a 50% cancellation fee of the total lesson price that is applied and no make up lesson is arranged. An additional lesson can be re-booked at full price if requested.
  • How do you select your one to one tutors?
    All EWE tutors are carefully selected as like-minded, professional educators, trained, caring and knowledgable. We share the same values, as do all our family members. Certain optional add-on classes, such as Catechism, are taught by dedicated, retired professional teacher volunteers, but do not attract an additional fee (except for resources used). All EWE tutors hold Working with Children Registrations and/or NESA accredited teachers. We screen out tutors for quality assurance by receiving regular feedback from families. We engage tutors in multiple areas to meet the needs within your community and to enable us to deliver Extraordinary Care Packages during lockdown.
  • Must we be registered with Homeschool Education NSW to attend Eagle's Wing Education?
    No. One-on-one sessions are available as we cater to general school students, before or after school hours. These sessions can be face to face or via Zoom. Small group revision, study skills, supervised homework and literacy/numeracy skill classes are allavailable after school, where interest and numbers allow. These include our popular 'Progress in Reading' sessions. Generally, small group day sessions are suitable to children enrolled with Home Education NSW, who want to complement their home schooling progress.
  • How do I register with Home Education New South Wales?
    NESA is our legal governing body for home educating our children in NSW. All students require an individual yearly plan. See templates and examples on their official site: If you need help with your plan, we can assist with consultations and resources to help you write your plan. We also offer homeschool seminars or information meetings to help you get started if you have no idea where to begin.
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