REVIEW: Online Tutoring with Cluey Learning Gets an A with Both Parents and Kids
Considering a tutor for your child? Before you post an ad on your local Facebook community page, consider thinking outside the standard educational box with Cluey Learning.
Mum Central recently asked a team of mums and kids to give Cluey Learning online tutoring a go. The service provides a unique, affordable and personal way to connect your child to the part of the curriculum giving them a hard time.
Our reviewers hailed from different states, with kids of different ages. But they all had one thing in common – the desire to help their children succeed in school.
How Cluey Learning can help
The Cluey Learning program is simple – first Cluey Learning matches a Maths or English tutor to your child through their extensive database (chemistry tuition is available too for those in secondary school). You don’t have to go anywhere to connect to the tutor – the 60 minute sessions are done via Cluey’s online learning platform.
It’s convenient, easy to use, affordable and comfortable for both parents and students, aged 8 to 17. And kids LOVE the online tools, such as real-time video and the interactive whiteboard. But what did our reviewers think of the service?
100% would recommend Cluey Learning to friends:
"It was easy to use and more fun than normal school because there were no people messing around. You actually learn stuff. I never get one-on-one time with my teacher at school like that." – Isobel, Grade 5
"I feel in the classroom situation, my son wouldn’t have grasped the information quite as well as he did in his tutoring session." – Maree, mum of Elijah, Grade 3
Not all children learn in the same way. Many kids will need a little bit of extra assistance or a different approach to being taught. This is what makes Cluey Learning stand out – they have the ability to cater to your child’s learning patterns so you can rest assured knowing they are understanding it. And that they are moving forward in their learning.
Even if your child has a hard time concentrating in class, prefers a more visual approach or works at a slower pace, the tutors at Cluey Learning can cater to these individual learning requirements.
Why Kids Love Cluey Learning:
"It’s not just for kids who are struggling, it’s also great for kids who are doing well in school just to consolidate what they are learning. The maths session really helped cement Isobel’s knowledge of what she had been taught in class. She really liked that there were no "annoying boys" mucking around and distracting the other kids and the teacher, which she says is often a problem in her classroom." – Nikki, mum of Isobel, Grade 5
It was easy to understand Nathan and he was very helpful if you got something wrong. The way you could see what they were doing on the same screen as you was very good and helped you understand what they were showing you." – Isobel, Grade 5
Here’s a typical online tutoring session – the child can see the tutor face to face while working through the lesson.
"Josh was great. He gave Brit some good advice and different ways to do things that helped her understand English grammar." – Deanne, mum of Brittany, Grade 11
"The tutor is very personable and truly engages my daughter in her lessons." – Monique, mum of Julia, Grade 3
"I found it easy to set up for him and think we probably got better results with my son doing the tutoring session in his own environment." – Maree, mum of Elijah, Grade 3
"Our experience was great, easy to log on, their email notifications and reminders are fantastic to get your prepared for your session. A wonderful safe, quick way to get someone homework done." – Deanne, mum of Brittany, Year 11
The results are in: Cluey Learning gets an A in tutoring:
Whether you’re looking for a tutor to help your child brush up or ace a ATAR score, consider Cluey Learning. Simply fill in a few details and you’re on your way to getting a personalised tutor without the high costs or complications.
I have signed her up for 3 more lessons. My daughter is enjoying the one-on-one support of her tutor. She is engaged and excited about the lessons." – Deanne, mum of Brittany, Year 11