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PRIMARY

2 - 6

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7 - 10

SENIOR

11 - 12

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Primary, Secondary and Senior students

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Meet some of our 790+ expert primary school tutors

Our tutors are all qualified teachers, exceptional ATAR achievers or experts in their respective fields.

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Aaron

Dundas

NSW University Student

Mathematics: Year 6 - Year 12

Aaron is currently completing a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Science. His attention to detail and relatability make him a popular tutor with shy or struggling students.

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Jacquelyn

Seabrook

VIC University Student

Mathematics: Year 3 - Year 6

English: Year 3 - Year 6

Jacquelyn boasts over six years of private tutoring experience and is particularly popular as a NAPLAN prep coach. She supports students with an encouraging and informed approach.

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Joanna

Eastwood

NSW University Student

English: Year 5 - Year 10

Currently in the last year of her degree, Wen has already amassed teaching experience and looks forward to sharing her love for English literature and history with her students.

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Some of the subjects we cover

Each subject is covered using a learning program that contains all the content you need and is led by your personally matched tutor

English Year 2

In Year 2, students are developing their reading skills and using a range of strategies to recognise and decode words. They are learning to understand the range of purposes and audiences for spoken and written language and also learning to create their own texts for specific purposes and audiences. They are also learning to reflect on and assess their own writing and that of others.

In Year 2, students are developing their reading skills and using a range of strategies to recognise and decode words. They are learning to understand the range of purposes and audiences for spoken and written language and also learning to create their own texts for specific purposes and audiences. They are also learning to reflect on and assess their own writing and that of others.

... . They are learning to understand the range of purposes and audiences for spoken and written language and also learning to create their own texts for specific purposes and audiences. They are also learning to reflect on ...
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Mathematics Year 6

In addition to tackling a more challenging array of questions, Year 6 students recognise that numbers can be positive or negative, apply the rules for the order of operations, add and subtract decimals in real-life contexts and learn to use a Cartesian plane. Greater ability to think about the practical application of mathematical rules enables students to understand and represent data in more sophisticated ways.

In addition to tackling a more challenging array of questions, Year 6 students recognise that numbers can be positive or negative, apply the rules for the order of operations, add and subtract decimals in real-life contexts and learn to use a Cartesian plane. Greater ability to think about the practical application of mathematical rules enables students to understand and represent data in more sophisticated ways.

... array of questions, Year 6 students recognise that numbers can be positive or negative, apply the rules for the order of operations, add and subtract decimals in real-life contexts and learn to use a Cartesian ...
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English Year 3

Students learn about complex language features, varied sentence structures and expand their vocabulary. Over the year they also learn a significant number of new high-frequency sight words and words that need to be decoded phonically, and a range of punctuation conventions, as well as an understanding of how literary devices, illustrations and diagrams make meaning in printed text. They create a range of written texts of their own for various purposes and audiences.

Students learn about complex language features, varied sentence structures and expand their vocabulary. Over the year they also learn a significant number of new high-frequency sight words and words that need to be decoded phonically, and a range of punctuation conventions, as well as an understanding of how literary devices, illustrations and diagrams make meaning in printed text. They create a range of written texts of their own for various purposes and audiences.

... punctuation conventions, as well as an understanding of how literary devices, illustrations and diagrams make meaning in printed text. They create a range of written texts of their own for various purposes and audiences.
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English Year 4

Students learn about complex language features, varied sentence structures and expand their vocabulary. Their reading fluency increases, with greater ability to recognise high-frequency sight words and decode unfamiliar words phonically. Their own texts demonstrate progressive control over language for meaning and effect.

Students learn about complex language features, varied sentence structures and expand their vocabulary. Their reading fluency increases, with greater ability to recognise high-frequency sight words and decode unfamiliar words phonically. Their own texts demonstrate progressive control over language for meaning and effect.

... Their reading fluency increases, with greater ability to recognise high-frequency sight words and decode unfamiliar words phonically. Their own texts demonstrate progressive control over language for meaning and effect.
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English Year 5

Students learn about text structures and encounter new and more complex language features. Students read and analyse texts containing complex sequences, non-stereotypical characters and events that may shift in time. They create a range of texts in which they can apply their understanding of textual construction and theme to consolidate increasing control of language.

Students learn about text structures and encounter new and more complex language features. Students read and analyse texts containing complex sequences, non-stereotypical characters and events that may shift in time. They create a range of texts in which they can apply their understanding of textual construction and theme to consolidate increasing control of language. The second year of NAPLAN provides insight into individual progress and areas for particular support or extension.

... their understanding of textual construction and theme to consolidate increasing control of language. The second year of NAPLAN provides insight into individual progress and areas for particular support or extension.
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"Thanks for teaching me every day so helpful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Kiyaan, English student, Karrinyup, WA

Students from schools across Australia choose Cluey for private tutoring

Canberra Grammar School
Independent Co-Ed in Red hill ACT offering K-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 11:1
James Ruse Agricultural High School
Government Co-Ed in Carlingford NSW offering 7-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 14:1
Sydney Boys High School
Government Boys in Surry hills NSW offering 7-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 15:1
Darwin High School
Government Co-Ed in The gardens NT offering U, 10-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 13:1
Brisbane State High School
Government Co-Ed in South brisbane QLD offering 7-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 15:1
Adelaide High School
Government Co-Ed in Adelaide SA offering U, 8-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 13:1
Mount Carmel College
Catholic Co-Ed in Sandy bay TAS offering Prep-10 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 14:1
Scotch College
Independent Boys in Hawthorn VIC offering Prep-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 9:1
Newman College
Catholic Co-Ed in Churchlands WA offering PP-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 14:1

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