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2 - 6

SECONDARY

7 - 10

SENIOR

11 - 12

primary school tutoring adelaide

Primary, Secondary and Senior students

Private tutoring for primary school students in Adelaide

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Meet some of our 210+ expert primary school tutors

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

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Shaina

SA Teacher

Casual teacher

Mathematics: Year 3 - Year 6

English: Year 3 - Year 6

NAPLAN English: Year 3 - Year 6

NAPLAN Mathematics: Year 3 - Year 6

Shaina has a kind and encouraging approach to shy or anxious primary students, working to build their confidence and helping them to do their best.

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Ruby

SA University Student

Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Science

Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12

While she completes a Bachelor of Teaching, Ruby works as a tutor and carer at an after school program in South Australia. Her natural love of children make her a popular choice.

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Sarah

SA University Student

PHD Medicine

English: Year 7 - Year 10

After achieving honours in Psychology, Sarah is working towards her Ph. D in Medicine. In addition to her work as a secondary tutor, Sarah runs undergrad tutorials in psychology.

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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

Mathematics Year 5

The numbers skills of students in Year 5 should allow them to apply place value in digits of any number and demonstrate a more sophisticated understanding of number patterns and fractions. They are dealing with more challenging multiplication problems, including using the formal algorithm, and calculating amounts of money using percentages. Their appreciation of space and time is becoming more subtle and abstract.

The numbers skills of students in Year 5 should allow them to apply place value in digits of any number and demonstrate a more sophisticated understanding of number patterns and fractions. They are dealing with more challenging multiplication problems, including using the formal algorithm, and calculating amounts of money using percentages. Their appreciation of space and time is becoming more subtle and abstract.

The numbers skills of students in Year 5 should allow them to apply place value in digits of any number and demonstrate a more sophisticated understanding of number patterns and fractions. They are dealing with more ...
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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.

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 ...
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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.

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 ...
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English Year 6

Students build their analytical skills, gaining greater insight into the choices made by the creators of texts and how these impact readers. The focus on evaluation in the final years of the primary curriculum requires a larger technical vocabulary, greater ability to understand abstract meaning and figurative language, and to master a range of text types. Pre-essaying writing skills are consolidated in preparation for Year 7.

Students build their analytical skills, gaining greater insight into the choices made by the creators of texts and how these impact readers. The focus on evaluation in the final years of the primary curriculum requires a larger technical vocabulary, greater ability to understand abstract meaning and figurative language, and to master a range of text types. Pre-essaying writing skills are consolidated in preparation for Year 7.

... texts and how these impact readers. The focus on evaluation in the final years of the primary curriculum requires a larger technical vocabulary, greater ability to understand abstract meaning and figurative language, and ...
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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.

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. ...
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We asked some of our students near Adelaide what they thought of their tutoring sessions:

Learned A Lot
"Thank you for helping me learn new strategies so in year 4 I can apply what I have learnt to the equations. Merry Christmas :)"
Oren, Year 4 Mathematics student, Adelaide, SA
Learned A Lot
"Today i had a different tutor, he was very nice a made me learn a lot."
Jose-Maverick, Year 5 Mathematics student, Northgate, SA
Fun
"My first session was great, I enjoyed it a lot."
Kensi, Year 5 Mathematics student, Northgate, SA
Fun
"I learned a lot today and it was really fun!"
Biar, Year 5 Mathematics student, Northgate, SA
Learned A Lot
"I learned a lot and i really enjoyed today's session."
Martin, Year 5 Mathematics student, Northgate, SA

Students from schools across SA choose Cluey for private tutoring

Adelaide High School
Government Co-Ed in Adelaide SA offering U, 8-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 13:1
Mercedes College
Catholic Co-Ed in Springfield SA offering R-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 11:1
Pembroke School
Independent Co-Ed in Kensington park SA offering R-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 10:1
Prince Alfred College
Independent Boys in Kent town SA offering R-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 10:1
Scotch College
Independent Co-Ed in Torrens park SA offering R-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 10:1
Unley High School
Government Co-Ed in Netherby SA offering 8-12 with a Student to Fulltime Teacher ratio of 15:1

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