primary school tutoring hurstville
Private tutoring for primary school students in Hurstville
Highly skilled tutors that are friendly, patient and relatable.
Quality content designed by education professionals in English, Maths and Chemistry.
Delivered face-to-face online - so you can relax at home while they learn.
Meet some of our 1,625+ expert primary school tutors
Our tutors are all qualified teachers, exceptional ATAR achievers or experts in their respective fields.
NSW University Student
Mathematics: Year 7 - Year 12
Chemistry HSC: Year 7 - Year 12
Clarice is studying Medical Science at the University of Sydney. As a tutor, she specialises in supporting Chemistry and Mathematics students. Her ability to break down complex topics into manageable ?chunks? makes her a popular tutor.
NSW University Student
English: Year 7 - Year 10
Emma is completing a Bachelor of Secondary Education and recently returned from teaching overseas. She loves utlising her knowledge to help her students realise their potential.
NSW University Student
Mathematics: Year 3 - Year 10
English: Year 3 - Year 10
Cherre completed her Higher School Certificate in 2019, achieving an ATAR of 94.35, going on to commence her Bachelor of Music (Musical Education) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. She has been tutoring year 7 and 12 students in English and has previously tutored year 6 English and Mathematics. Cherre has a strong passion for teaching and aspires to help students improve and achieve the results they desire. She loves the idea of passing on her knowledge to the next generation of students in their relevant fields of study and can adapt her teaching strategies and approaches according to the needs of the student.
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
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.
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.
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.
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 learn operations with numbers that include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. They develop greater multiplication skills by learning times tables. They work with measurements of length and area, volume and capacity, mass and time, identify 2D and 3D space and angles and start graphing statistics in simple graphs.
Students learn operations with numbers that include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. They develop greater multiplication skills by learning times tables. They work with measurements of length and area, volume and capacity, mass and time, identify 2D and 3D space and angles and start graphing statistics in simple graphs. Students are starting to learn the appropriate mathematical terminology to explain their problem-solving strategies.
We asked some of our students near Hurstville what they thought of their tutoring sessions:
"its because you encouraged me for doing my best . "
"I learnt about the introduction elements of a story. "
"we started to read a new book about space :) "
"so,i used some mental strategies and i think luke was encorauging me to do some things "
"BECAUSE I LEARNED A LOT,I WAS HAPPY AND ENJOYED.I LOVE MY TUITION. "
Students from schools across NSW choose Cluey for private tutoring
Here’s what parents and students around Australia are saying about Cluey Learning:
Very happy with cluey
Daughter is struggling with year 3 maths I turned to cluey for help and now the daughter has more confidence in herself and I can see her understanding of maths greatly improving.
Okiemute A.Sydney, NSW
Cluey has provided us with a convenient way for our year 4 son to build confidence in Maths and English. His tutors are so patient and understanding and reports are received almost immediately his session ends.
Had a trial session for my daughter for Year 3 English. Good platform with well developed contents. Tutor was very confident with the subject and made the session highly interactive and engaging. My daughter enjoyed the session and looking forward to the next session.
So far so good
My daughter who is in year 5, has had three 1-1 remote lessons with an English and maths teacher.Both teachers appear very knowledgeable. My daughter is once again excited about learning and feels more confident as a result of these lessons. The online platform the kids use during the session is intuitive and ease to use. The feedback sent after the lesson is great to ensure parents are across what was done during the lesson.
Great learning experience
We have been using Cluey for over 2 months now for my kid who is in Year 4. We have opted for 1-to-1 sessions for English only for the time being.
My son is in year 3 and struggles with his reading and therefore is finding school a challenge. His tutor is so patient and encouraging with him and I am amazed that he will sit and focus for the whole hour. He is not getting frustrated when trying to figure out the tricky words and finishes each lesson happy and proud of his achievements.
My son has had 3 sessions with Cluey for Year 6/7 English torturing. The lessons are well structured and the tutor is knowledgeable about the subject and flexible with specific learning needs and also very encouraging. It's costly but so far the experience has been great.
Our report card is in and feedback is positive
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