Tutor View: Nick Dale, Putney and online

Nick Dale started tutoring for the 11-plus in 2009 after reading an article in The Daily Telegraph titled: 10 ways to beat the recession. Tutoring over 500 students, including a member of Qatari royal family, he has accumulated a database of 2,000 past exam papers.

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Tutor View – Richard Gray, founder of Crystal Tuition

Attending a creative writing class and completing a 30-minute homework task once a week can see pupils go from being average KS2 writers to writing at KS3/GCSE level, says founder of Crystal Tuition Richard Gray. 

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Tribunal finds Reading School discriminated against visually impaired child

Grammar schools in England will have to ensure their entrance exams are accessible to disabled pupils, after a legal ruling found a visually impaired boy suffered discrimination when he was refused the opportunity to take the exam, The Guardian reports.

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