Raise your child's academic attainment with 2KickStartU

At 2KickStartU we believe education and consistent progress is the key to a bright future.  

If you have landed on this page, it's clear that you are a parent who has an unyielding passion to provide your child with whatever it takes to ensure that they can be all that they can be. Whilst we have the ultimate goal in our minds to instil a hunger in our children to do well in school, our modern day lifestyles combined with the ever changing curriculums can make us parents feel at a bit of a loss in finding the time or knowing exactly how to help our children with their education. Regardless of the problems we face or that the education sector presents, we know that a great education can lead to better grades, better habits and better paid jobs in the future.   

At 2KickStartU we value education and place a focus on making learning enjoyable which is why we place high priority to build rappor and thoroughly understand your child. From Year 1 up to and including GCSE, our tutors identify how your child learns best and pin point the gaps in their knowledge so that their tuition is specific to your child's needs. Be it English, maths or science, matters of motivation or confidence, or last-minute revision and help for tests or exams, with our tuition style and guidance you will enjoy watching your child break through limitations and barriers, regain self-belief in their ability to learn and show measurable results.

Why 2KickStartU? Because we believe every child can learn, and every child should have the opportunity to flourish – for it’s hardly a question of ability, and mostly a matter of teaching in a way that works for the individual.

 

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  With only days to go until students all over the UK sit their exams, the levels of worry in your household may be getting the better of your home environment in the form of exam stress. As an unavoidable part of student life that can be challenging to handle, it is worth remembering that stress exists as an alarm system, bringing your attention to certain matters that need addressed in your son...
With exam season upon us we thought 2KickStartU's top tips to help your child during their Engilsh exam would come in handy.  Begin by checking very carefully the instructions of the exam paper. Highlight or underline the key instructions. Note down (and check) any timings plan you have prepared, so you have it to refer to, and to stop you spending too much or too little time on one question....
exam preparation and how to handle stress during exam season
With the examination season in full swing, more young people are finding it hard to cope with the pressure. "Cracking up", is much more common than many parents realise and, once it has happened, is difficult to treat. For parents, there is a difficult line to tread between setting expectations and encouraging a child to work towards challenging goals, as opposed to placing children in situations...
Mother and daughter smiling into the camera. Message that says : SATs are around the corner - knowing what is in the test can help you help your child with everyday activities
With only weeks to go for SATs you might be wondering what you can start doing to help your child prepare. This can be a tense time and your child may feel nervous or lack of confidence, but as a parent there is plenty you can do to support them. The important thing is to know what is included in the test and expected from your child. Once you know helping them can be as simple as using...
Is your child due to take the 11+ exam at the beginning of Year 6? Find out more about grammar school selection exams, how they differ across the country and the literacy and numeracy topics children are tested on. What is the 11+? Also referred to as the ‘Transfer Test’, the 11+ is a test taken by some Year 6 pupils in primary schools in England. Its purpose is to provide a filter for selecting...

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