Tutors great, company disorganised
Started tutoring 1 on 1 first lesson ran smoothly. Not an issue with the tutor but after 1st lesson it's downhill from there. In 3 weeks my sons tutors been changed 3 times. No continuity of tutor.
The latest English tutor spent more than half her lesson navigating her own hub further frustrating the child. The teacher ended up making up a partial lesson as she couldn't access her resources. Then yet again another maths tutor..this one might be good however there is a massive issue with English language obviously being second language. My child tried very hard to not only understand the lesson but also understand the tutor.
In 4 weeks 4 maths tutors 3 English tutors.
All we wanted was continuity and at $80 per lesson I feel ripped off
A different tutor every week
We are now in week 3 and we’ve had a different tutor each time. Constantly getting messages telling us that they cannot find a tutor and when they do get one, before our next session it has changed again! My child is twice exceptional (academically gifted and has a disability) and misses a lot of school due to medical needs, so needs consistency.
Can be improved
The tutors were fantastic and the concept on being online great however this is a very disorganised, poorly communicated service. The amount of time spent on the phone to different people, being transferred to different people and mix up's was so much time wasted that we finished in the end unfortunately. It would be great to be able to communicate directly with the tutors then having to go through a third person.
I continue getting emails from you, no one answering my phone or email. My opinion is you are good for nothing
Not sure what do you want to know. You are not responding call or email. I solved this problem with unsubscribe you. Again you are good for nothing for me.
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Platform unstable for the price we pay - not cheap
A word of advice. The cluey platform can be unstable. The timer on the cluey platform will keep ticking away regardless if the teacher logs in late or when disruption to the Cluey platform occurs. We were attracted by the convenience of technology but every now and then, we have bad experiences with Cluey platform but I never asked for any refunds because they were minor. The most recent disruption went on for more than half of the session - the teacher's screen dropped out whilst my child was reading aloud. So my child would have been reading...to herself unknowingly that the teacher had gone. The teacher reappeared with a loud banging noise in the background and tried posting homework on the platform but we could neither see her typing or hear her talking. We also had a bad start to that same session because the teacher couldn't hear us and we both ended up logging in and out of Cluey platform whilst Cluey timer continued ticking away. My child was so distracted by the whole session so I asked for a full refund for that session but Cluey won't allow.
Questions & Answers
I need help with teaching and the curriculum, which as a mother I am finding it extremely difficult to understand. We are educated parents but have no clue how acara works. Can someone help me with my queries? I would like to first lay a strong foundation and know the curriculum well before my daughter proceed with the learning part. Can you please please advise me?
The curriculum is definitely a lot of work to understand. While the Australian Curriculum is applicable across the country for students in Years F–10, with subtle variations in each state and territory, the state and territory curricula for Years 11 and 12 are quite different.
I can see you're in Sydney - you can learn more about the NSW version of the curriculum here: https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/portal/nesa/k-10/understanding-the-curriculum/curriculum-syllabuses-NSW
There is also a helpful guide for parents from ACARA here: https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/media/6517/the_australian_curriculum_an_overview_for_parents.pdf
My daughter has missed a lot of school for health reasons & it has very noticeably left many gaps in her learning. As much as the teachers try to help & send work home, her confidence is at an all time low. She is in her last year of school & is struggling with Maths & English. Two core subjects. Is it too much to expect a tutor to be able to "pick up the pieces" sufficiently so she passes this most important year?
No it's not too much to expect a tutor to pick up the pieces and help her improve confidence in both subjects.
We would recommend private, 1-to-1 sessions where she can work through concepts at her own speed. This will allow her to move ahead at the areas she's excelling at whilst giving any parts she is struggling with the focus + attention that is required. Our tutors are patient, friendly and can adapt and personalise how they teach based on the student.
We would love to discuss how we can help so please give one of our Learning Advisors a quick call on 1300 182 000 and we'll let you know pricing + answer any other questions you have.
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