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Nurturing Self-Discovery Through Education: The Estia Tuition Approach

In the hustle and bustle of back-to-school season, as children eagerly prepare to embrace new learning adventures, there’s an aspect of education that often goes unnoticed amidst the textbooks and exams – the journey of self-discovery. At Estia Tuition, we believe that education is more than just a means to achieve grades; it’s a path to uncovering each child’s unique potential and fostering a love for learning that lasts a lifetime. 

The Power of Self-Discovery

Education should be a transformative experience that empowers children to explore their passions, strengths, and interests. It’s about encouraging them to ask questions, seek answers, and develop a deep sense of curiosity about the world around them. Our Estia Tuition programme isn’t just about teaching Maths and English; it’s about unlocking the necessary tools to help guide children through the exciting journey of self-discovery.

A Personalised Learning Adventure

As children step into the classroom and embark on their educational journey, they bring with them a diverse range of learning styles, strengths, and areas of interest. Our personalised learning algorithm at Estia Tuition recognises and respects these differences. It identifies gaps in their knowledge, not as shortcomings, but as opportunities for growth. Through tailored lesson plans, we empower children to strengthen their foundation and build upon their strengths.

Unlocking Hidden Potential

Imagine a child who once struggled with a certain concept suddenly experiencing that “aha” moment of clarity. It’s these moments that reveal the incredible potential within each child. Our approach is designed to create these moments, to unlock hidden talents, and to inspire confidence in their abilities. Through engaging video lessons and interactive content, we encourage children to take ownership of their learning, to ask questions fearlessly, and to see mistakes as stepping-stones to improvement. 

Beyond the Classroom

Education doesn’t stop when the school bell rings. Our Estia Tuition programme seamlessly blends with classroom learning, creating a holistic educational experience. By providing access to the entire curriculum, we enable children to explore beyond their current grade level, nurturing their thirst for knowledge. This Autumn Term let’s instil in children the joy of learning, the excitement of discovery, and the understanding that education is a lifelong journey.

Join the Journey of Self-Discovery with Estia Tuition

As parents and educators, it’s our responsibility to nurture not only academic excellence but also the holistic development of each child. Estia Tuition is not just a supplement to classroom learning; it’s a catalyst for self-discovery. Together, let’s embark on a journey that encourages children to embrace their uniqueness, chase their dreams, and develop skills that extend far beyond the classroom.

This back-to-school season, choose Estia Tuition as a partner in your child’s educational journey. Unlock their potential, ignite their curiosity, and watch them blossom into confident, empowered individuals ready to make their mark on the world.

Join us today and let’s nurture self-discovery, one lesson at a time.

September 29th, 2023 by Lauren

Back to School: 5 Things You Can Do to Help Your Child Go Back Confident

The summer break is drawing to a close, and the time has come for your child to head back to school. As parents, it’s important to understand that this transition can be both exciting and nerve-wracking for our little learners. At Estia Tuition, we believe that a confident start to the new academic year is crucial for setting the tone for success. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five valuable tips to help prepare children to go back to school with confidence and enthusiasm.


  1. Embrace a Positive Mindset


As the new school term begins, encourage your child to adopt a positive mindset. Remind them of their past achievements, highlighting how capable and resilient they have been in overcoming challenges. Instead of dwelling on potential hurdles, focus on the opportunities for growth and learning that the new year presents. Remind them that mistakes are a natural part of the learning process and that each one is an opportunity to improve.


  1. Establish a Routine


The summer break often involves a more relaxed schedule, but as we near the new school year, it’s essential to re-establish a consistent daily routine. Help your child adjust their sleep patterns gradually so that they are well-rested and alert for their school day. Designate specific times for homework, meals, play, and relaxation. A well-structured routine can reduce anxiety and provide a sense of stability, helping your child feel prepared and in control.


  1. Reinforce Learning with Estia Tuition


It can be helpful to reintroduce sit-down learning at home before going back to school. The Estia program has shown that just 20 minutes of learning, twice a week is enough to sustain learning over the summer break, but with lessons on-demand, you can practice whatever and whenever you want. With the full curriculum available, you can get ahead on next years learning, or revisit last years lessons to boost the foundation of learning for the essential Maths and English subjects.


  1. Engage in Open Communication


Maintain open lines of communication with your child about their feelings and expectations for the new school year. Encourage them to share any concerns they may have and assure them that you are there to support them every step of the way. Be actively involved in their school life by attending parent-teacher conferences, checking their progress regularly, and celebrating their accomplishments.


  1. Cultivate a Growth Mindset


A growth mindset fosters resilience and a willingness to take on challenges. Teach your child that intelligence and abilities can be developed through dedication and effort by praising their efforts and strategies rather than merely focusing on outcomes. Emphasise the value of perseverance and hard work, helping them understand that they can improve and excel in their studies with determination and a positive attitude.




As parents, we play a vital role in helping our children go back to school confidently. By fostering a positive mindset, establishing a routine, reinforcing learning with Estia Tuition, promoting open communication, and cultivating a growth mindset, we can empower our children to embrace the new academic year with enthusiasm and self-assurance.


At Estia Tuition, we are committed to being your child’s dedicated learning partner. With our online programme, we strive to make learning enjoyable and effective, setting your child up for success throughout the school year and beyond. Together, let’s make this academic year one of growth, achievement, and limitless possibilities.

August 15th, 2023 by Lauren

Navigating the Transition: Essential Tips for Children Starting Secondary School

Starting secondary school marks a significant milestone in a child’s educational life. It’s an exciting yet daunting time, both for children and parents. As your child prepares to make the transition, it’s essential to provide them with the necessary guidance and support to ensure a smooth and successful start. 

In this blog post, we share valuable tips to help your child navigate the common challenges and ensure a confident and happy start to secondary school life.  (more…)

June 27th, 2023 by Lauren

Experience the Magic: Enter Our Disneyland Paris Giveaway! ✨🏰 

Due to popular demand, we’re thrilled to announce that our highly anticipated Disneyland Paris Giveaway is back!  (more…)

June 13th, 2023 by Lauren

Maximising May Half Term: A Guide to Effective GCSE Revision

As the May half term approaches, it presents a valuable opportunity for GCSE students to dive into focused revision. With exams on the horizon, this break can be utilized strategically to consolidate knowledge and boost confidence.

In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of revising during the May half term and provide you with a sample revision timetable, along with useful tips and ideas to make the most of this crucial period.


May 24th, 2023 by Lauren

What do the financial repercussions of Covid-19 mean for education?

As discussed in a recent article written by the Financial Times, Education groups warn that the UK government’s flagship National Tutoring Programme, designed to help pupils catch up on learning disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, risks failing due to poor funding. The government created the scheme in November 2020 as part of a £3.5bn effort to help children recoup classroom hours lost to school closures during the pandemic.

May 9th, 2023 by Lauren

What to consider when hiring a tutor

As the summer holidays draw near, you may contemplate ways to assist your child’s education during the break. It could be that you aim to aid them in preparing for an entrance exam, transition to a new school or simply ensure they remain on track for the upcoming academic year. In any case, hiring a tutor may prove to be a valuable investment.

Finding and hiring a tutor can feel daunting with so many options available, but reflecting on these frequently asked questions can help you in your search for hiring a tutor.


May 2nd, 2023 by Lauren

Has private schooling become financially out of reach?

Private school fees have rocketed by 19% in the past year, prompting many parents to remove their children as the cost of living climbs ever higher. We at Estia Tuition are concerned about the recent spike in costs for education as this is a concerning trend affecting many families across the country.


April 28th, 2023 by Lauren

Preparing Your Child for Exam Season: Tips for UK Parents

As the beginning of the Summer term approaches next week, it signals exam season for many UK students. Some children will take this period in their stride. Others will look as though they are but internalise any worry or stress. And for some students, the period of intense studying and revision will be obvious.


April 13th, 2023 by Lauren

7 Ideas to keep children busy over the Easter holiday

Easter holidays have arrived! Many parents will consider how to keep their children’s minds active and engaged while they’re off from school. While giving children a break from their usual routine is important, it’s also important to encourage continued learning and development during this time.


April 3rd, 2023 by SteveO