Still finalising summer plans? It’s not too late to join us for a few weeks! Our intensive instruction results in extraordinary gains and can be one of of the most positive learning experiences of your child’s life.
If school is not always easy for your child, you may have mixed feelings about using summertime for learning. But for many students, spending the entire summer away from academics can lead to measurable learning loss in skills like reading and maths—especially troublesome for struggling students. While we all look forward to rest and relaxation, parents of struggling students have an opportunity to use summer to give their child a great next year.
New to Lindamood-Bell?
If school is hard for your child, you need to know why and that there is help. Identifying strengths and weaknesses is the first step toward helping your child learn to their potential. A learning evaluation will uncover the strengths and weaknesses that are affecting school. In a thorough results consultation, we will discuss an individualised learning plan to make school easier.
Some students come to us with a previous diagnosis such as dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, or a general learning challenge—and we make a difference for each of them. Some students seek our help to enhance their skills or to just make learning easier—and we do.
It’s Not Too Late
Parents, you are right on time.
When school’s out, we are busy teaching students how to learn to their potential. In just a few weeks our learning centre can help make your child feel more confident and prepared for school. The right instruction, that addresses individual learning needs, can make a difference in a short period of time.
Please note that it’s also not too late to address any challenges you may be worried about, like scheduled family vacations, or tuition concerns. We look forward to finding solutions for a summer learning plan that works great for your family.
Contact your Lindamood-Bell Learning Centre to get started: Double Bay (02) 9328 7119 | Chatswood (02) 9410 1006