Learning support is an intentionally broad term that we use to denote the services we provide to many of our clients. Given ever-increasing classroom sizes, neurodiverse, nonconformist students are left to grapple with educational challenges on their own. Teachers are simply too busy between teaching classes and marking assignments to provide the individualized attention requisite to the development of each individual student. BartyED fills this gap by acting as personal mentors and tutors which in the long-term can form an intellectual apprenticeship: our expert undivided attention holds students to task and helps them to develop understanding and straightforward strategies to make learning easier.
One of the strengths of BartyED’s educational services is our emphasis on initial assessment lessons. Whether for mentoring in a particular skill, such as writing, or in a subject such as geography, we take the time to get to know our students in the first lesson in order to design a structured programme with tangible learning outcomes so that students and parents alike are aware of the progress made each lesson. Our tutors maintain detailed lesson notes of each lesson which are available for reference at parent’s request. A unique aspect of BartyED lessons is the importance we place on holistic learning: in the service of expertise in the specified educational area, we provide an opportunity for students to explore the nuances of the world around them, nurturing self-aware learners with actionable knowledge.