Who we are
The key objective for Education 2 You is to help parents maximise their child’s potential, throughout their educational journey from their first day of school, to the moment they leave.
We always strive to enrich our student’s education, by working alongside educational establishments to provide extra support for teachers and students. Our tutors work closely with our clients, ensuring a high-quality learning experience.
Why Are We Different?
As mentioned, we are qualified teachers with extensive experience working with students from Nursery up to A-level. We offer a holistic approach to teaching because we know that when it comes to learning, a “one size fits all” does not always produce the best results. That’s why our teaching methods are influenced by your child’s needs. We understand the importance of on-going communication with you and regularly inform you of your child’s progress and offer guidance regarding the next steps.
Our teachers, having taught in educational institutions, are well versed in following the National Curriculum and have proven track records in maximising your child’s potential. We have in-depth subject knowledge as well as how to teach that knowledge effectively to the student.
Interested? Find out more on our “Services” page. Or take a look below to see just some of our tutors.
Elizabeth Tait, Founder
Elizabeth Tait, founder of Education 2 You is an experienced primary school teacher. Her teaching career spans over 25 years across Foundation, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 (children aged between 4 and 12 years of age).
She has a degree and post-graduate Certificate in Education from Manchester Metropolitan University and enhanced DBS status. Her qualified teaching status is registered at the Department of Education with the reference number: 92/55685.
Her early career began in Cheshire and later in Scotland, teaching in Edinburgh, Fife and West Lothian. In Scotland, she had the opportunity to teach 11 – 12-year olds (Y7), as children do not attend secondary school until they are 12. Whilst in Scotland, Elizabeth met her husband and once married, relocated to Surrey for employment in 2000.
In 2001, her first child was born and a second followed in 2003. As a mother of two young children, Elizabeth worked as a supply teacher undertaking short and long-term contracts to fit around her family. In 2005, Elizabeth completed a ‘Return to Teaching’ course at Roehampton University to update her skill-set.
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“That’s brilliant. It’s exactly what he is doing at school, at the moment, so perfect. Thank you”
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