We ask this question of all our potential clients - parents just like you, who want only the best for their children and their future. It’s an interesting thought to ponder, because like all things in life, the answer is relative.
Do you value it enough to seek professional one-on-one educational care?
Do you value it enough to realise that ‘the system’ caters for the group, and that the individual needs extra attention?
Do you value it enough to give your child an unfair advantage - no matter their current academic level?
Take a look at our pricing options and see how Full Spectrum Education can
benefit your child today.
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"I just wish I had done this earlier for my children so they enjoy their time instead of dreading it due to a struggle here and there. ”Donna Maree Greenwood
"Cooper looks forward to the visits, creating a fun and interesting way for a 6 year old to catch up on his writing skills".Earl McEnay
“My son has gone from really struggling in his Math to getting a B- only after a very short time with his tutor. His confidence levels have increased and he actually enjoys his time with his tutor and is enjoying the results he's achieving already. Would highly recommend without hesitation.”
“I cannot recommend Full Spectrum Education highly enough. My daughter’s confidence has increased as to her enthusiasm to learn. She enjoys her time with her tutor and he is able to gauge where she is at and assist in growing her knowledge. The management of the company is second to none! Ben has followed up every step of the way to assist in any way he can to ensure my daughter (and soon enough my son also) are enjoying the tutoring, that we are satisfied with the connection between student and tutor and overall how everything is progressing. I just wish I had done this earlier for my children so they enjoy their time at school instead of dreading it due to a struggle here and there.”
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