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At Full Spectrum Education we are a team of driven, passionate educators. Our goal is to harness our qualified teaching abilities to effectively elevate our students learning abilities.

✔ Greater Brisbane Area
✔ Gold Coast
✔ Sunshine Coast
✔ Our teachers come to you!
✔ Qualified QCT Registered teachers (Queensland College of Teachers)
✔ Qualified University and TAFE College Teachers 
✔ Qualified practising experts in their field 
✔ Proud members of the Australian Tutoring Association
✔ Comprehensive curriculum understanding
✔ Prep to University
✔ Flexible sessions
✔ Individual teaching and learning plans
✔ Individualised assessment for all unique                    learning needs
✔ Refine decision making skills
✔ Improve social and behavioural skills
✔ Boost student confidence

What value do you place on your child's success?

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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Enrolling your child with Full Spectrum Education is a simple and easy 3 step process: 

 Fill out the enquiry form

 We will be in touch as soon as possible to discuss the educational needs

 Organise a suitable time for a face-to-face consultation with our Director of Education 

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