Jovana, June 26, 2019
We would like to notify parents and students travelling to lessons today that roadworks are taking place on Theobald Street, which has caused some traffic congestion. Please take this into account when planning your journey to lessons.
Jovana, June 24, 2019
We would like to remind all parents of our current students that this is the final week of priority registration for the new academic year of 2019/2020! To book your place for next year’s group lessons, please make sure we receive your payment by the 1stof July. After the 1stof July, all unbooked places will be offered to students on the waiting list on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Jovana, June 21, 2019
We are delighted to announce that our office team at Trefoil Tutors has been joined by Maja Djordjic, who has taken on the role of Office Secretary. With extensive experience of managing a busy GP practice as well as running her own business, Maja will be working in our office from Monday to Friday from 9:30am – 1:30pm and will be the first point of contact for all enquiries from new and existing parents.
Jovana, June 19, 2019
In order to accelerate the pace at which Oxford is diversifying, the university has announced a commitment to increase the percentage of undergraduate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. This will not be based on income thresholds or ethnicity but rather on the socio-economic profile of where people live.
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Jovana, June 17, 2019
We would like to say a big congratulations to all our students who have sat and finished their GCSE and A-Level examinations. Very well done! After months of hard work, we hope you have a restful and enjoyable summer break. We look forward to hearing from you on Results Day!
Jovana, June 14, 2019
We are excited to welcome the parents of our students to our annual Parents' Social Evening on the 30th of June. The event will take place at the Blue Ginger Restaurant. We still have 5 places available on the guestlist; if you would like to join the Social Evening, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday the 16th. We look forward to seeing you!
Jovana, June 10, 2019
We are excited to welcome our students back for the final set of lessons which begins on Monday, the 10th of April. We hope you had a restful half-term break and we look forward to seeing you for the final half-term this academic year!
Jovana, June 7, 2019
'My experience so far has been wonderful and I’ve been provided with the best support. The work environment is very useful. I find that it is very quiet and the classrooms are equipped with good printing, whiteboards and good Wi-Fi. I find this particularly useful as whatever type of lesson plan you have, you can do!’
Jovana, June 5, 2019
As Trefoil Tutors continues to grow, we are delighted to share an exciting opportunity to become part of our team.
We are currently looking for an experienced Biology, Physics and Chemistry tutors to offer group lessons in one of the three subjects to Year 10 and/or Year 11 students in preparation for GCSE examinations, as well as to prepare a Scheme of Work for the course.
Jovana, June 3, 2019
Please note that we are running an adjusted lesson schedule this week, with no regular lessons taking place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. For more details, please consult the email message sent to you or call us on 0203 565 0539. Set 6 of lessons begins on the 10th of June.
Milda, May 30, 2019
We would like to remind parents that there has been a slight change to the Set 5 lesson schedule for Mathematics, English and Science, and no lessons are taking place on the following dates:
Thursday, 30th May
Friday, 31st May
Saturday, 1st June
Sunday, 2nd June
The lessons have been rescheduled to take place next week. Specific details about rescheduled lesson timings have been sent via email; should you wish to confirm the rescheduled lesson dates and times, please call our office on 0203 565 0539.
Jovana, May 28, 2019
With the half term starting, and the weather becoming warmer, we would like to share with you some suggestions for outdoor adventurous activities for the whole family to get involved with. From following butterfly trails to painting your own wooden spring time decoration, there are a range of different activities for children of all ages.
To find out more, follow the link below:
Jovana, May 27, 2019
We would like to remind all parents of our current students that this is the last week of lessons for Set 5, which means this is the final week of priority registration! To book your place for the next set of lessons, please make sure we receive your payment before the end of the week. The final set of group lessons for the Set 6 will resume on the 10th of June.
Jovana, May 24, 2019
‘Trefoil makes it very easy for tutors to coordinate their timings with both the tutors, their parents and slots for booking rooms in the office. I’ve never once struggled to find a time slot that works for all of us.’
Jovana, May 20, 2019
As tomorrow sees the first GCSE and IGCSE mathematics examinations, I thought I would share my final tips / words of encouragement with our cohort of students.
Jovana, May 15, 2019
We would like to remind parents of our current students that priority registration for Set 6 of lessons as well as the 2019/2020 academic year is now open and that your place in the lessons is reserved until the 2nd of June - please do book your child's place before this date. Any places that are not booked after this date will be offered to students on the waiting list on a first-come, first-served basis. Could we kindly ask parents to fill out the reservation forms for the 2019/2020 academic year and return them to the office.
Jovana, May 10, 2019
‘It always helps having information which will help you become a better tutor. There’s no better people to ask than Vivek and Milda who have been tutoring and teaching for so long. The PDS opened my horizons, and provided tailored advice on how you can structure your lessons’
Jovana, May 8, 2019
Trinity College Cambridge are currently running an essay writing competition in the memory of historian Robert Robson. The competition is aimed at lower sixth students who have a passion for and are considering applying to study History at university.
To find out more about the competition and how to take part, please follow the link below: