Fit Learning™ Fit Homeschool™
The school environment can often be challenging for a child. Sometimes, the challenge is so great that it’s detrimental effects outweigh the benefits. Additionally, there are times when the school fails to maximize a child’s full potential. In these cases, a homeschool placement is recommended. When choosing Fit Learning Homeschool, parents elect to homeschool their child through the Education Department. Fit Learning then provides homeschool support and supplementation in core skill areas. Children attend Fit Learning sessions from two to six hours per day three to five days a week and receive intensive one on one academic and cognitive training.Fit Homeschool is a highly flexible program which may be targeted to a specific student’s needs in core skill areas, in accordance with the national curriculum.
Ideal for students:
- from Kindergarten to Year 12
- who find school particularly challenging, or whose potential has not been maximised by mainstream schooling methods
- who would benefit from comprehensive one-on-one academic training and behavioural support in a home-school placement
Fit Learning™ Fit Homework Group™
Fit Homework Group targets time management, task planning and study techniques. Through study, students are able to enhance their understanding of key concepts within subject areas, and effectively prepare for exams and tests.
Ideal for students:
- who want to learn to be effective, self-motivated studies
- who struggle with motivation, organisation or time management in their studies
- who would benefit from assistance in fulfilling their academic and personal goals
After the first term of Year 11 this year at his boys’ only private school, my son, whom I believed was happy and doing well according to his results, confided in me that he was feeling overwhelmed with the workload he faced. He feared he was not equipped to manage the quantity of new material and concepts he had to learn. Being aware of the Fit Learning Homework Group, I booked my son in for an initial assessment to identify barriers to him being able to effectively manage his time and succeed in year 11.
The program commenced twice-weekly and within a month, my son had regained his confidence, happiness and purpose and was becoming organized not only with his school work but with other aspects of his life. His relationships were improving, especially with me, even though I thought it was good to start with. Also, importantly, his grades started to improve, as did the quality of his work, the feedback from his teachers and his marks. He was no longer stressed about how he would cope and was able to better manage his extra- curricular activities as well as his school work.