CAREFULLY MENTORING YOUNG PEOPLE TOWARDS ACHIEVING THEIR GOALS
ABOUT STUDENT NAVIGATOR
Student Navigator guides and supports young people to develop the knowledge and skills they require to: study effectively, work independently, optimise their outcomes and find success in their studies and futures.
We work with Primary, GCSE, A’level, International Baccalaureate and university students.
We see students at our base in Roundhay, Leeds, when they live close enough to travel, and remotely, when students live further afield in the UK and overseas.
We provide relief for parents to best support their children in what can be a minefield of battling pressures and baffling demands on them.
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THE LATEST FROM OUR BLOG
I recently did a transition session with a Year 7 student and we added up how many teachers he has. The answer was a staggering twenty four teachers. In some subjects he has three teachers. He has gone from a small primary school with only one teacher to twenty four...
In a normal year, Year 12 lays the foundation for making UCAS applications in Year 13. It used to include attending open days, visiting UCAS fairs, completing work experience and having workshops on writing personal statements. It’s a tried and tested process aimed at...
Seven ways to study in the summer holidays? I am a great advocate for school holidays and especially summer holidays. They are there to re-charge, rest and recuperate students and teachers from the previous term, so that you return to school feeling refreshed and...