At Avivo Elite Tutoring we are committed to your child's learning journey. Our elite tutoring team are now available on-site and online for your convenience. The Avivo Hubon our website and the Bookshelf on every session reminder email or session note email is where you can self book an extra session or reschedule a session. Extra sessions and rescheduled sessions are via AvivOnline only.
At Avivo we are excited to announce that we will be launching our new Elite Junior Programme in 2021. The programme aims to help build confidence in specific areas and close knowledge gaps. We ensure each individual student is studying at their optimal level by assessing their current understanding of numeracy and literacy concepts. A carefully designed individual learning programme is then put in place for your child. Parents receive weekly feedback on their child's progress throughout the term.
At Avivo we recognise the value of preparing for the new school year and offer our Headstart Programme is available for all ages in order to prepare students for the school year ahead. Students receive personalised support from their tutors, set meaningful goals and complete preparation tasks for term one. The sessions are designed to motivate students and promote a positive mindset for the year ahead.
Forming study groups is a wonderful way to maximise your efficiency, gain support and develop a deep understanding of your subjects. An effective study group involves finding members who have similar levels of motivation and skill. The most important thing to remember when working in a team is to be open to other people’s ideas and opinions.
Join one of our 2021 Summer study group English Workshops to prepare for the year ahead.
The initialsteps towards analysing a text begin when you first read it, laying the groundwork for your studies in class. This is why approaching each text analytically, and with annotation skills, can benefit your learning down the track. Determining a method early on will prove irreplaceable later, as you will be able to quickly navigate through the text to identify important ideas.
Join one of our 2021 Summer English Workshops to learn more tips and tricks for annotating your texts.
By now, most high school students will have been allocated texts for their 2021 English-based subjects. Especially for students in higher year levels, it is essential to read these assigned texts over the summer. To help reduce stress and build a good foundation going back to school try to set some achievable goals in order to make the task less daunting.
Consolidate your summer texts understandingby booking into our Headstart Program or English Workshops via theAvivo Hub.
A gap year is the perfect opportunity to reconnect with past hobbies, which may have become low priority during VCE, and to try new activities. A practical option is to spend the year working, volunteering or undertaking an internship in order to gain experience, skills and meaningful professional relationships. Despite not being able to travel overseas there is still the opportunity to spend some time exploring Australia.
Starting your first year of University can be equally exciting and daunting, and it is bound to push you out of your comfort zone. Remember all First Years are in the same position as you, eager to make friends, try new things, and have fun during their University degree.
Congratulations on being part of the Class of 2020 and successfully completing Year 12 despite the challenges of this year. Life from here on will be different and it willtake someadjustment to the way you have always done things in the past. Here are some useful tips for life beyond Year 12 as well as how to debrief on your exams and say thank you to your tutor(s).
In Australia, the ATAR provides tertiary institutions with a guide to academic ability but it is not a true indicator of your ability to succeed at university. Your ATAR is only one way to gain entry to a tertiary course. There are now many other study pathways for a chosen career. Your future is not defined by your ATAR and you do not need to share your ATAR with anyone.