Bílina: Tutoring

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At our branch in Bílina, People in Need provides two types of tutoring – individual and in a group. Individual tutoring involves our volunteers visiting children in their own home once a week and helping them with anything they need. Group tutoring takes place at the branch, where we have a special room just for this purpose. 

Our service focuses on children who have problems in school and do not receive sufficient support at home. This is usually due to their parents having just a low level of education, often no more advanced than primary school level.

The aim of our service is not only to prevent the child from failing their year or to improve their grades. The other effects of our tutoring are important, such as increased interest in school, fewer absences and a more active approach in class.

Anyone over 15 years of age can volunteer. You do not have to be experienced, the only thing you need is to like working with children, be reliable and happy to invest 2 hours of your time every week. Apart from tutoring we also organize educational free-time activities, mainly during vacations, where volunteers are more than welcome to join us.

Services provided:

Individual tutoring

Capacity: depending on the number of volunteers

Age: 7 and over

Individual tutoring usually takes place in the child’s home. One parent always has to be present, which is one of the basic obligations that he or she must fulfil. The parent guarantees to maintain peace and quiet at home for tutoring and ideally should also be involved in the tutoring process.

Teplická 555, Bílina

Group tutoring

Capacity: 1 group of 8 children

Age: 7 and over

Group tutoring, unlike individual, takes place on the premises of our branch, every Thursday from 2:30 to 4 pm. It is an after-school tutoring group, where children revise and practise what they learn at school. There is also time for fun learning and developing various skills.

Teplická 555, Bílina

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