If you’re a BNO moving to the UK from Hong Kong, or have recently settled here, introducing your child to the UK education system might feel like a daunting prospect.
You may have questions, such as:
- How does the UK education system work?
- What’s the difference between state, grammar, public and private schools?
- What attainment level is my child at?
- How can I help my child succeed academically, make friends and settle comfortably in a new environment?
Don’t panic! Fortunately, there are many places to find support: from Local Authority and community groups to schools and tutoring companies.
How can Ludo Tutors help BNO Visa families?
Since 2017, our Founder, Martha, and her team have helped hundreds of students gain places at their top choice schools and universities. We are proud to develop long-lasting relationships with our clients and to provide ongoing support and advice.
Here at Ludo Tutors, we combine our extensive knowledge of the UK schooling system with high quality Tutors and our AI-enable learning platform. This gives parents peace of mind and detailed, individualised feedback on their child’s progress.
We offer bespoke 1:1 tuition, small group online classes and subscriptions to our AI platform.
If you’d like to find out more, why not book a free consultation with our Founder, Martha?
Book a Free Consultation
We invite you to meet our Founder, Martha, for a free, 30-minute consultation to discuss your child’s needs, any concerns or questions you may have about the UK schooling system and to create a plan to help your child thrive.
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Resources and articles:
UK Government site: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/british-nationals-overseas-in-hong-kong
BBC Article: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-55825479
Top Schools Article – searching for a perfect fit: https://www.topschools.asia/admissions-consultancy-uk-bno
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On the Strengths of Neurodiversity: https://www.ludotutors.com/2021/07/27/on-the-strengths-of-neurodiversity/