Academic Progress Service
After a student starts school, there is often a raft of email correspondence for parents to digest, forms of consent to be signed and a calendar of school dates and events, some of which require attendance by a parent or guardian.
The newest addition to our portfolio of educational services is our Academic Progress Service (APS).
Aimed at busy families who live outside the UK, our completely unique service offers parents a single point of contact within the UK and a dedicated consultant who will carefully monitor your child’s educational journey.
Unlike a homestay guardian, our Academic Progress Service is solely focused on the academic progress of your child. We ask the school to include us in all email correspondence, we attend parent/teacher meetings on your behalf and we are always on hand to oversee school information and sign for some of the parental permissions needed.
Keeping parents updated through regular contact and reports, Panoba will work with your child’s school ensuring that a close eye is kept on termly progress and tracking grades and addressing any areas your child is finding challenging. We can give an additional helping hand when the time comes for those all-important exam subject choices. Whether for GCSE, A Level, International Baccalaureate, or university applications; clarifying subject options and making the right choices in line with future aspirations is an essential part of each child’s educational pathway.
There may be times when extra tuition is needed as a support function for a particular subject area. Panoba will assess and discuss options for support within the school first and foremost. Where it will benefit the student to have some additional tuition externally to help with progress, we can organise that too.
Whether you already have children at school in the UK and need our APS as a stand-alone service, or whether we have secured your child’s place at a UK school and are continuing our services, we can create a bespoke plan in line with your requirements.