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One of the greatest struggles every mother who has children at school is going through is trying to homeschool her kids without going absolutely crazy. Trying to explain to your children that they still have school, but at home instead, is not an easy task. Having to be the mother, the teacher, the friend, and the entertainer is more than any mother can handle.
While schools have been sending out material to help your children with the e-learning process, an educational startup is offering its services to help ease the impact of schools closing down on both the students and the parents.
How can Phoenix for Education Services help you as a mother?
Phoenix for Education Services offers parents of international schools on-demand support to make sure that their educational standards are not affected by the suspension of schools.
How does the service work?
You will start with a free consultation session with one of Phoenix’s expert educators to know your needs, where you will be given tips on how to improve your child’s learning experience. Then, each day you will receive a learning plan that will meet the standards of your child’s school and will allow them to continue learning at home with minimal interruption.
Who develops the learning plans?
A master educator with 18+ years of experience in teaching and leading international schools.
How will this service differ from the resources that schools are providing?
While parents are being provided with resources from schools, they are struggling and don’t know how to deal with them. However, Phoenix for Education Services gives parents the support they need to aid their children in their e-learning journey or provide them with the missing material that the school did not present. This will help your child meet their educational standards according to their required levels, as well as aid you in understanding how to support your child’s education at home.
What age group can benefit from these services?
The service is available for KG1/FS1 students up to grade 7.
How do parents sign up?
For more information, you can visit Phonenixedservices on Facebook and sign up for a free consultation where you will agree on the recommended plan for your child. This could be a learning plan, a daily routine, a design for the different learning environments or tips for the parent on how to help their child.