He made significant improvements during the third term of Grade 1 and was awarded during prize giving.
“I recommend this program to everyone who has a child with learning difficulties,” says Noah’s mother.
Noah’s mom tells his story:
Noah is a quiet, shy, and very sensitive boy. When he started his Grade 1 he really struggled with learning and concentrating in class because the previous preschool he attended was more about play. He struggled to adapt to the new learning environment, which frustrated him. His academic results were dropping, and his self-confidence was low. The school often called me to discuss his misconduct to the point where the teacher informed me that if he didn’t improve and change his behaviour, they would have to let him go.
This made me so frustrated and left me feeling helpless as a parent. When I shared my frustration with a friend, he told me he faced a similar situation with his child until he enrolled the child with Edublox for tutoring and started seeing changes. He encouraged me to enrol, so I took a leap of faith and enrolled Noah.
He started attending his extra classes, and I ensured he didn’t miss class and was on time for his lessons. Edublox worked patiently with Noah, accommodating his reserved nature and shyness. He gradually improved, and his teacher confirmed his behaviour and schoolwork changes. He made significant improvements during his third term and was awarded during prize giving. He was then able to go to Grade 2.
We proceeded with the programme, and he started his Grade 2 on a high note. He is now a bubbly and proactive child. He loves doing his schoolwork, especially mathematics. When we walk in the malls, he reads everything out loud and is very confident with his reading. He does his homework with less difficulty and understands what he is doing. He interacts with kids his age much better and tries to learn more languages. He also memorises easily!
I recommend this program to everyone who has a child with learning difficulties, as often they start having aggressive behaviour cause of seeing other kids doing well while they’re struggling. He moved from low performance to a high-performing student with reading awards from the teachers in class.
*Noah attended Edublox Phalaborwa