Highly recommended.The Service is very professional, and efficient. We’ve noticed not only an improvement in our child’s academic achievements, but more importantly, an improvement in his overall confidence levels.Yusrah’s mom
As a student at Aletheia Academy, I wholeheartedly give it a 10/10 rating. The reasons behind this rating are numerous. The teachers here are truly exceptional—amazing, helpful, kind, and incredibly knowledgeable. My experience at this academy has been transformative; I started in set 4, but thanks to the quality of education, I progressed two sets up to set 2. I am genuinely thrilled with my academic advancement.One notable aspect is the small class sizes. With only one teacher and around four to five students per table, the learning environment is intimate and conducive to asking questions. The ratio allows for personalized attention, with 1 hour and 45 minutes of class time, providing ample opportunities to seek clarification and delve into various topics.I must highlight Briany and Aniqa as two of the most remarkable teachers I've ever encountered. Their caring and kind demeanor create an environment where students feel comfortable sharing anything and everything. The sense of safety they provide is invaluable.In my opinion, Aletheia Academy stands out as the best choice for tutoring kids, offering quality education at affordable prices.
Embarking on a transformative educational journey with Aletheia Academy was an unparalleled experience for my two boys during their GCSE preparation. The tireless commitment and fervour exhibited by Aletheia tutors in the online tutoring sessions resulted in nothing short of exceptional GCSE outcomes for both of my sons.The Aletheia tutors' dedication shone through in the detailed lesson reports accessible on the Aletheia website, offering me invaluable insights into my boys' progress after every online session. These reports, coupled with half-termly assessments and their corresponding in-depth reports, not only illuminated the strides my sons were making but also underscored the profound depth of their learning.Aletheia Academy's commitment to holistic education extends beyond virtual classrooms. The wealth of GCSE resources available on the Aletheia website became an enriching extension of the online lessons. From downloadable reading books and audio materials to captivating English Literature plays in video format, Aletheia ensured that my boys' learning journey was not confined to the digital realm.The meticulous organisation of Aletheia Academy was evident in the vast array of resources at my boys' fingertips: revision guides, topic videos meticulously arranged by Exam Board order, and countless other printable materials in subject order. The comprehensive support provided allowed my boys to immerse themselves in a well-rounded educational experience, fostering both academic excellence and a genuine passion for learning.In reflecting on the overall experience, it's evident that Aletheia Academy is more than an educational institution—it's a beacon of organisation, dedication, and passion.The fortune of those tutored onsite is undoubtedly enviable. Without hesitation, I wholeheartedly recommend Aletheia Academy to any parent seeking an informed choice to elevate their child's future.Trust in the transformative power of Aletheia Academy and watch your child's potential soar to new heights.
I have two daughters who has gone to Alethia Academy Birmingham in two different years and they have both done the 11+ test and has past. The first one is in year 8 at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for girls and the second one is just waiting for confirmation to be admitted to the same school on 1st March.
Beat academic centre that I’ve been to, I’ve been with Aletheia tuition centre for 5 years now, and thanks to them I’m doing A levels right now and I’m still attending lessons with them. Absolutely great, tutors are very friendly and will help you with anything you need. I used to get 3s and 4s in my GCSEs but thanks to them I’ve been able to excel and achieve the desired grades that I wanted and get into the courses I want.👊🏼👊🏼
This educational setting proved to be immensely beneficial for my child, motivating and inspiring him to intensify his studies significantly. With a balanced workload, including reasonable homework assignments, Aletheia not only met but exceeded my expectations. Initially anticipating a score of 209 for his 11 plus assessment, my child, post-Aletheia, achieved an impressive score of 227.
We used this academy for over a year and glad we did. My child achieved a priority score for the grammar school we wanted. What we liked was the recourses offered; online and lots of exam papers to familiarise child with exam format. Thank you Sohail and team
An amazing tuition centre with personalized learning, dedicated online system, excellent teachers.Feedback is second to none. Brilliant results and great management.Alethia Academy take pride in their ethos in supporting progress and outcomes. They update their resources to support national changes in Primary to College education.Excellent communication with clear induction and follow ups. Easy to read reports.A safe place. Clear pride in health and safety and safeguarding.Well led and most importantly children engage in the classes.Well done for standing out as a tuition centre!
I have had my 3 children tutored from Aletheia Academy. They have a professional and effective system of academic support in place for all children . I would highly recommend this to others for 11 plus and GCSE preparations or whether your child needs extra support with their school work.
My son has developed a love for English as he has enjoyed his English lessons with his tutor. She's been very patient with him, ensures she engages him and also makes sure he has understood the learning outcome for that particular day. Now he looks forward to his English lessons but only online but in school as well. Thank you.
I am extremely pleased with the progress my child has made since attending Aletheia tuition academy. The teachers are dedicated and knowledgeable, and the personalized approach to learning has really made a difference. Thank you for providing such a supportive and enriching environment for my child's education.
I have been to this tuition for more than 5 years. Throughout my time there, I have had a huge support from all my tutors, who have helped me excel. I highly recommend this tuition for anyone and everyone. Thank you to the Aletheia Academy Manager and tutors for all your help.
My daughter has attended this Academy for two weeks crash course for her 11+ exam preparation and it was a great help and she passed the Grammar test with high marks and got admission at Camp Hill Grammar School. My son who is already at Grammar school has started his tuition classes at Aletheia Academy from Sep this year. I am very much satisfied with his progress reports. The teachers are friendly and they provide regular feedback on my son’s performance. I am happy with my child’s progress and would strongly recommend this academy for tuition and learning support.
My daughter has been attending for 2 months now for year 6 English and Maths. She is being guided through the curriculum and is able to work at her own pace. She is helped with anything she struggles with during her session and also with her homework. The team have also been very quick and helpful in answering any questions and also rearranging any missed sessions.
With a busy schedule the tuition centre helped me in every way to keep up with my studies with the high quality teachers and lessons. Each lesson gave homework giving me the opportunity to look back on them in my own time and more than helped me to get the grade I wanted and more!Would highly recommend to anyone looking for good grades
Question: What is the difference between the present perfect and the simple past?
Answer: Use the simple past when the action started in the past, finished in the past, and is not continuing now. Use the present perfect when the action started in the past and is continuing now.
The simple past tells us that an action happened at a certain time in the past, and is not continuing anymore. It doesn't tell us anything about when an action happened, so more information needs to be given with this verb form, such as when the action took place.
The present perfect tells us that an action started in the past and it is still happening now, or it is something that happens regularly. We may need more information to tell us how long it has been going on. It may also tell us that the time period it started in is still going on.
The following example sentences show the different meanings when using the two verb tenses.
Akbar ate lunch early. (Simple Past: Eating lunch has started and ended in the past. Someone might say this when the time for eating lunch has also ended. Lunch happened early, and it is over now.) Akbar has eaten lunch. (Present Perfect: Akbar started and finished eating lunch in the past, but lunch time is still going on. Someone might say this when others are preparing to eat lunch, and they want to know whether Akbar will join them.) ... See MoreSee Less
We love to give our students access to as many books as they could possibly wish for therefore, we have hundreds of downloadable reading books on our website which our students can read at home.
If your child reads any of our books or stories from home, they can write us a review and we can put it up on our working wall. Briony is always happy to talk about books! She loves them! ... See MoreSee Less
Our 11+ intensive students are getting used to the Audio today. They're working on the second assessment of 18 they will complete this month. It will prepare them for their real exam in September. ... See MoreSee Less
We are back today and beginning our 11+ intensive sessions. Our Y5 students have been working hard this year and we will do out final practice over the next 4 weeks to prepare them for the exam in September.
Normal sessions are running throughout the week in our altered timings. ... See MoreSee Less
This is the best way to keep updated with any timetable changes and closures for the academic year. If you are planning to take your child away over the summer while we're still open, please contact us so that we can make arrangements for their return.
Aletheia is variously translated as “unconcealedness”, “disclosure”, “revealing”, or “unclosedness”. The literal meaning of the word ἀ–λήθεια is “the state of not being hidden; the state of being evident.” It also means factuality or reality. It is the antonym of lethe, which literally means “oblivion”, “forgetfulness”, or “concealment” according to Pindar’s First Olympian Ode.