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How Students Grow From the Personalised Attention They Receive at Our Private School

April 20, 2021

There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to learning. As a parent, you know that each child’s needs and abilities are different. At ENSR, we believe that a student’s learning experience should embrace their differences rather than overlook them. Personalised attention is a critical component of education, achieved through an approach to teaching that adapts to each student’s individual requirements. 

At ENSR, students benefit from smaller class sizes, allowing for individualised attention and a higher level of support from their teachers. In this family-oriented environment, students have an opportunity to grow, both academically and as people. Below, we take a closer look at the benefits of personalised attention and how it contributes to each student’s growth.

At ENSR’s Private School, Students Can Learn at Their Own Pace

When students learn in larger environments, they’re often expected to work at the same pace as their classmates, attempting to achieve similar results despite their diverse and unique needs. With the smaller class sizes offered at ENSR’s day school and private boarding school, students have the opportunity to receive personalised attention from their teachers. Personalised attention is critical for allowing students to learn in a way that works for them. When students receive personalised attention in a classroom setting, they can learn at their own pace. 

Teaching staff at ENSR are committed to a teaching approach that adapts to each student. They will check in with students consistently to gauge their understanding of the material, making adjustments based on their individual needs. When students learn at their own pace, they’re able to grow by gaining confidence in the skills they’re building without comparing themselves to their classmates.

Students Have the Opportunity to Interact with Teachers on an Individual Level

In traditional educational environments, students may find it difficult to interact with their teachers on a personal level. Larger class sizes often prevent students from getting valuable one-on-one time with teachers, as they must compete with classmates for their attention. When a personalised learning approach is applied in smaller classes, students have an opportunity to voice their questions and concerns to their teachers. 

When interacting with students and providing personalised support and attention, teachers have the opportunity to build a relationship with the students they work with, gaining a better sense of their strengths and weaknesses or individual learning styles. This level of interaction promotes growth by validating students’ needs and struggles, enabling them to feel supported throughout their academic path at ENSR’s private school and beyond. 

Students Develop a Passion for Learning through Personalised Attention

When students receive personalised attention, they’re more likely to not only develop a passion for learning but gain a complete understanding of which subjects interest them. They will be able to explore the areas that appeal to them, free from the restrictions they might face in larger learning environments. For example, suppose a student develops an interest in mathematics. In that case, their teacher will be able to provide them with the level of support they need to realise their full potential in this subject. 

Not only will students in a personalised learning environment grow through the opportunity to explore their educational interests, but they will be inspired by the passion shown by the teachers who help them to succeed. When students receive personalised attention in a classroom setting, they’re able to unlock their love of learning and feel supported throughout their academic journey, equipping them with confidence that they’ll carry with them for a lifetime.

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