Home and Online ADHD Tuition in Buckinghamshire

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Split or share your costs

Invite your partner, grandparents or other family members to contiribute to the tuition costs ... or pair up with other families to create a small tuition group, automatically sharing the costs across your group. We provide a secure and easy set-up for you to invite others to your payment account. Find out more


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We're almost certain you will be happy with your choice of teacher, but if the first lesson is not a success, for whatever reason, you will not be charged for the lesson and we will immediately look to find you an alternative teacher.

A selection of Buckinghamshire ADHD Tutors

Claire W

Mrs Claire W

ADHD Tutoring


Subjects taught:
BA(Ed) Primary Education, Goldsmith’s University of London.
Laura G

Mrs Laura G

ADHD Tutor Near Me


Subjects taught:
BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS, University of Brighton (2007).
Margaret B

Mrs Margaret B

Private ADHD Tutor


Subjects taught:
Diploma in Educational Studies, and a qualification in speech with the Royal College of Music. BEd Primary.
Vanessa W

Mrs Vanessa W

ADHD Tuition Near Me


Subjects taught:
BA (Hons) with QTS, Primary Education, Manchester Metropolitan University (2007).
India P

Miss India P

Home Tuition for ADHD


Subjects taught:
BA (Hons) Primary Education (2022).

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What is ADHD?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition that affects a person's behaviour. A person with ADHD can seem restless, may act on impulse and may have trouble concentrating. The symptoms of ADHD tend to be noticed at an early age, and most cases are diagnosed when children are between 3 to 7 years old. Sometimes ADHD is not recognised when someone is a child, and can be diagnosed later in adulthood. Some symptoms of ADHD can improve with age, but many adults can continue to experience problems.

Symptoms in children and teenagers

Children may have symptoms of both inattentiveness and hyperactivity and impulsiveness, or they may have symptoms of just one of these types of behaviour.

The main signs of inattentiveness (difficulty concentrating and focusing) are: making careless mistakes; having a short attention span and being easily distracted; being unable to stick to tasks that are tedious or time-consuming; appearing forgetful or losing things; appearing to be unable to listen to or carry out instructions; constantly changing activity or task and having difficulty organising tasks.

The main signs of hyperactivity and impulsiveness are: constantly fidgeting; being unable to sit still, especially in calm or quiet surroundings; being unable to concentrate on tasks; excessive talking; excessive physical movement; being unable to wait their turn; interrupting conversations; acting without thinking; having little or no sense of danger.

These symptoms can cause significant problems in a child's life, such as problems with discipline, poor social interaction with other children and adults, and underachievement at school.

Advice for Parents

If you're looking after a child with ADHD, you may find this advice helpful:

  • Plan the day so your child knows what to expect. Setting routines can make a difference to how a child with ADHD copes with everyday life.
  • Set clear boundaries making sure that everyone knows what behaviour is expected, and reinforcing positive behaviour.
  • Give clear instructions, so your child knows what they need to do to create opportunities for praise when they get it right.
  • Set up your own incentive scheme using a points or star chart, so good behaviour can earn a privilege.
  • Intervene early if your child looks like they're becoming frustrated, overstimulated and about to lose self-control.
  • Keep social situations short and sweet. Invite friends to play, but keep playtimes short so your child does not lose self-control.
  • Make sure your child gets lots of physical activity during the day. Walking, skipping and playing sport can help your child wear themselves out and improve their quality of sleep.
  • Keep an eye on what your child eats. If your child is hyperactive after eating certain foods, which may contain additives or caffeine, keep a diary of these.
  • Stick to a clear bedtime routine. Make sure your child goes to bed at the same time each night and gets up at the same time in the morning.
  • Children with ADHD often have problems with their behaviour at school, and the condition can negatively affect a child's academic progress. Speak to your child's teachers or their school's Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) about any extra support your child may need.

Tuition with a qualified ADHD teacher at your home in Buckinghamshire costs from £46.00 ph. Online tuition with a qualified ADHD teacher costs from £40.00 ph. Create your own small tuition group and ADHD tuition costs from £17.50 ph.

Because we only ever work with qualified and experienced ADHD teachers in Buckinghamshire, you will always get a highly experienced teacher who is safe, reliable and up to speed with the current curriculum and exam requirements. There is no excellent learning without excellent teaching, and our ADHD teachers are expected to teach in a way that inspires and motivates. We have over 20,000 talented teachers providing tuition, chosen for their broad range of experience, professionalism, academic specialisms, passion, and dedication to their students. We only ever offer qualified teachers as tutors, as we believe professional teachers provide the highest quality of tuition.

Home Tuition: Involves an ADHD tutor coming to your home in Buckinghamshire to provide one-on-one instruction. This offers convenience as you don't need to travel. Online Tuition: This can take place anywhere with an internet connection. Small Group Tuition: Typically with between 2 to 4 children, and often occurs in a physical location such as your home, though it can also be online.

Individual Attention
Home Tuition: Offers the highest level of individual attention, as the ADHD tutor focuses solely on one student. Online Tuition: Still allows for one-to-one attention, but it may be slightly less personal than home tuition due to potential distractions. Small Group Tuition: Offers less individual attention as the ADHD tutor must divide their time and attention among multiple students.

Home Tuition: This tends to be more expensive because it involves one-on-one teaching, and the ADHD tutor is required to travel to your home, in Buckinghamshire. Online Tuition: Often more affordable than home tuition as your ADHD tutor does not need to travel but may still cost more than small group tuition. Small Group Tuition: Generally, this is the most cost-effective option, as the costs are shared among several families.

Home Tuition: Offers flexibility in terms of scheduling and curriculum, as your ADHD tutor will only be working with your child. Online Tuition: Provides flexibility in terms of location and may offer a wider selection of ADHD tutors. Small Group Tuition: Lessons will be more difficult to schedule as lesson times will have to fit in with other families.

Home Tuition: Offers in-person interaction, which can be beneficial for students who learn better through face-to-face communication. Online Tuition: Provides interaction through video conferencing tools and chat, which can be engaging but may not suit everyone's learning style. Small Group Tuition: Allows for peer interaction, which can benefit collaborative learning and discussions.

The choice between home, online, or small group ADHD tuition in Buckinghamshire depends on your preferences, budget, and the student's specific educational needs. Each option has advantages and disadvantages, so it's essential to consider these factors when deciding.

How are Aylesbury schools performing?

We connect you to the best teachers who work across several of the best primary and secondary schools in Aylesbury (some detailed below). This means we can reliably provide you with a local and experienced tutor that fits your needs.

Aylesbury primary school performance:

The Aylesbury area has 31 primary schools (one of the top being Stoke Mandeville Combined School with 20% of pupils achieving at a higher standard).

From their latest Oftsed report:
“The focus on improving teaching and learning in reading, writing and mathematics has ensured that many more pupils are now better prepared for the next stage of their education, particularly in the early years and key stage 1.”

The Aylesbury local authority has an average of 66% of students meeting the expected standards in reading, writing, and maths at primary school age (vs England's average of 65%). And has an average of 12% achieving higher standard (vs England's average of 11%).


Aylesbury secondary school performance:

The Aylesbury area has 11 secondary schools (one of the top being Aylesbury High School with 97% of pupils achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSEs).

From their latest Oftsed report:
“Aylesbury High is an outstanding school. The sixth form is outstanding. Practically all students achieve extremely well and proceed to university, many with very high A-level grades. Equally noteworthy is that citizenship and similar subjects have a high profile so that students are very well prepared for their future lives and the social and moral issues they will face.”

The Aylesbury local authority has an average of 60% of students achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSEs (vs England's average of 43%). And has an average of 97% of students either staying in education or entering employment after GCSEs (vs England's average of 94%).

Aylesbury Ofsted ratings:

73% of Aylesbury schools have received at least a 'Good' Ofsted rating, with 5 schools receiving an 'Outstanding' rating in their last evaluation.

Source: Gov.UK Website