At Angloslav, we think that each person is the sum of many contradictory and complementary features and it is this unique combination that makes each child we work with a remarkable individual in their own right. Our staff work with positive, can-do attitudes and sincerely believe that young people do not have any ‘poor’ personal qualities but instead unique ones that, with some creative thinking and polish, can be turned into strong positives, which can benefit them and their purpose as they go out into the world. As we assist them in making GCSE choices and setting ideal targets for academic performance, we will prioritise this belief in their individualism to ensure that we are working towards a future that will suit and enliven them, and not simply to a generic standard of success.
The major influences and inspirations in children’s lives are their parents and family members until the ages of 12 or 13. After this point, children are more likely to follow the examples of peers and find role models amongst their friends. Subsequently, if your child engages with others who inspire and challenge them to learn, you will see the benefits of this as they grow into adulthood. However, if their peer group instead leads them astray, this will present you with a different set of challenges to address. With this understanding, Angloslav Education encourages you to get into contact with us so that we can help place your child in the right environment from an early age where they will be supported effectively, as well as encouraged and nurtured to achieve their potential.