Let us help put the learning puzzle together!
Our focus is on helping your child to BREAK AWAY from everything that is holding them back!
We Work With You!
Have questions? Need support? That is what we are here for! We not only work closely with your child, but we work closely with you as well!
Our tutoring is creating with our students in mind. Each learning opportunity is catered to your child's specific needs and requirements. Why? Because we all learn differently!
Our tutors are firm believers in providing your child with one-on-one education, which differs from regular schooling. We ensure our students receive undivided attention.
All of our tutors are qualified teachers. We all come from different walks of life. We all have one thing in common — we love learning and teaching.
Connecting the Puzzle
We are passionate about helping parents put the puzzle pieces together for their child. Tutoring may only be one element need to help your child succeed.
Members of the ATA
Breakaway Tuition is a member of the Australian Tutoring Association. We are qualified tutors. We care about bringing educational assurance and industry standards to our community.
Comfortable Learning Environment
Our centre is comfortable and well equipped for learning. We have 4 private tutoring rooms and a further 3 tutoring booths that we work from. Private and comfortable.
With a bus stop out the front, the Marketplace just down the road and off road parking? Our central location is close to buses and trains too!
Read Our Recent Blogs
- Jan 27, 2021
When you are beginning the tutoring journey, there are so many things that parents are needing to think about and consider.
- Jan 6, 2021
This is a question that I hear parents often ask as their children embark through their schooling journey. As much as I wish this were an easy question to answer, it is completely different for each family and each student situation.
- Mar 2, 2020
At Breakaway Tuition, we value the skills that our students need to develop when it comes to writing. Sometimes, we focus so much on the reading aspect of literacy, that writing falls to the side.