1. Who can I contact about accessibility issues I encountered on this site?
Siloye is committed to making its website accessible to all learners. If you’re experiencing accessibility issues, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. How does Siloye work?
Siloye goes beyond tutoring. Instead, children actively develop critical thinking skills while progressing independently through a carefully crafted, Siloye curriculum. The Siloye programs cover everything that is part of the syllabus. The assessments enable children to evaluate themselves. Siloye programs allow students to progress one small step at a time through daily practice. Siloye helps its learners to:
- Foster a love of learning
- Progress at their own place and pace
- Develop good study habits and self-learning ability
3. What’s the right age for Siloye?
There is no “right” age – Siloye can help your child advance in school – regardless of age and learning abilities. No one stops a parent to opt for a course as well.
4. How can Siloye help me as a parent?
Siloye gives you the opportunity to see your child’s progress. The explanation and assessments teach concepts in a logical way, so you’ll instantly know if your child is struggling with lessons – or advancing ahead of grade level. You’re armed with insights and information that will help you how your child is progressing, and as well as predict his or her end of year exam results at school.
5. I feel my child is falling behind in school. Can Siloye help?
Yes. If you’re concerned your child isn’t keeping up in class, Siloye encourages you to consider enrolment as soon as possible. Once you buy your yearly course, the step-by-step method of Siloye will help your child build a solid grasp of the subject, and grow more confident and motivated while mastering each concept and lesson.
6. My child is already getting good grades, so why would I consider Siloye enrolment?
Siloye’s individualised instruction is meant to help your child advance and succeed. In fact, many Siloye students are studying above grade level. Advanced students are introduced to new concepts earlier than at school and can experience the advantage of learning new material ahead of their peers.
7. Will my child get bored in school after advancing with Siloye?
Siloye parents and students report the opposite: students with a firm grasp of the fundamentals in various subjects and they become much more engaged and self-confident in school. Doing homework each night also becomes less daunting and time-consuming – a plus for both students and parents. And with Siloye, you have more information on learning advancement, so you can make sure any curriculum includes classes that are appropriately challenging.
8. Will Siloye duplicate my child’s school curriculum?
Siloye is built to enhance what students learn in school, not replace it. Siloye’s unique curriculum begins at the early secondary school-level and progresses through high school-level material. It is designed so that any student can move as quickly as possible through the materials while building independence and self-learning skills.
9. Why would I keep my child in Siloye year after year?
The real value of Siloye instruction – and what sets us apart from other learning programs and tutors – is the impact Siloye’s progressive method will make on your child’s success throughout the school years, and beyond. With individualised instruction, Siloye students develop confidence and independence – key traits for success at any age.
10. What are some tips for helping my child do Siloye at home?
The most important step you can take is to help your child establish a routine by scheduling daily “Siloye time.” To encourage your child, you’ll want to celebrate and praise victories and progress, large or small. Younger children may need some extra guidance from you in completing worksheets. It’s also very important to maintain regular communication with your instructor about homework, motivation, curriculum, or any other major activity in your child’s life. The instructor is there for you as well as your child, and wants what you want: to help your child succeed.