Kip Mcgrath: Get ahead, stay ahea

Why not make 2013 your best year ever!

Central Otago Mirror - - FEATURES -

Ex­pe­ri­ence new break­throughs with Kip McGrath’s Tu­tor­ing and Coach­ing. Why start 2013 with ‘We’ll see how it goes?’ Why not start with ‘Get Ahead and Stay Ahead’ in­stead! Don’t wait un­til you’re be­hind be­fore you give us a call – af­ter all it’s no fun play­ing catch-up! The se­cret of get­ting ahead is get­ting started, so call us now to en­rol for Term one and we’ll ar­range a no obli­ga­tion, aca­demic as­sess­ment and con­sul­ta­tion. Term 1 be­gins for us on Mon­day Fe­bru­ary 4 and we are look­ing for­ward to the new School Year! This year Martin is teach­ing Maths and ICT at the High School (Year 9 - 11) and of course Jo con­tin­ues in her Teach­ing role in Lit­er­acy Sup­port at the school. We are adding to over 15 years to­gether teach­ing at the school. We both also re­tain our pas­sion for the dif­fer­ence we make at Kip McGrath. Our in­di­vid­u­alised tuition really does work and ex­pe­ri­enc­ing success at Kip McGrath can change a child’s at­ti­tude to school and to learn­ing – and to life! Well done to our High Achiev­ers! Con­grat­u­la­tions to Tom Gray (year 13), the Dux of Wakatipu High School 2012. This pres­ti­gious award hon­ours the top aca­demic per­former at Wakatipu High School. Tom has been at­tend­ing Kip McGrath this year to en­sure he got top grades in Physics, and last year for Cal­cu­lus. He also re­ceived a Cen­tral Lakes Trust Schol­ar­ship, worth $2000. So if you think Kip McGrath is just for catch up you couldn’t be more wrong! Jo­hann Kis­sick (year 13) was a re­cip­i­ent of a Mar­garet Tem­ple­ton Schol­ar­ship. This ter­tiary study award will help him study Com­puter Sci­ence and French at Can­ter­bury Univer­sity, where we wish him ev­ery success. Om Shetty (year 5) per­formed out­stand­ingly in the Univer­sity of New South Wales’ ICAS pa­pers. He gained High Dis­tinc­tion grades for English, putting him in the top one per cent in New Zealand. He also gained Dis­tinc­tion for Maths, Sci­ence, Spell­ing and Writ­ing, where he was in the top 2 per cent, 4 per cent, 7 per cent and 14 per cent in NZ re­spec­tively. He topped the coun­try in com­puter skills for Year 5 stu­dents sit­ting the ICAS ex­ams, for which he re­ceived a medal at the Univer­sity of Auck­land Busi­ness School. He also re­ceived a Gold medal for Year 5 and 6 stu­dents at the Cen­tral Otago Spell­ing Cham­pi­onship. Out­stand­ing! So re­mem­ber– Kip isn’t just for catch-up. We can help you get ahead and stay ahead too!

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