Successful learning starts with Raviv. One-to-one physical exercises help students struggling with reading, Maths, handwriting, fine and gross motor skills, memory, ADHD, ADD, ASD, confidence and self-esteem.
Empowering students to build the mindset to succeed in education and beyond.
Creating the lifelong skills needed to succeed in a rapidly changing, competitive world.
R did really well in his highers in 5th and 6th year (he got an A1 in his higher biology!!), so well in fact that he was successful in his application to Edinburgh University. He is now half
way through his second year, studying Biomedical Science and just got a 2:1 in his last exam.
I have no doubt, that without Raviv, R wouldn't be where he is today.
Thank you once again Karen
Warmest regards C"
I wonder if you will remember these two young men. We brought them to you about 10 years ago.
Blair now 22 years old has just graduated in Building Surveying with Honours, despite the lockdown he has done very well, as he had to do most of the work at home.
Callum 18 years old now, has just started college to become a chef. He is attending college under the watchful eye of a MasterChef winner.
He is a keen cook so hopefully he will do well.
I believe their time spent with you helped both boys to get this far.
I thought you might like to hear another success story.
The boys Gran
"We were delighted with Lewis' overall development as a result of following the Raviv programme. His reading and writing abilities have improved significantly. Co-ordination much improved, better balance, faster at running. His confidence has been boosted greatly.
PRE - RAVIV
General difficulties with reading meant that Lewis was not keen to read.
"As a child I was classed as a "daydreamer" and "stupid". My teachers at the time didn't know that I had Dyscalculia. I couldn't see numbers at all and numbers appeared to me as Arabic writing. For the duration of Primary School my parents tried numerous ways to help me cope with the maths work that kept being sent home with me.
I would sit for hours making no progress. At the time, no one had heard of Dyscalculia and my parents didn't have a name to put to what hindered my progress through school.