Language Tutors

Find Private Language tutors in your area.

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Discover Secondary School tutors online in New Zealand

Juggle Street has over 7,000 registered Tutors

Our tuition teachers are ready to help your child build their confidence, whether they are falling behind and struggling to understand what’s being taught in school or if they are looking to excel and get ahead of their peers, we have private tutors for every level.

Our Secondary School tutors can assist your child prepare for exams as well as assist with developing study plans and prioritising subjects.

Getting started is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. create an account
1. create an account

Search and connect with Language Tutors via the Juggle Street dashboard.

2. Post a job
2. Post a job

Let tutors know what you’re looking for and how much you’re willing to pay.

3. Select the tutor
3. Select the tutor

Interview Tutors that apply and select the right person for your family.

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What you need to know about Juggle Street Tutoring

What is Juggle Street?

Juggle Street is a neighbourhood network providing busy families access to trusted, local helpers including babysitters, nannies, au pairs and home tutors. When parents and helpers have competed their profiles, they can connect, chat online and meet face-to-face if they wish. Juggle Street Pty Ltd is a wholly owned Australian company based in Sydney.

Pricing & Payments

There are no pre-determined prices, or fixed hourly rates for jobs on Juggle Street. Parents set the price they are willing to pay for each job, and post it to one or many of their local helpers. The helpers decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline. Helpers get paid cash or via bank transfer by the family at the end of each job. Juggle Street is free to join and use for helpers, parents pay per job post or subscribe.

Safety & Security

At Juggle Street, trust and security are paramount. That’s why everyone who joins (parents and helpers) need to complete mobile phone verification before their profile is activated. A family’s exact home address is only shared with the helper who is awarded the job. Working with Children Checks are mandatory since May 2019.

Getting started is Easy!

Parents Set The Price

Parents set the price they are happy to pay for each tutoring job

Tutoring hourly rates posted and accepted average between $20-$60/hr

Tutors decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline

Families pay tutors at the end of each job in cash or via bank transfer

Helpers Keep All the Money

Keep all the money! Juggle Street does NOT take a percentage

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Why Juggle Street tutors?

Juggle Street is one of Australia’s largest networks of in-home tutors and is the perfect way to find immediate help for your child with their school work. You can search and find private tutors in your neighbourhood who can provide in-home tutoring sessions at your preferred time.

All of Juggle Street’s tutors are categorized by their level of experience, from Newbie Homework Helpers, recent Year 12 graduates (great for prepping high school students approaching exams) as well as high school teachers and professional tutors who are experienced at coaching children to excel in the classroom.

Juggle Street is an on-demand job platform, which means you can book immediate help for your child in a few easy steps. All of Juggle Street’s tutors have detailed profiles outlining their skills and experience, qualifications, ATAR results and Working With Children Check.

Finding the right tutor

  • Numerous studies have shown that learning a second language as a child will enhance their overall mental development. Bilingual children learn faster and easier.
  • Learning a second language will help a child build their self-confidence and can and stimulates thought processes, reasoning skills and early reading. It is also a wonderful way to learn about other cultures and diversity.
  • Bilingual children are reported to have a larger density of grey matter in their brain. This is responsible for speech, memory, sensory perception and the processing of information.
  • Learning a new language helps stimulate a child’s curiosity and make him or her more receptive to learning in other areas.
  • Children who learn a second language tend to display more empathy toward other and are receptive to other cultures and experiences.

when to start learning a second language

The earlier the better! Studies have shown that children who learn a second language are more likely to have a more native pronunciation. Learning a second language at an early age is much easier than trying to learn later, because the language centre of the brain is still developing.

French Tutors
French Tutors

Juggle Street’s private French tutors are ready to help your child with French lessons.

French is not only the official language of France and francophone countries, but also an administrative and widely spoken language in many countries around the world. French is, by tradition, the language of diplomacy. It is an official language of a large number of international organisations including the United Nations, the European Union, the Olympic Games and many other bodies. Australia has always had strong connections with France. In the twenty-first century, a strong relationship continues to exist through trade and investment, communication technologies, education, scientific and technological research and cultural exchange. The ability to communicate in French provides incentives for travel and for more meaningful interactions with speakers of French, encouraging sociocultural understanding between Australia and francophone countries and cohesion within the Australian community. It also offer opportunities for students to gain insights into the contributions that have been made by French-speaking communities to Australian society and to the global community.

Italian tutors
Italian tutors

Juggle Street’s private Italian tutors are ready to help your child with Italian lessons.

Italian is the official language of Italy, the Vatican City, San Marino and parts of Switzerland. It is also the official language of the European Union and a major community language in countries such as Australia, Luxembourg, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina and also in parts of Africa. Italy plays a significant role in global economic and cultural developments. The study of Italian language and culture enables learners to gain access to Italy’s rich cultural, historic, artistic and literary contributions to the global community and offer insights into the development of Western civilisations.

Australia has strong cultural, political and trade connections with Italy, including economic and commercial cooperation and an expanding relationship in science and technology. The Italian community is well established in Australia and continues to make major contributions to contemporary Australia society in the areas of culture, including food and dining, agriculture, arts, architecture, business, education, fashion, industry and trade. Italian migration to Australia has continued into the 21st century with young educated Italian migrants seeking new lifestyle and career opportunities in Australia.

Spanish tutors
Spanish tutors

Juggle Street’s private Spanish tutors are ready to help your child with Spanish lessons.

Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, with approximately 500 million speakers. It is the official language of more than 20 countries and one of the official languages of the United Nations and the European Union. Australia has a significant number of Spanish-speaking communities which contribute to the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Australia. Migration to Australia from Spanish-speaking countries such as Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Ecuador continues in the 21st century and is influenced by interest in tertiary education and employment opportunities presented by trade agreements in sectors such as mining, agriculture, defence, technology and education.

The fact that Spanish is spoken across different continents offers students a broad and rich range of cultural experiences. The Spanish language is widely spoken in Australia, and opportunities exist to hear and use the language in real-life situations. For students with a Spanish-speaking background, the study of Spanish consolidates and reinforces their engagement with Spanish-speaking communities.

German tutors
German tutors

Juggle Street’s private German tutors are ready to help your child with German lessons.

German is the official language of Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein and a co-official language of Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and South Tyrol in Italy. It is also used in many other European countries and throughout the world. German-speaking communities have played an important role in the developments of multicultural Australia, specifically in exploration, industry, science and the arts. German-speaking countries and communities have an important economic presence in Australia and are included among our major trading partners.

German has a direct relationship with English, having evolved from the same family of European languages which helps to make learning German an achievable and enjoyable experience. German-speaking communities continue to have a global influence in fields such as architecture, the arts, engineering, philosophy, recreation and scientific innovations. The ability to communicate in German provides incentives for travel and more meaningful interactions with speakers of German, encouraging sociocultural understanding between Australia and German-speaking communities.

Chinese tutors
Chinese tutors

Juggle Street’s private Chinese tutors are ready to help your child with Chinese lessons.

Modern standard Chinese (also known as Mandarin/Hanyu/Putonghua/Huayu/Zhongwan) is the official language of the People’s Republic of China and the language of communication approximately one-quarter of the world’s population. It is the major language of communication in Taiwan and Singapore and is widely used by Chinese communities throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia. It is also one of the official languages of the United Nations. Chinese is recognised as one of the fastest-growing languages in Australia and has one of the largest groups of non-English background speakers in Australia.

Chinese is an important language for young learners in Australia, as Australia progresses towards a future of increased trade, investment, educational exchange, research and development in science and technology and engagement with Asia.

Japanese tutors
Japanese tutors

Juggle Street’s private Japanese tutors are ready to help your child with Japanese lessons

The study of Japanese provides access to the language and culture of one of the global community’s most technologically advanced societies and economies. Students engage with elements of modern Japan, including popular culture such as anime, manga, music and fashion, as well as with the rich cultural tradition of this part of Asia. Students develop an appreciation for the place of Australia within the Asia region, including the interconnections of languages and cultures, peoples and communities, histories and economics.

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