Your Tutor

Your Tutor – an on-line tutoring service available for students in Year 4-12

(Provided by Casey Cardinia Library Corporation)

Need some help with homework after school? Have a computer with internet access?  We can help.

Your local library provides you with FREE access to Your Tutor,  a service which provides one-on-one online help for a range of subjects.

The service is available for students from Years 4 to 12 and is available from 4pm – 8pm weeknights during school terms.

Subjects covered:

  • English skills and concepts
  • Essay and report feedback, including history and humanities writing
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Assignment and project research
  • Study skills
  • Economics
  • Business Studies
  • Commerce

All tutors are qualified educators and police checked.

To access Your Tutor, grab your Casey-Cardinia Library Corporation Library Card and go to click on the link  https://yourtutor.com.au/connect/clients/12/authenticate

If you are not a library member, drop into your local library with a parent or guardian and join.  Its free!

Your library card also gives you access to a range of online sites that will help you learn a new language, read newspapers, download free music and much more. Check out the Info Page.

Ebony’s Story – Wood Work

Last year, I studied all three of the technology subjects offered at the Year 9 level – wood, metal and glass and found I enjoyed Wood Work the most. I love using my hands to create things that I can use at home and things I am able to be proud of, such as the drawers and shelving unit I made during the class. Choosing to participate in Wood Work has helped me gain skills with power tools, screwdrivers and saws – things I might not have used otherwise. Also, in a class with half males and half females, it’s nice to see the perception of technology subjects changing where it’s now acceptable for women to be doing the male-perceived classes. I enjoyed Wood Work so much that I hope to continue doing technology subjects in the future.

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