I've taken the time out of a busy schedule to write this review because the service from TutorFair and more importantly the analysis from Staphanie was exceptional. Parents can naturally sense when their child is developing at a slower or at the other extreme faster pace than ‘normal’. From our own perspective, we were against an education system with an arbitrary cut of point, based solely on the date of birth of a child rather than their ability and stage of development. It is extraordinary that a bright child can have to wait a whole year to enter school because they were born a week later than their peers. This is obviously not going to help stimulate that child reach to their potential and puts immense pressure on their parents. No one asks whether that slightly younger child is more advanced physically, emotionally, and intellectually. And the information you need in such situations is difficult to find. No one takes your concern seriously; they just think you’re lucky to have a capable child, that’s it. But a bright child can pose difficulties for parents, if kept out of school on account of chronological age artificially. Parents find themselves at frantically trying to provide the resources and information that only a school would have, to ‘feed’ the Childs ‘hunger’ for knowledge. It is extremely difficult for parents to communicate this or prove it to others who are gatekeepers to the education system and support network. This is where the invaluable expertise and help from an educational psychologist comes in. I instantly liked Stephanie’s profile, background and CV. I had an instinctive feeling that our boy would warm to her, which was important for the tests, and I was right. They were ‘friends’ very quickly and she had him carrying out the cognitive tasks in no time. She was punctual, warm, organised, and methodical, did not miss a thing, kept detailed precise notes, and was very astute and professional. She wasted no time in going from one assessment to another, extremely talented, making the assessments seem a ‘fun activity’ whilst she analysed every aspect of our child’s behaviour and response. She asked all the right questions, got to know us and our child really well, watched and listened intently. She was able to immerse herself in the task at hand, concentrated for long periods, and arrived at the correct conclusion. She has immense analytical abilities. She only paused once all her assessment s were complete and she was very satisfied that she had seen, heard, and completed all the tests she needed, to help her correctly diagnose our child’s development. Stephanie worked exceptionally hard to get all the tests completed and her report submitted in a timely manner. The report was amazing to read, detailed careful analysis, giving real insight into our son. We believed in our son, we thought we knew him but Stephanie showed us that he was capable of far more than we thought. By the end of the tests our boy was ‘best friends ‘with Stephanie. He asks about her all the time, she made a great impression on all of us. If you are wondering whether to put your child through all the assessments, then let me assure you that as daunting as they may seem for parents, the kids actually seem to enjoy them. And if you want my advice than put your faith and trust in Stephanie, she is great at her job, and more importantly will put your mind at ease one way or another. The report is so useful in many ways, you learn so much about your child. I would go as far as recommending that you get one at certain key stages in a child’s life, to make sure they are happy and that they reach their full potential. Hire Stephanie with confidence, she can really help you better understand your child; can help ‘open doors’, to get your child the attention and support they may need.