Hi Guys, I'm just having a rant more than needing advice! I'm currently tutoring a young boy who is in Year 5 for his 11+ English exams. I had previously tutored his sister who successfully got selected for all four schools of their parents choice, with them settling for one of the top schools in South London. It was hard tutoring the daughter; not because of any real issues with her, but because the mother was demanding (asking me to constantly change my lesson plans at the drop of a hat/and changing the priorities of what 'she felt' her daughter needed to be tutoring on. She often sat behind us on the sofa and would often interject in the lesson if she felt I wasn't doing things the way she wanted. (she still sits behind on the sofa and I often have to tell her son, not to keep looking back at her if he gets things wrong, the poor kid looks so stressed at the need to get things right all the time because of her). I would constantly have to tell her (in the nicest possible way to butt out!!). Now she's started to ramp up the 'useful advice' with me tutoring her son. I'm furious!! She proceeded today to tell me how to do my job and was constantly telling her son to sit up properly when he dared to slouch during the lesson. I have in no uncertain terms again told her to let me do what I do well (and have also reiterated that, I have successfully tutored her daughter, so just leave me to get on with it). I don't know why, but today she was at it again! After the lesson I have told her this needs to stop otherwise I will have to stop tutoring him. There you go, rant over! Has anyone else experienced this before?