The Wright Method

The Goal

My goal is to teach individuals to handle the car in a positive and confident frame of mind in all manner of road and traffic conditions and to have the confidence to pass a driving test. I prefer to do this with 2 hour lessons but this depends on each pupil’s needs.

The Method

I follow a structured method of learning that begins with physical control of the car, using steering, brakes, clutch and gears to move the car smoothly on the road. Then follows the development of awareness and anticipation skills so that the pupil can plan for and deal with traffic junctions and other road users. I then develop the pupil’s clutch control skills so that he or she is able to safely perform both parking and turning exercises within restricted space.

I use a scoring system to record the competency level that the pupil has achieved at each stage of learning. The scores are updated after each lesson and forwarded to the pupil’s email. I provide my pupils access to a driving manual.

The driving syllabus set by the Driving Standards Agency is followed as you work towards becoming test standard. A pupil may request a mock test once a sufficient combination of strong independent car control, sound judgement skills, and road and hazard awareness is achieved. The mock test is carried out in the vicinity of the driving test centre in Cambridge.

Geographic Areas covered

I cover the following Cambridgeshire post code districts; CB1, CB2, CB3, CB4, CB5, CB22, CB23, CB24 and CB25.
This includes the following towns and villages:
Bar Hill, Boxworth, Cambourne, Cambridge, Cherry Hinton, Comberton, Coton, Cottenham, Dry Drayton, Elsworth, Hardwick, Histon, Horningsea, Impington, Longstanton, Madingley, Oakington, Over, Papworth, Shelford, St Ives, Sawston, Swavesey, Waterbeach, Wilburton and Willingham.

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