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Established in 2014, the Kumon Hayes, Kent Study Centre offers individualised, worksheet-based maths and English study programmes for children of all abilities. Students, who range in age from pre-schoolers to teenagers, attend from a wide area of Bromley, as well as Croydon and Orpington.
Following a free assessment, the Instructor at the centre, Liz Urie, and her team of fully trained class assistants, look forward to welcoming you to the centre, where your child will begin at an individually set starting point within the programmes.
In class, your child will be closely monitored and we will focus on the skills that will help them thrive at school and beyond. Like other tuition providers, we work with your child to build their academic knowledge. In addition, our unique method of learning is designed to help our students’ concentration, stamina, pace, attention to detail and confidence, giving them the skills to think and work independently.
With three class days on offer, children are encouraged to attend the study centre twice per week, where they will also receive exercises for daily learning at home for the days that they are not in class.
As the number of places at any one time in the class is limited in order for each child to maximise the opportunity for learning, we offer families time slots.
My name is Liz Urie and I am the Instructor at the Kumon Hayes, Kent Study Centre. Prior to becoming an Instructor in 2014, I had been a Statistician in the civil service and charity sector. My previous roles in Girlguiding, the HM Treasury and the Home Office have all required me to have a good level of English as well as maths, as they have all involved writing and editing publications which provide data and statistics.
I love learning and aim to encourage all students at the centre to love studying too. They gain so much from the Kumon programmes, not just an enjoyment of maths and English, but also the ability to study independently. I wish I had learnt that skill as a child – at school I relied entirely on my teachers to impart their knowledge and then found I was expected to learn for myself at university. Having learnt the skill, it stands children in a powerful position for both university and their career.
Being a Kumon Instructor is so important to me by giving children the opportunity to gain life skills, master concepts and increase their confidence in their own abilities is extremely rewarding.
|Monday||Non class day|
|Tuesday||3.15pm - 6pm|
|Wednesday||Non class day|
|Thursday||3.15pm - 6pm|
|Friday||Non class day|
|Saturday||9.30am - 11.30am|
|Sunday||Non class day|
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