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The Kumon Maths and English Study Programmes enable children of any age and ability to develop key foundations for learning. Our unique study method focuses on enabling children to work independently, giving them confidence in their abilities. They progress through small steps to gradually develop ability and fluency before moving on to the next topic. Kumon study is not based on school curriculum or age, allowing children the flexibility to revisit and build skills where they need to and progress beyond school level where their ability allows. Unlike traditional tuition, Kumon study fosters students’ skill in self-learning, building confidence and lessening reliance on a teacher.
Your child will be assessed to enable their Instructor to set work at just the right level for them. Through daily worksheet study they develop ability and fluency. Your child will visit their local study centre for study sessions up to twice a week, where their Instructor will observe their learning growth and set work accordingly. Kumon’s aim is to develop each child into a confident, independent and enthusiastic learner.
Hello, my name is Robin Farrell and I have been the Instructor at the Kumon Rochdale Study Centre since June 2008.
I became aware of the Kumon programmes when my niece enrolled onto the maths programme. I was immediately amazed at the confidence it gave her and later on the advanced maturity she had gained when approaching her schoolwork. When my eldest daughter was born a few years later, both my wife and I were keen to enrol her on the programme when she was three years old. I was able to really see, first hand, the wider benefits that Kumon study provides for students.
During the time I have been an Instructor I have witnessed a great number of success stories not just by students progressing through Kumon study and achieving higher GCSE/A level results but also seeing children with learning difficulties who have managed to attain higher levels of ability and in shorter time spans than those expected of them.
This led me to realise that all of my students had learned one thing in particular, no matter what level they had achieved; the ability to become an independent learner with good study habits was an achievement.
|Monday||3.30pm - 5.30pm|
|Tuesday||Non class day|
|Wednesday||Non class day|
|Thursday||3.30pm - 5.30pm|
|Friday||Non class day|
|Saturday||9.30am - 11.30am|
|Sunday||Non class day|
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