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The Kumon Warrington, Great Sankey Study Centre, established in 2004, is suitable for children of all ages and abilities. Currently, the youngest student at the centre is three years old and the oldest is 16.
The unique Kumon Maths and English Programmes pursue the potential of each child by developing confident, independent learners through individualised, advanced study.
Young learners and new students work with an assistant to develop their study skills and concentration, so that they are able to eventually study independently.
Initially each child is given a free assessment, the programme is explained in more detail, any questions are answered and a study plan is made which allows the student to build on their current skills, further their knowledge and excel both inside and outside the classroom.
Children can attend the centre up to twice a week. Class is an ideal environment for me, to observe and support each child, set new work and ensure that they leave the centre smiling and confident with the work they have covered.
Kumon does not provide tuition in the traditional sense; rather than teaching our students we encourage them to learn as individuals, developing independent learning strategies to successfully complete new, unfamiliar work.
Hi, my name is Jane Kerfoot.
I first became aware of Kumon as a parent. My eldest son struggled to understand the basic concept of numbers and he wouldn't let me help him. I'm sure as parents you recognise this situation and you can appreciate exactly how I was feeling. I realised that he needed help, so when I saw a poster advertising Kumon, I decided to find out more about it and then proceeded to enrol him onto the programme. I started to see his understanding of numbers improve as well as his mental calculation. His confidence grew and I was delighted to see my son flourish.
Before becoming an Instructor, I worked in mainstream education teaching maths to secondary school children. Later I moved on to teaching basic skills at the local FE college to adults and school leavers as part of the "skills for life" programme. My role was essentially helping adults who had missed out on these basic skills.
Over the years I have instructed hundreds of students and watched as their maths and English skills and concentration improve. Every class I am surprised by what the children can do once they have been given the necessary skills and how much they grow in confidence when they realise they can do something that they once found difficult.
|Monday||4pm - 7pm|
|Tuesday||4pm - 7pm|
|Wednesday||Non class day|
|Thursday||4pm - 7pm|
|Friday||Non class day|
|Saturday||9.30am - 12.30pm|
|Sunday||Non class day|
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