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Kumon study aims to ensure that every child develops a love for learning. We offer maths and English programmes to help students of any age and ability to progress their skills and build key foundations for learning. Traditional maths and English tuition helps students progress, but Kumon goes one step further by helping each child develop self-learning skills, enabling them to tackle challenging work without reliance on a teacher.
Students complete daily worksheet study developing ability and fluency gradually over time, progressing in small steps and building confidence. They also visit their local study centre up to twice a week for guidance from their Instructor. Your child’s Kumon Instructor will set work at just the right level to challenge and keep them engaged, regardless of age or school year. This means that they can strengthen their key skills or progress beyond school grade level without restriction. Kumon offers a cost-effective and convenient way to help your child build strong English and maths skills for a successful future.
My name is Swati Madkaikar and I have been a Kumon Instructor since August 2010.
My association with Kumon actually dates back to February 2009 when my son Amey was facing severe difficulties coping with the English language. That's when one of our friends suggested we try Kumon. We enrolled Amey at the local Kumon centre and within a few months we had seen him transform from a shy hesitant child to someone who is not only confident but very independent.
Within a few months of Amey joining the centre, I got an opportunity to work as a Kumon classroom assistant. This not only helped me gain vital experience in working with young children but also gave me a valuable insight into how to run a successful Kumon centre. This, coupled with my professional experience meant that becoming a Kumon Instructor was a natural progression from being a long-term Kumon parent, and being able to share the benefits of the programme with others.
It is pure joy when one watches a student develop from someone who dislikes a particular subject to someone who loves the same subject a few months later.
|Monday||Non class day|
|Tuesday||3.45pm - 5.45pm|
|Wednesday||Non class day|
|Thursday||3.45pm - 5.45pm|
|Friday||Non class day|
|Saturday||Non class day|
|Sunday||Non class day|
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